Join our LIVE CHAT on April 6 to find out how your travel choices impact wildlife.
After four long trips to India, Mariellen Ward finally went on her first tiger safari, in pursuit of the Bengal Tiger, the symbol of India, before it’s too late. Time is running out for this magnificent creature.
Making sustainable travel choices doesn’t always mean bushwhacking your way through virgin forests. There are luxury options, too, such as staying in an 800-year-old castle in Ireland.
Step into Chiang Mai, Thailand’s Elephant Nature Park with SpunkyGirlMonologues’ Pamela MacNaughton on T+E this week and discover a new kind of travel experience – one that just might change the way you travel, forever.
Join SpunkyGirlMonologues’ Pamela McNaughtan this week as she shares her first-hand experiences working with rescued elephants at a very special wildlife park in Thailand.
Alison Kent saddles up and has a sustainable travel vacation horseback riding among the Rocky Mountains. Giddy-up! Guided rides and overnight stays are just around the corner, starting in late June!
Did you know one of the world’s biggest colonies of Little Penguins is in Australia? They are just one of the amazing creatures you will see if you travel to Phillip Island Nature Park, a rugged wildlife park near Melbourne.
Can you imagine an island off the Gulf Coast of Florida that’s a virtual Garden of Eden? Where you can see an astounding variety of birds, animals, reptiles and fish in their natural habitat? That’s Sanibel Island, an eco-paradise for the whole family to enjoy.