Eco Tourism Holidays in Southeast Asia
Cruising: shore excursions
We were split into groups of six and went on local boats, called klotoks, to a reserve set aside for orang-utans and proboscis monkeys.
Home-stays are helping to get a village back on its feet, writes John Borthwick.
In the wilderness of Sabah, Leisa Tyler explores eco enterprises that attempt to tread lightly and save habitat.
Huts on stilts perch above the coral of the turquoise lagoon, hammocks awaiting a lazy siesta and sunset cocktails. The Indonesian archipelago of Raja Ampat is a living Eden. But for how long?
Raja Ampat, a remote pearl of Asia between the Pacific and Indian oceans in eastern Indonesia’s Papua province has remained a closely guarded secret and one of the last frontiers of tourism, known...
Tripologist So many companies now call themselves "eco". How do I know that my money really will go back to the community when travelling in developing countries?