responsible tourism

Cruise

CLIA predicts ocean-going lines will be 100 per cent back at capacity by August

If you’re looking for a fresh perspective on the future of the cruise industry, CLIA has got you sorted with their latest report.

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Destinations

Five ways Thailand is taking responsible tourism seriously

by Sponsored by Tourism Authority of Thailand

As you’ll discover in this enlightening piece, responsible tourism is no joke to Thailand.

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Destinations

Here’s how Scotland is embracing the ‘new normal’

While international travel may be at a standstill, Scottish tourism businesses have kept busy adapting services for their guests and local communities.

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Technology

Klook’s three-pronged approach to (responsibly) meeting modern traveller demands

by Huntley Mitchell

The demands of modern travellers are forcing travel companies to rethink how to meet them in a more responsible and sustainable way. For Klook, that means a three-fold approach.

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Travel Agents

G Adventures becomes first officially ChildSafe travel company

To celebrate, they’ve released a handy set of guidelines to ensure travellers are interacting responsibly with children. Some of the tips will shock even the most well-meaning travellers.

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Wholesalers

“There’s no excuse for orphanage tourism”: World Expeditions

by Daisy Doctor

Companies are finally hitting the brakes on orphanage tourism. Putting an end to it that is, not pulling up at a stop sign.

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Technology

“21% Of People Would Give Up Sex Before Wifi”: Intrepid MD James Thornton

by Hannah Edensor

If you’re willing to give up sex ahead of wifi, you mustn’t be having very good sex we say. But apparently travellers find it essential.

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