Greener travels

As travel and nature lovers we believe that sustainable tourism must be practiced and advocated by all of us travelers. Although there are more and more people concerned about the protection of the environment, there are still powerful forces that seek short term profit over the conservation of our natural resources. While the ever-underfunded scientists do what they can to study the many ways humans impact our ecosystems and come up with strategies to protect them, legislators take too long to respond to the rapidly changing social trends. It’s up to us, the travelers, to educate ourselves and practice sustainable tourism. In this section we try to offer a window into the conservation efforts of many amazing organizations and individuals.

Who wouldn’t like to help more dolphins?

Who wouldn’t like to help more dolphins?

Did you know you can adopt a dolphin? “Dolphins are some of the smartest animals on the planet. Their intelligence is likely both a result of and a driver of their complex social structures. They generally live in small groups and organize complex, group behaviors...

The cutest species of dolphin in the world needs your help

The cutest species of dolphin in the world needs your help

During our trip to New Zealand we took some time to meet the Hector dolphins in the wild. Hector and Maui dolphins are the smallest and cutest species of dolphins in the world. We swam with them for a few amazing minutes and saw them playing in the surf at the beach....

Great news!

Great news!

A short happy story to brighten your day a bit! Norway’s prime minister declared there would be no gas or oil exploitation in Lofoten Islands. “The opposition Labour party has withdrawn support for oil drilling in Norway's Lofoten islands, creating a significant...

New report by Sea Legacy’s incredible team

New report by Sea Legacy’s incredible team

Good morning! Please check out this wonderful report compiled by our ocean heroes Sea Legacy. It contains not only the most stunning imagery you’ll see in a long time, but also many stories about their incredible contribution to the conservation of our marine...