Potosí an Ethical Minefield of Tourism Development

Our trip to Potosí was more one of personal curiosity than of tourism interest in this mining town. Despite the fact that during our stay, Potosí was fraught with moral and political circumstances, we wanted to see what role mining still plays in this purpose-built town, and how today it impacts the community and the … Continue reading

Heading South to Hippy El Bolson

My visions of El Bolson were much like Villa Angostura, that is, a small chocolate-box of a town, charming in its own right that provides a good base for exploring the surrounding region. Having read good things about the areas surrounding El Bolson, it was in our travel plans since before leaving Australia. We had … Continue reading

Organic Farming in the Desert of San Juan – Part I

They say the second time’s a charm, and it rings true for our Argentinean farming experience. From our first experience at the farm in Tunuyán, we were almost ready to pack up, head south and then leave Argentina, a month before planned. Then we met two French girls in Mendoza who had told us about … Continue reading

Sustainable Tourism CRC – Carbon Calculator

Four easy steps to calculating your travel-related carbon emissions via Sustainable Tourism CRC – Carbon Calculator.

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

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

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