Menu

EMPTY-TOP-MENU

Tag Archives | responsible tourism

Saddling up in the Drakensberg foothills

The city of Durban, normally hot and sunny was wet and windy when I arrived, but not with the wintry drizzle of England. No, it was African rain – warm, [...]

Going green in the heart of the Cape

There’s something marvelously European about quaffing fine wine on a sun-drenched terrace admiring views of towering mountain peaks and distant vineyards. Indeed, if I were to half close my eyes [...]

A look at some of SA’s top responsible lodges

Last week I highlighted the great work being done by Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) in setting the benchmark for sustainable and responsible tourism in South Africa’s safari [...]

Responsible tourism & the safari industry: beware the greenwashers

So, you have saved up your hard earned cash, are ready to book your safari of a lifetime, but want to make sure that the destinations you are visiting are [...]

FREE Safari Tips

Join our FREE Safari Tips newsletter and receive your "5 Essential Ingredients for an Unforgettable African Safari" eBook copy.

Your Free eBook is on the way! Thank you.