Category Archives: Responsible Travel

Homestay with Black Hmong: The most authentic homestay in Sapa, Vietnam

Sapa Homestay experience in Vietnam

If you are planning a trip to Vietnam and to do a Sapa trek while looking to immerse in the local culture, the most amazing homestay Sapa has to offer is direct with a Black H’ mong hill tribe. When planning my 2 weeks itinerary to Vietnam, I invested plenty of time researching, studying, and creating an itinerary […]

Vietnam: Sapa Ethical Travel Guide

ETHICAL TRAVEL IN SAPA AND WHY I RECOMMEND BOOKING AN INDEPENDENT HOMESTAY Trekking and homestay in Sapa with a local H’mong hill tribe was the top of my bucket list when I decided to visit Vietnam. But my very first question was how ethical or responsible it was, and how I could not only have […]

Homestay in Nepal, tales of a real-life experience at a rural village

Nepal responsible travel homestay Nepal

I truly believe that any trip offers the opportunity for us to live outside our comfort zone, and Homestay in Nepal is a perfect example- as soon as we step outside our house and experience the new and explore each opportunity for the first time we are being brave but visiting some places can really […]

Nomadic Matt shares 9 travel skills to become a savvy traveler

responsible travel interview with Nomadic Matt

Matt Kepnes is one of the top travel experts and the founder of one one the most successful travel blogs in the world, Nomadic Matt. In this interview Matt shares some incredible insights about how to travel on a budget, the issues with over-tourism, how to make the most of your vacation time, actions to […]

Cambodia – 10 Lessons on Ethical Traveling

Lessons learned from my trip to Cambodia and how we can all be responsible travelers The smiling faces that welcome tourists display the optimism and contentment of a people grateful for what they have. But Cambodia is much more complex than what we can imagine and I am here to share the 10 lessons that […]