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It’s up to you to be an animal-friendly traveller! Top tips from World Animal Protection to keep you safe and protect animals when you travel For more information and tips on how to be an animal-friendly traveller, visit us at worldanimalprotection.ca Seeing animals when you travel can be an amazing experience. Feeling the salt spray in your face as your whale watching boat takes off towards a spout of water on the horizon, or spotting … Read [MORE...]
‘Adventure’ Travel, ‘ Experiential’ Travel, ‘ Exploratory’ …Travel – The tag words are endless, yet the challenge remains the same – Finding truly extraordinary lodging in places less explored. Anyone intrepid traveler knows that to roll up your wanderlust, exercise your inner “Indiana Jones,” and wander the extra mile to travel to a hidden backwater knows this fact. The places that feel beyond far away, regardless of location, are the most Untrodden and unsurprisingly, the … <a [MORE...]
Stupid tourists participating in elephant abuse with a smile! A new comprehensive report released in Toronto on July 6th, 2017 by World Animal Protection, an international animal welfare charity, reveals thousands of captive elephants across six Asian countries are suffering in inhumane conditions to support elephant rides and shows for tourists. The new Taken for a Ride report, investigated 220 tourist venues across Thailand, Sri Lanka, Nepal, India, Laos and Cambodia, and found that 77% of … Read [MORE...]
Words by Jonathan Maister, a Markham (Canada) based writer and adventurer. Photos courtesy of Tourism New Brunswick. Few doubt that among the earth’s visual bounty, some of the finest vistas are offered by the ocean. The tidal pulse riding the continental coasts and shimmering up the shores has, as long as history has been recorded, held a place in our hearts and often in our livelihood. Across generations and geography it has seduced the imagination … Read [MORE...]
Words by Nathan James Thomas Photos by Globerovers Magazine The Shwesandaw Pagoda was built almost 1,000 years ago, by order of King Anawrahta, the founder of the Pagan Empire. It’s one of over 2,000 temples that still stand in the ancient city of Bagan, in the centre of Myanmar. This particular pagoda is distinguished by its five terraces leading up to a cylindrical stupa, and is said to contain sacred hairs of the Gautama Buddha. More … Read [MORE...]