Topic: Sustainable Tourism
Lindblad is expanding its Farm-to-Table initiative, first launched in the Galapagos in 2017, to its cruises in the Falkland Islands, Costa Rica, Baja and the Arctic.
Tourists are being advised to wear respiratory masks due to a toxic haze, which descended on the city in December and shows no signs of moving. Here's more.
This green initiative, due to a partnership with Vero Water, comes as is the newest facet of the brand’s OceaniaNEXT enhancements. Learn more here.
Cala Luna Boutique Hotel & Villas finished installing 1,400 solar panels last December. Find out more about the property’s efforts to become carbon neutral by late 2019.
This New York luxury lifestyle firm covers all its clients’ needs to an extreme, combining the services of a personal assistant, high-end travel advisor and concierge. Read more here.
Instagram has helped the average person find all the extraordinary places that the world has to offer, although with a somewhat detrimental effect. Read more here.
With the hybrid electric exploration ship Le Commandant Charcot, PONANT is trying to lead the way in environmentally friendly cruising. Read more here.
Anantara's plans for the first charity-driven celebration of Thailand’s national animal includes celebrations in natural and and urban locations. Read more here.
More than 500 travel advisors said river cruising, sustainable travel and cultural connections were some of the top trends for luxury travel in 2019. Learn more.
Sustainably-built Colombian hotel Cannúa has announced it will officially begin welcoming guests starting next April. Learn what to expect when it opens.