Rural Community Tourism in Peru

Condor Travel has helped implement a community-based rural tourism project in Andean communities. Read more about it here: SustainableTrip.org Blog. Advertisements

Amazon Adventure Part II

We arrived at our host family’s home by taravita (Spanish for rusty and life-threatening cable car) late the next afternoon after walking through sweltering heat and pouring rain from the bus drop off point a few kilometres away. Apparently few volunteers venture out this way, preferring the creature comforts of life in the city. All … Continue reading

Christmas Festivities in the Mountains of Ecuador

Imagine a place folded into the surrounding mountains that plunge into the valley way down below. A place where water flows in such an abundance that every inch of land is tainted green with vegetation, where mountain peaks drift in and out of the cloud forest and where the most deafening sound is that of … Continue reading

In the Land of Glaciers and Blueberries– El Calafate and the Parque Nacional los Glaciares

In the heart of Argentinean Patagonia at the end of Route 40 lies El Calafate at 50º20‘ latitude, the gateway to some of this country’s most amazing natural wonders. El Calafate, meaning blueberry in Spanish, is home to around 25,000 people and nearly 1000 species of birds and unique geographical features including steppes, valleys, mountains, … Continue reading

Uruguay Natural: From Coast to Campo

Uruguay isn’t known for big attractions like its more frequented neighbours. ‘Uruguay Natural’ is the country’s national tourism slogan, highlighting its natural assets. Our mission was to find out why. Our desire to get out of the big city and discover the other side of Uruguay led us to its coast. First stop was a … Continue reading

Five Sustainable Things to do in Paris

Eco and ethical destinations are en mode in travel and not necessarily synonomous with ‘off-the-beaten-track’. ‘Sustainable’ is now more oh-la-la than révolution and gone are the days that the words ‘green’ and ‘ethical’ in France were politically loaded terms in bohemian Paris. With each trip to France I have watched Paris green a little bit … 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

What is Responsible Tourism?

Responsible tourism, is the new buzz word in the tourism industry that is gaining importance with travellers, tour companies and governments alike. You may call it sustainable or ethical tourism, eco-tourism or simply just nature tourism. Call it what you like, on one hand it’s about showing respect for the environment and the people where … 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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