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‘Ethical Travel’ Category

For almost 900 years there were elephants at Angkor and in November 2019 the owners of the herd along with key stakeholders in the tourism industry made the incredible decision to stop elephant rides at Angkor and retire the herd, moving them to a place of safety. Now living in 1100 acres of protected forest […]

In 2014 David and I made the difficult, but principled, decision to focus on ethical travel, and stop working with clients and suppliers that insisted on taking part in inhumane animal interactions, such as the infamous elephant back safaris in Thailand. Over the last 6 years we have endeavoured to find and support people and […]