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Featured destination: Visit this hidden gem in North east India

Dirang Village. Little known of, this sparsely populated village in Arunachal Pradesh could well be one of the most beautiful places you could visit in India. Inhabited by the Monpa tribe, the teachings of Buddhism echo in all ways of life in this quaint village.  Traditional stone and wooden houses, ...
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5 ways you can help reduce over-tourism

So we’ve seen how over-tourism has been killing destinations across the world. One of our blog contributors, Silvija Rumiha, founder of Zero Waste Bali – Bali’s first zero waste bulk store - inspired us with her story on tackling the ill effects of over-tourism on the island. While Silvia’s journey may ...
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Visit these Indian villages to get a feel of “Sustainability – the rural way”

For most part, travelers generally focus on cities and adjoining areas and often ignore what might truly reflect the culture and society of a country - the rural belt. Take India for example - think of a trip there and you’re wondering mainstream cities such as Mumbai or Delhi. Or, ...
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Don’t forget doing this on your next Overlanding trip

Our latest blog post is penned by Evelin Weiss from the team at OverlandSite. If you're keen on knowing more about overlanding or how you can make your trip a lot more environmentally friendly, read on. With great overlanding and extensive experience, the team at OverlandSite.com is amongst the best promoting ...
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It’s “Midsommar”. Visit these places to experience the best of Sweden’s summer

Midsummer is probably one of the most important holidays’ in the Swedish calendar. The holiday originates from agrarian times, where celebrations were held to welcome summer time and the season of fertility. Celebrations typically include large gatherings of family, lunches including pickled herring, boiled potatoes with fresh dill, a grilled ...
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5 of the world’s least visited countries and why you should head there

Okay, so we’ve all heard of overtourism and the ill effects it has had on destinations across the world. One of our featured posts with Silvija Rumiha, founder of Zero Waste Bali, highlighted the plastic problem the island of Bali has faced, a large part of it being the result ...
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Soul Travel Blog: Travels with conscience

Meet Ellie and Ravi, a British-Indian couple wandering the world and trying to make a positive difference along the way. Through their site, Soul Travel Blog, they share stories of mindful travel and the most inspiring sustainable travel projects they stumble upon along the way! Soul Travel Blog is an inspirational ...
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Take a train to travel green

Following up from our previous post around ways to make your travel sustainable within a budget, our latest blog post takes a look at travel by trains. In fact over the last weekend, we attended a very popular event hosted by Tågsemester.nu, a growing Swedish portal for train travel holidays. A look ...
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Sustainable Life In Action – “Living sustainably is a journey”

Our latest blog guest describes herself as a farmer’s daughter, an activist, an educator, a mentor, an organizer, a person who cares about this place that we inhabit, a member of a community– of many communities actually. A resident of a small midwestern town in Minnesota, Amy Mondloch believes that ...
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I want to travel sustainably BUT can I do it cheaply?

You’ve heard it across various social channels - "Reduce your carbon footprint while traveling". This may at times trap some into believing that sustainable travel is not easy and may only be for the elite - “I may need to travel in green-cars”, “I need to look for a special ...
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