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 [...]