We chat with Friends International, a charity that’s offering skills training for kids in Cambodia, Thailand, Laos and Indonesia…
Dark tourism sites: part of cultural memory, or commercialising something sacred? And why do we feel the need to see them at all?
Selfies can be fun and result in some of the most hilarious souvenirs from a trip, as long as you’re following proper selfie etiquette.
Orphanage tourism is what happens when good intentions and reality don’t quite synch up. This is why it’s not such a good idea.
This Earth Day marks 6 years since Intrepid Travel became one of the biggest carbon neutral travel companies in the world. Want to know how we do it?
When we travel, we face moral dilemmas every day. It’s up to us to decide what kind of travellers we want to be.
Our taxi pulls up outside some rusty wrought iron gates. Inside is one of Nepal’s philanthropic success stories: a tiny business that’s slowly changing the lives of local women.
Along with mint tea, souks and tagines, snake charming was to me quintessentially Moroccan, and I was desperate to see a ‘performance’.
We’re helping raise money for Khagendra New Life Special Education Secondary School – a pioneer in educating children with a disability.
Recent press hasn’t done the Kokoda Track any favours, but there’s always another side to the story…