Category: Wildlife

New eco-Tourism network to protect Africa’s wildlife

Made up of various stakeholders in the region, WATO welcomes members operating any tourism-related business as well as coordinating initiatives and activities across different countries.

Tourism killed Thailand’s most famous bay. Here’s how it was brought back to life

A story of closure and reopening of the Maya Bay, part of the Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park,which became famous after a DiCaprio movie.

Frozen adventure: the project promoting sustainable Arctic tourism

In recent years Europe's icy Arctic wilderness has become an increasingly popular holiday destination. But is it really possible to manage growing numbers of...

Native Americans are finally at the heart of Yellowstone

America’s first national park inspired a global movement of ‘fortress conservation’, but we know today indigenous peoples are essential stewards of nature.

ABTA launches new sustainability advice to members

ABTA has launched new guidance to help travel agents incorporate sustainability into their business practices. The guidance was developed in response to feedback from members.

Meet Bernanda Morales, a cultural leader keeping Costa Rica’s endangered Bribri culture alive

The Bribri leader explains how, in her village of Yorkin, just upriver from the Caribbean coast, she’s brought back the Bribri language from the brink of extinction, creating a sustainable tourism destination in the process.

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