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Sustainable travel – offset your personal and corporate impact Whether for business or pleasure, we’re travelling more than ever before. And aside from ticking the carbon offset button when booking a flight, most of us give little thought to the environmental and social footprint of our jet-setting ways. Dayana Brooke wants to change this, so […]

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Travel Weekly AU - Here's how to make 2019's biggest travel trends sustainable

It's that time of the year when the Top Travel Trends and Destinations for the New Year come flooding in. Forbes, Conde Nast, Travel and Leisure and Lonely Planet are just a few who have already published what’s hot and trending for travellers in 2019. So let’s take the trends and turn them into practical and easy sustainable travel options instead. Because the […]

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Travel Weekly AU - What happens to your hotel soap after check out?

Ever wondered what happens to your hotel soap bar that you used just once? In the US alone, an estimated 2 million used hotel soap bars are thrown out every day. Simply because most people do not stay long enough in a hotel to use the entire soap. If you can take it home to continue […]

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Escape Travel - Feature

How to conquer the world (without ruining it for everyone else) By Celeste Mitchell. No one ever travelled to narrow their horizons. As Mark Twain famously wrote, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness …” But as we flit around the world in a frenzy, trying to tick off all the things, are we […]

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Travel Weekly AU - 'We are in a position to make a difference'

As travel agents, suppliers and wholesalers, we are at the forefront of the tourism industry, influencing an estimated 1.3 billion people who travel every year. What we offer and book for travellers, how we market our products, itineraries and destinations, is having a direct impact on the environment, nature, wildlife and oceans. The good news […]

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Travel Weekly AU - Closure of Maya Bay a win for sustainable tourism

As word gets out on the indefinite closure of Maya Bay in the Phi Phi Islands of Thailand, I can't help but rejoice. By Dayana Brooke Finally, the world is taking notice of the severe damage tourism has on nature if not properly monitored or managed. Since the news broke, I have been asked to […]

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