Being an eco-conscious traveler ensures that the destinations we love are protected for future generations to enjoy—here are 13 ways to do it!
Ready to make a difference? Our guide to volunteering abroad gives you the tools you need to choose the right program and travel ethically.
Slow travel emphasizes connection to local people, cultures, and environments, allowing travelers to take in their surroundings more sustainably and leisurely.
A gap year is an excellent way to prevent academic burnout while building skills and figuring out the next stage of your life. Let's look at some advantages of taking a gap year!
When we travel, we must recognize our impact on the environment and the communities we visit. Here are a few tips for engaging in more eco-friendly tourism.
Earth Day first started in 1970, and while that may seem a long time...compared to the history of the Peruvian Andes, it’s a nanosecond!
Dive into Mayan Riviera's underwater treasures—coral reefs, cenotes, and marine life—while learning responsible diving practices for a thrilling adventure.
From the Caribbean to the Red Sea, here are some of the world's most diverse coral reef systems, home to tropical fish, turtles, dolphins, and much more!
Explore Choquequirao, the enigmatic Incan city hidden in the Andes, offering a unique experience beyond Machu Picchu.
Find out why the Aïr and Ténéré Natural Reserves—with breathtaking scenery and cultural significance—are a natural treasure and important protected area.