Who doesn’t like a good vacation? A great vacation can be a lazy beach holiday relaxing with a cocktail or getting lost hiking in the mountains among spectacular views. Unfortunately, most vacations we enjoy cause nature a lot of stress.
Ensuring economic legacy for the whole country.
With the growing popularity of volunteer travel, some have questioned what motivations lie behind these trips and whether they do more harm than good.
Nazareth in Colombia says travellers don't spend much and show little respect to indigenous people.
Information from BigHospitality.
A company director from Yorkshire and a property developer from Surrey are among the ordinary Britons set to enjoy Sir Richard Branson's astro-tourism, reports Philip Sherwell in New Mexico.
78 per cent of Brits say price is most important factor when booking holidays.
Wildlife-watching holidays often focus on the iconic species such as whales, tigers and polar bears, many of which are often the most threatened. So can wildlife tourism help conserve our endangered species?
Information from Global Footprints.
Each year a large percentage of holidaymakers head to coastlines around the world, where they have an enormous impact on marine ecosystems.
Blog post from the HotelClub Travel Blog.