Reducing plastic and carbon offsetting flights are just two ways to travel more sustainably, but what else can we do? Our specialists have put together a practical guide suggesting things you can do to keep your travel footprint to a minimum, based on their own experiences.
The communities we work with are a vital part of everything we do, so we gravitate toward experiences that give back whenever we travel. Here, we highlight seven great ways for you to explore that also support the communities you visit.
Track chimps with researchers on a remote Tanzanian island, join rangers on patrol in the depths of the Cambodian jungle or simply relax amid the hum of the Costa Rican jungle. We pick five stays where trailblazing conservation efforts give you the best wildlife experiences.
Fragrant cuisine, glittering palaces and wild, tropical landscapes make Thailand a popular country to visit. Thailand specialist Ian has designed a journey through the country that lets you enjoy the best experiences and sights, with a focus on quieter areas and private experiences.
We share eight of the best experiences for exploring, tasting and making food and drink around the world, from creating fresh pasta with an Italian grandmother to visiting an exclusive gastronomic society in the Basque Country.
Create travel-inspired dishes in your own kitchen, see South Africa’s lion and wild dog on a ‘sofa safari’ and explore the world’s largest cave by drone. We highlight ways to keep the excitement of travel alive from the comfort of your home.
Myanmar specialist Sophie is also one of our dedicated responsible travel experts. As part of her role, she set out to explore the country, looking for authentic, community-led experiences. This led her to animist hunting shrines, fishing lessons and a village-wide game of hide and seek.
Decades after her first trip to Borneo, Julie Ferne and her husband Tone were inspired to return with Audley after watching a TV series. There they watched orangutans, met macaques and cruised the river waters alongside crocodiles.
What makes Thailand such an alluring destination? Our Thailand travel specialists handpick five ways to experience Thailand — from exploring the backstreets of Bangkok to practising traditional batik painting in the quiet Phang Nga Bay, of Koh Yao Noi island.
From visiting Myanmar’s community of retired elephants, to a small guesthouse in Northern Thailand, our experiences are hand-picked by our specialists — who have worked with our in-country partners to ensure they have a lasting positive impact on the local community.