The PachaMama Project – Update

The PachaMama Project is launching today! Way back during our South American adventures, we not only discovered the amazing lands and people of this stunning continent, but we also got to know a bit about their arts, culture and traditions. That’s where the idea of our new venture The PachaMama Project started. Pachamama is the … Continue reading

Five Australian Aboriginal Cultural Experiences

Australia’s Indigenous Peoples have a long and rich history in this country. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People are the original and rightful Custodians of the land. Aboriginal Australia is one of the world’s oldest living cultures. The Aboriginal People express their culture through dance, art, music, storytelling and a connection to the land … Continue reading

Australian Ecotourism Recognised By United Nations Sponsored, Global Sustainable Tourism Council

Ecotourism Australia is proud to be one of ten organisations in the world to be recognised by the United Nations Foundation sponsored Global Sustainable Tourism Council. Ecotourism Australia’s Ecotourism and Advanced Ecotourism Certification have been formally recognised along with the Rainforest Alliance’s Standard for Tourism Operators and eight other certification programs around the globe…. via … Continue reading

Hidden Eco-Gems of the New South Wales South Coast

Visiting the best spots in the Shoalhaven Region With its stunning beaches, lush national parks and quaint rural villages, the Shoalhaven region on the South Coast of New South Wales affords all the makings of a perfect Australian coastal holiday. It may be just 3 hours drive south of Sydney, but it feels like a … Continue reading

Walking Trails on Victoria’s Bass Coast

Get back to nature on Victoria’s Bass Coast and enjoy some of the scenic coastal walking trails this region has to offer. Explorer George Bass set off on an epic adventure in 1797 from Sydney Cove to prove that there did indeed exist a strait between New South Wales and Tasmania. What he found on … Continue reading

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