The winners of the international tourism prize presented each year at ITB Berlin share their tips on how to communicate sustainability to guests.
The winners of the international tourism prize presented each year at ITB Berlin share their tips for making responsible tourism work.
We need a more gender-balanced industry if we want to reduce poverty, promote sustainable human development, improve the sector’s ethics and protect the environment.
Klaus Fielsch from Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel, NatGeo World Legacy Awards finalist in Earth Changers, speaks about building their own agriculture farm that helps reduce food imports and waste.
We spoke with the Owners of Chaa Creek, Nat Geo World Legacy Award winner in Engaging Communities, about building effective sustainable tourism models.
Cayuga Collection won NatGeo World Legacy Awards in the Earth Changers category. Hans Pfister talks about their approach towards sustainable luxury tourism.
Touch Morn from Chambok Community Based Eco-Tourism, finalist of NatGeo World Legacy Awards in Engaging Communities, speaks about their profit-sharing business model.
City of Santa Fe was the winner in the Sense of Place category of the 2017 National Geographic World Legacy Awards hosted at ITB Berlin. We speak with its Executive Director.
Des Langkilde, editor at TourismTattler.com interviews Vernon Wait, Marketing Director at Lalibela Private Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa to find out how a Big-5 game reserve implements sustainable tourism practices and markets these attributes to guests and suppliers.
Lindsey Reding from Andaman Discoveries, NatGeo World Legacy Award finalist in Engaging Communities, speaks about creating successful community-based tourism.
Kennedy Leavens from Awamaki, a finalist of NatGeo World Legacy Awards in the Sense of Place category, talks about building female-driven profitable community-based tourism.
Cedar Swan from Adventure Canada, NatGeo World Legacy Award finalist in the Sense of Place category, talks about creating longstanding relationships with partners and hiring like-minded staff.
Interview with Mark Thornton Safaris, World Legacy Awards finalist in Conserving the Natural World, about experiencing responsible tourism in the wilderness.
PEPY Tours has turned volunteering on its head, so that the emphasis is not what the traveller can do for the host community, but on what they can learn from their visit to take back home. Jeremy Smith speaks with Claire Bennett about its innovative approach.
North Island won this year’s NatGeo World Legacy Award for Conserving the Natural World. Bruce Simpson shares how they engaged stakeholders in company’s long-term vision.
Tim O’Donoghue from Riverwind Foundation, NatGeo World Legacy Awards finalist in Destination Leadership, speaks about stakeholder education and engagement.
Jochen Zeitz from Segera, NatGeo World Legacy Awards finalist in Destination Leadership, talks about achieving a lasting impact on nature and communities.
Slovenia Tourism won NatGeo World Legacy Award in Destination Leadership. Maja Pak explains how the whole country got engaged in implementing green policies