Sustainable travel doesn’t just start when you arrive at your destination – it starts the moment you open your suitcase. Here’s how to pack in a more eco-conscious way.
Community-based tourism is a form of responsible travel that is gaining in popularity across the world. It denotes a type of excursion that is created with local communities, often in…
Co-founder of Experience Travel Group, Tom Armstrong, discovered the hidden riches of Malaysia. On an in-depth research trip, he found some fantastic experiences you could include in your holiday, the Suka Suka Homestay is but one example. Here he reviews his time with Aziz and family, the hosts – I hope you’ll feel inspired.
Ait, one of our in country partners in Laos shares his latest experience for nature lovers. Involving some moderate level treks and spending night in the trees in your very own hanging spherical basket, it’s an unusual experience of a lifetime.
Organising our first ever collection of small group holidays to Sri Lanka, meet Zoe Experience Travel Group’s travel specialist extraordinaire and learn about her new exciting holiday to the northern region of this beguiling island.
Philippa Kaye, our ‘on the ground’ travel expert in Delhi, says everyone travelling to India should stay in a homestay. I was surprised because for me ‘homestays’ conjure images of quaint local houses, with pretty basic conditions, in remote rural locations – they certainly weren’t for everyone. I went to investigate myself to resolve the great Indian homestay conundrum.
One of Experience Travel’s favourite hotels in Siem Reap, Shinta Mani, is leading a push to complete 1,500 wells for local communities as soon as possible. The Shinta Mani Foundation,…