Many Dominicans have set out to rebuild relationships that demonstrates Dominica’s event and cultural tourism is alive and well. Efforts to promote the island as the number one destination have been leading organizers to influence Dominicans to celebrate their traditions.
The need for genuine sustainable tourism has never been more urgent. Fortunately, some islands in the region, such as Dominica, are a guiding light leading the way with sustainable development.
Aim is to create a distribution portal, a ‘One Voice’ approach, for marketing community tourism internationally and showcasing its local and global impact.
Following on from 2017 where they made all their office operations carbon neutral, Peru adventure operator Amazonas Explorer is delighted to announce that all your trips with them will also be carbon neutral in 2018.
Calling on tourism businesses in Africa – the search for the bright spots in responsible tourism on the continent is on! The African Responsible Tourism Awards celebrate the commitment and efforts that use tourism to make Africa better.
Travel is a major global industry, but in 2017 it attracted unprecedented resentment and retaliation towards tourists. A growing global backlash against tourism extended from tropical rain forests to urban destinations.
To celebrate the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, GOOD Travel has launched an initiative to bring together travellers who believe in a more sustainable and ethical tourism industry.
In line with the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) will advocate for increased gender equality in the travel and tourism industry in 2018.
Caribbean Climate-Smart Coalition aims to emded resislience and renewable energy into recovery from the recent natural disasters
Tourism Concern’s new report looks to identify best practice and provide guidelines across a range of animal-based tourism activities
First country in the world to ask visitors to sign declaration in passports to protect its environment and culture for next generation.
ATCF members include adventure and outdoor organizations that have come together to protect international travel destinations.
Users can explore visual data on topics including Poverty Alleviation, Dispersion of Travel, Carbon Emissions, Sustainable Production, Protected Areas, Gender Equity and Security.
The European Safari Company supports and connects locally based partners with unique experiences to the traveler. They hand pick untouched nature-based experiences.
The Samoa Tourism Authority in collaboration with the Integrating Climate Change Risks into Tourism Sector facilitated training on adaptation to climate change for some of the small-scale tourism operators.
Users now warned that they are searching a hashtag that may be associated with posts that encourage harmful behavior to animals or the environment
Insights from the Tourism Forum 2017 “Sustainable Mountain Resort Development” in Gudauri into the challenges and opportunities ahead
Participants discussed actionable strategies for the industry to meet the Sustainable Development Goals and sustainable tourism “asset management”