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.
Tuck into this tasting menu of some of the best culinary experiences we offer across Europe, from cooking classes, walking tours, and wine tastings to sampling traditional Sámi dishes on a frozen lake in Swedish Lapland.
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.
To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we’ve expanded our annual guide awards to encompass the whole globe. Meet the people who can help you delve deeper, whether you want to learn about Turkish archaeology, Greek cooking, Hawaiian volcanoes, or Zambia’s birdlife.
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.
With travel starting to open up again, our specialists couldn’t wait to get out exploring once again. Here, they share their experiences on what it’s like to travel now in five different destinations: Hawaii, Kenya, Portugal, the US Southwest, and the Maldives.
Tom from our Australia team — and a fervent fan of Western Australia — recommends wildlife experiences to include in your trip to this biodiverse state. Whale sharks hold the front page, but you’ll find many other natural spectacles here.
Zanzibar and Mauritius are both popular options for those who want time on the beach to unwind after a safari. But there’s more to these destinations than just sun and sand. Discover which one is best for you.