Sustainable Travel

Travel in a way that is kind to our world

Is it still ok to book an AirBnb?!
Overtourism has long become a buzzword. Cities, Islands, and entire countries are creaking under the weight of too many visitors. Locals' lives change drastically as prices rise and an increasing amount of living space is allocated to accommodate tourists. Especially...
Responsible Travel: Is it still ok to book an AirBnb?
Overtourism has long become a buzzword. Cities, Islands, and entire countries are creaking under the weight of too many visitors. Locals' lives change drastically as prices rise and an increasing amount of living space is allocated to accommodate tourists. Especially...
Responsible Travel Tips: How to choose the right Airbnb
Airbnb and its implications on destinations are often mentioned in a sentence with over-tourism. As with many things, the mass commercialization of Airbnb has made it a two-sided sword. We have talked extensively about the pros and cons of destinations on Airbnb...
Over-tourism- how traveling affects the world
Over-tourism has long become a buzzword. Cities, Islands, and entire countries are creaking under the weight of too many visitors. Locals' lives change drastically as prices rise and an increasing amount of living space is allocated to accommodate tourists. But what...
San Ignacio, Belize – Wild rivers, Maya ruins &latino vibes

San Ignacio and its twin town Santa Elena form the heart of the “Cayo” district. While there is a comfortable touristic infrastructure, San Ignacio manages to maintain an authentic and vibrating charm. Contrary to the coastal part of Belize, Spanish is most widely spoken. San Ignacio is surrounded by lush vegetation, fast flowing rivers, Maya ruins, and caves. There are lots to do in this lively little town!

Gambia’s South – discover the best beaches

Gambia’s only 42-km long coastline offers the perfect beach spot for everyone. If you are looking for a party, Kololi is the place to be, but if you seek more tranquility and serenity, check out Gambia’s South.

Pearl of the Indian ocean – Best beaches in Zanzibar

The beaches in Zanzibar are stunning. White palm trees seam white sandy beaches with perfectly turquoise water. Even though Zanzibar has been a popular tourist destination for quite some time, you’ll still find authentic, quiet villages and empty beaches.

Serrekunda – Gambia’s secret capital
Duration: Daytrip Serekunda is home to about 400.000 people, and it seems to burst at all seams. Serekunda is Gambia’s biggest city and has long become the economic hub. It’s not exactly pretty or relaxing, but it’s definitely worth a visit to get a glimpse into a...
San Ignacio, Belize – Wild rivers, Maya ruins &latino vibes

San Ignacio, Belize – Wild rivers, Maya ruins &latino vibes

San Ignacio and its twin town Santa Elena form the heart of the “Cayo” district. While there is a comfortable touristic infrastructure, San Ignacio manages to maintain an authentic and vibrating charm. Contrary to the coastal part of Belize, Spanish is most widely spoken. San Ignacio is surrounded by lush vegetation, fast flowing rivers, Maya ruins, and caves. There are lots to do in this lively little town!

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