The days of carefree spontaneous travel are long gone with quarantines and postponements, lockdowns and isolation, dread and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus dominating our plans. However, with a successful vaccination campaign around the world, we
An Impenetrable Dream. Trekking Gorillas In Uganda’s Bwindi Forest National Park.
It was Richard Mullin who said ‘The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa – for he has so much to look forward to.’ An accurate observation as
Holidays are life – and we’re all missing them right now – but getting ready to go away can take some thought. There are always bookings to make, packing to do and budgets to collaborate.
‘I have become acutely aware of the responsibility that I have to do the right thing by my readers and the companies that I work with. In my writing, I, therefore, strive to create a
That old adage ‘the world is your oyster’ has never rung more true. Flights link once remote destinations, luxury trains add opulence and romance to cross-country routes, and indulgent cruises have become as popular and
I was asked by Ruth Cooper of BizCommunity to answer a few questions in their #LockdownLessons series talking about thoughts and predictions on how travel will shift to a more authentic, climate-friendly and sustainable focus
Ecotourism is much more than a buzz word. Global trends show that a significant majority of travellers want to engage more in local conservation and activities that promote sustainability. In Thailand – and around the