The World’s Most Trafficked Animal!

The World’s Most Trafficked Animal!

By Harriet Nimmo   All my life, it had been my dream to see a pangolin. This gentle, bumbling creature is one of South Africa’s least-known species. Having been on safari numerous times – and then relocating to live on the edge of Kruger Park in South Africa – I...
Volunteer Tourism in India

Volunteer Tourism in India

by Stuart Butler   India. Perhaps nowhere else on Earth is quite as addictive. Everything in India is brighter, louder, more intense, more colourful, more confusing, more inspiring and simply more diverse than anywhere you’ve ever been before. But for all this India...
African Parks – Conservation Trailblazer

African Parks – Conservation Trailblazer

by James Bainbridge   While the world’s eyes have turned in horror to the fires decimating the Amazon, with comparisons of the natural disaster to our lungs burning, there is some good news in the planet’s second largest tropical rainforest and other major lung. The...
A Traveller Tackling Gender Discrimination

A Traveller Tackling Gender Discrimination

The author and Aboo in Timorese traditional dress – as requested by the family   by Dr Kate Neely (Director of International Programs, RoundTrip Foundation) For info on empowering women through community development see Kate’s first article in this series about women...
Ethical Travel and Empowering Women

Ethical Travel and Empowering Women

“I met Afonsia in Zambia while she was weaving this scarf, and now it keeps me warm in Melbourne’s cold climate.”   by Dr Kate Neely (Director of International Programs, RoundTrip Foundation) For info on empowering women through community development, and...
The Responsible Wildlife Traveller

The Responsible Wildlife Traveller

by Alan Murphy   No matter what corner of the globe we are in, many of us interact with animals as part of an overseas trip. And in some African countries (notably in East and Southern Africa) wildlife has become the reason for travelling to those destinations. The...
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