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The Giant Ferris Wheel in Vienna

How to be a responsible traveller in Vienna.

This is a guest post from Natasha from the Mindful feet travel blog, who’s sharing her insights into being a responsible traveller in Vienna. Natasha is a “serial expat”, moving countries every couple of years or so with her partner. She writes about zero waste travel, slow and sustainable travel...

zero wste bathroom products

The complete guide to your zero waste bathroom.

Modern bathrooms typically generate a lot of waste. Most products are sold as single-use items and made of several different materials, which renders them difficult to recycle and therefore just thrown in the dump. Consider simple toothbrushes for example: over one billion are thrown away every year in the United...

After rain in the Doi Inthanon mountains.

Trekking in Chiang Mai: travel blogger’s recommendations.

Trekking in Chiang Mai is a wonderful activity to explore the lush, hilly and beautiful region. There are many hikes to take through different parts of Chiang Mai: from the city and into the mountains, to waterfalls and temples, and through jungles and small towns. Our family has trekked through...

A tram in Casablanca, Morocco

How to Ensure Your Holiday to Morocco is Sustainable AND Fun!

A family holiday to Morocco is one of the first things on our travel list for once COVID-19 is over! We’re planning to visit many countries in Africa, on a slow and sustainable trip that gives us plenty of time to explore, meet new friends, and support responsible tourism operators....

Elephant statue at Elephant Parade Land

Visiting Elephant Parade Land in Chiang Mai: creativity + conservation.

We were looking for some family-friendly activities during our stay in Chiang Mai, and loved finding two that were sustainable, ethical and elephant-based. They were also very colourful and a lot of fun, and were suitable for both kids and adults to visit. This is the account of our time spent at...