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Hiking to El Limón Waterfall, a journey into the heart of the Dominican Republic

Responsible Tourism

Dominican Republic

As I stepped onto the green shores of Samaná, I felt an immediate connection to this captivating province located on the northeast coast of the Dominican Republic. I was surprised by the natural beauty and local authenticity that define this unique destination. With its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and lush tropical landscapes, Samaná offers a truly immersive experience that blends …

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A heritage and cultural tour in Northwest Argentina

Responsible Tourism

Argentina

That Argentina is a huge country is not news; indeed, it is the 8th largest country in the world. This gives us an idea of the great variety of regions and landscapes to discover, coupled with the fact that its cultural heritage is very rich and extensive.

A large part of the territory was occupied by native peoples before the arrival …

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Rescripting Your Life – A wellness retreat in Guatemala

Ecotourism

Guatemala

After a successful wellness retreat in Costa Rica last December, where participants learned all about “Cultivating Self Love” while experiencing ecotourism activities such as jungle hiking, whale-watching and bioluminescence kayaking, we are pleased to launch another wellness retreat, this time in beautiful Guatemala! Rescripting Your Life was lovingly created and curated to assist participants to clear out old programming and …

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Cultivating Self Love – A Women’s Wellness Retreat in Costa Rica

Ecotourism

Costa Rica, Guatemala, Peru

Thinking about the heavy toll the last 18 months have taken in society and knowing that people are looking for ways to reconnect with themselves, be in contact with nature and look after their mental health, we have been working to create wellness tourism experiences in Latin America.

We are excited to announce the launch of Cultivating Self Love, an international wellness …

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Promoting indigenous tourism in Latin America

Responsible Tourism

Indigenous communities across Latin America are harnessing tourism as a means for empowerment. We have been working in partnership with dozens of these communities for many years and in 2018 we decided to take a step further and became members of the World Indigenous Tourism Alliance (WINTA). Even during the pandemic, we continue to support indigenous communities in Latin America …

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A stay in a Mapuche community in Chile: Reconnecting with nature

Ecotourism

Chile

In a hidden corner of the Southern Andes in Chile, about 8 hours by bus from Santiago and surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, you will find the community of Quinquén. The name comes from the Mapuche word Kmkañhue, which means “place of refuge”. Formed by a group of indigenous families dedicated to the forest, this community is part of the Mapuche …

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Trekking the Chicamocha Canyon in Colombia

Ecotourism

Colombia

The Chicamocha Canyon in Colombia, located in the northeast of the country, is one of the largest canyons in the world. Close to the city of Bucaramanga, the charming town of Barichara and the backpacker hotspot of San Gil, it is considered to be one of the country’s natural wonders and a top hiking destination. A day spent trekking the …

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Monteverde Footprints Tour: Exploring the cloud forest in Costa Rica

Responsible Tourism

Costa Rica

Costa Rica is renowned for its natural beauty and rich flora and fauna, with the core of the country’s tourism offer lying beyond its cities, towns and developed coastal zones. Costa Rica offers tourists countless ecotourism possibilities in both exotic seaside locations and mountainous regions. Monteverde, located in the northern part of Puntarenas province, is one such example, a destination …

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Pueblos Mancomunados: An example of rural tourism in Oaxaca, Mexico

Responsible Tourism

Mexico

A visit to the Pueblos Mancomunados offers travellers a unique opportunity to experience rural tourism in Oaxaca and at the same be inspired by the value systems of these ‘people of the clouds’ who live here.

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Alternative Lima city tours, an example of responsible tourism in Peru

Responsible Tourism

Peru

Lima has recently undergone a rebirth and is now vying for travellers’ attention alongside some of Peru’s top tourist attractions. It hasn’t yet shaken off its grimy urban feel, or developed a functional transport system, but it lures travellers with promises of world-class gastronomy, a buzzing contemporary art scene and vibrant nightlife.
Due to significant internal migration, Lima is also a …

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