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Rebecca

With a background in operations management in charity sector, Rebecca spent 2013 back-packing throughout Southeast Asia and South America. This experience motivated her to return to uni to pursue an MSc. focusing on her two main passions: sustainable development and travel! She is our product manager and looks after the blog content.

Posts by Rebecca

Community-based Tourism in Nicaragua: An experience infused with the aroma of sustainable coffee

Responsible Tourism

Nicaragua

In this blog post, we take a closer look at community-based tourism in Nicaragua, focusing on one of the communities included in our latest Unexplored Nicaragua Tour: La Fundadora community. The post follows on from last week’s post Exploring Nicaragua – the Land of Lakes and Volcanoes, and offers a personal perspective as to how community-based tourism can be a …

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Exploring Nicaragua – the Land of Lakes and Volcanoes

Ecotourism

Nicaragua

This blog post falls somewhere in between our Happy Travellers and our #AdventureLust posts, and provides a bit more of a personal insight into our new Unexplored Nicaragua Tour. I recently returned from two weeks exploring Nicaragua and the trip has been a revelation. The countryside was stunning and varied, the people warm and engaging and I was able to learn about the …

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Totonal Viajes: Pioneers of Responsible Tourism in Mexico

Responsible Tourism

Mexico

 
To introduce our latest local partner, Totonal Viajes que Iluminan, and our exciting Deepest Mexico Tour, we interviewed Totonal’s Director and Founder, Marisol Herrera. Totonal are a pioneer of responsible tourism in Mexico, and we are proud to have partnered with them to design a 15 day tour that enables inquisitive travellers to experience a little known side of the country that’s …

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Food for thought: Local food and sustainable development

Responsible Tourism

Costa Rica, Colombia, Peru

Last year I spent 3 months researching the appetite for local food in the English hospitality sector, looking in detail at levels of engagement with local produce and suppliers. Whilst this isn’t the time or place to bore you with the details, there are a few general points that are worth sharing – and which broadly tie in with our …

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