Ecotourism is not a new concept. For years, countries have worked to make their most visited areas safe for tourists and the animals that live there. Saving the planet is a trend here to stay and people are increasingly concerned about the future of the world. Travelers choose to spend money on places that align with their beliefs and values. For many, this includes maintaining and preserving wildlife for generations to come. This surge in ecotourism forces countries to examine their policies and create programs to promote it.
More than 40 percent of the Seychelles territory is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; 115 islands make up the archipelago known worldwide for picturesque beauty. Travelers want to see the wildlife preserved by the country so it can be experienced by many. One of the best ways the country keeps this island pollution free is most are not urbanized and don’t have traffic jams and cars emitting harmful gases. The Seychelles go to great lengths to protect the 150 species of endemic plants that grow and thrive.
The best practice is education. The Seychelles offers many educational expeditions that explore the biodiversity of the islands while also teaching tourists how best to treat the land. These educational expeditions create a world where visitors can visit and be mindful of their actions and practices.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. With flights from the United States to Japan and all of Asia, it's the perfect airline to book your next trip with. From ANA's amazing in-flight food to its excellent customer service, it comes as no surprise ANA has been awarded five stars for its seventh consecutive year by the SKYTRAX World Airline Rating.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
It’s one of a traveler’s worst nightmares to stay in a hotel where the beds are infested with bed bugs. These tiny creatures aren’t always visible to the naked eye, but they can completely ruin a vacation and leave hotel guests itching and scratching for weeks. Here are a few ways to ensure where you lay your head at night isn’t also where bed bugs lay their own.