How to get everything you need, whether for a 2-week vacation in northern Europe or India or to travel the world for a year, into a tiny, eco-friendly bag.
Want to know how to pack light? I travel the world with one Ryan Air-approved rolling bag and never need anything else because of these packing strategies.
Pack what you need. It sounds so simple right? But how do you know what you need? Or what you might need? And how often will you need those things? And what if your plans change? All these questions answered…
At the opening of Tribewanted’s new site in Italy, social entrepreneur Ben Keene talked about the site, the future and creating new sustainable tourism models.
A majority of travellers (73%) say they don’t feel they have the necessary information to decide whether a hotel is eco-friendly. Here, we give you a few pointers to help you decide for yourself.
Being “green” has become so popular and marketable that many companies greenwash to cash in on the hype, without cleaning up their businesses.
When I headed inside to use the bathroom, I was arrested by a series of signs detailing the restaurant’s relationships with local farms, highlighting favorite farmers, and proponing Chai Pani’s sustainability measures. This was not an Indian restaurant. This was actually nirvana (as far as I was concerned).
Once you visit an agriturismo and feel like an Italian family has taken you in and made you a part of their lives, even for just a few days, it’s pretty addictive. From north to south, these are some of the most stunning, enjoyable, and hospitable agriturismos that I’ve had the pleasure of visiting (or coveting a visit to) over the years.
Fancy starting your day milking a cow? Or perhaps a morning workout of kneading a kilo of flour and 20 eggs to make Umbrian cheese bread (a sort of savory panettone)? Tribewanted is a series of communities aiming to operate in a completely sustainable manner from financing to staffing and architecture to agriculture where you can start the day just like this.
I always gathered farm stays were just that. A stay. On a farm. But on a recent in-depth trip to the Le Marche region – one of those historically-rich, agriculturally-blessed areas that somehow people never go to – I found out I was dead wrong.