Ethical Travel: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Gone are the days of bustling beach crowds, surfer-saturated waves, and bumper-to-bumper motorbike traffic in Bali. Is this how tourism should be?
A native of India weighs in on the cultural appropriation and commodification of an ancient Hindu spiritual practice.
Overtourism and the problems it creates may make you feel like giving up your passport. But responsible travel experts say there's a better way.
Whether it's a quest for self-awareness, a cure for mental maladies or just the next big high, travellers are turning a traditional Amazonian healing ceremony into a multi-million dollar industry.
Operating on a shoestring budget, this non-profit is working to improve conditions for porters in Tanzania.
Photographing with respect and transparency is primary to being a contributor and not just a kodachrome leech. 
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