Top 5 reasons why you should visit Costa Rica

Costa Rica: a land of incredible biodiversity, awesome landscapes and seemingly endless white sand beaches. Mother Nature’s generosity aside, Costa Rica has established itself in recent years as a world leader in conservation tactics and well managed eco-tourism.

Sustainable driving with Toyota, Prius Plug-in Hybrid Review

She’s sleek, she’s stylish……and, most importantly of all, she’s sustainable. ‘She’ is Toyota’s newest, state-of-the-art Prius Plug-in Hybrid car, and earlier this year I was given the opportunity to drive her on a 1-day #50kmRoadTrip through the coastal and...

Competition for the 2015 World Responsible Tourism Awards at WTM hots up

The competition for the 2015 World Responsible Tourism Awards at WTM has started in earnest as the longlist of organisations vying for the top spot at WTM in London this November is announced and we are delighted that Boutique Travel Blog’s founder and editor, Kathryn Burrington’s personal blog Travel With Kat is on the list, as is one of our favourite eco lodges, Sandele Eco Retreat in The Gambia.

Inspira Santa Marta: eco-chic hotel in the heart of Lisbon

Lisbon is a fabulous city to visit for a shortbreak, as I recently discovered for myself, and being further south than most European cities, the mild weather makes it an excellent choice for an out of season escape. I’d never been before and while I was eager to explore the city, my main reason for being there was to learn about the sustainability and corporate responsibility policies of a very special hotel, the Inspira Santa Marta.

Travel more responsibly on an eco-chic holiday

Would you like to travel more responsibly but don't want to give up your creature comforts? If yes, then we have to agree with you, this is our favourite way to travel too. Whether you are after a luxurious eco-safari in Africa, an Arctic cruise or a stylish European...

Sustainability in Tanzania Part 2 – Tembo Kijani EcoLodge

Waking up to the soft sound of the waves, singing birds and the rustling of the palm trees. Looking out the window to see monkeys and the most beautiful butterflies passing by. Getting away from it all, forgetting about such things as the time or the date, simply relaxing, surrounded by nature – this is what the Tembo Kijani EcoLodge offer their guests.

Sustainability in Tanzania – Part One – The building of a dream

Would you like to experience Africa’s wildlife and nature and enjoy some of the continents loveliest beaches, while knowing that your holiday was not damaging the environment? Sarah Peled from Tembo Kijani Ecolodge in Tanzania, shares her thoughts on what it takes to be eco-friendly and create an ecolodge?

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