Ethical Travel: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Our photos can have a major effect on the people and places we visit. Here are some ways to help make it a positive one.
Thailand's tiger temple claims to be a wildlife sanctuary, but that's not why hundreds of tourists visit every day.
I have to admit I was skeptical about the Great Baikal Trail Association at first.  
Albert Koehl finds that, in Morocco, being a conspirator is sometimes part of the fun.
A fair-trade coffee cooperative in Nicaragua uses tourism to put much-needed dollars to work in their communities.
Tibetans fear that their culture will get derailed as the new train from China begins service to their region.
Julia Steinecke finds it easy to meet NGOs and community organizations, like Big Brother Mouse.
Here's how your visit to Laos can have a positive impact.
Photographer Kees Sprengers captures a moment in time for North West Lao cultures in transition.
A gap year gig turns into a quest to show travellers a hidden side of urban India.
Perceived to be an accessible climb, summiting Africa's highest peak is still no walk in the park, and most climbing parties rely on porters. Insisting that they are treated fairly is part of the deal.
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