Like this post? Help us by sharing it! There are plenty of ways to get up close and personal with Asia’s wildlife – and in doing so, help support the communities and sanctuaries ensuring its survival. Product Manager Ruth fulfilled her childhood dream of meeting an elephant when she visited Sayaboury in Laos. This is […]
Like this post? Help us by sharing it! In the last post in this series on elephants, I gave a brief introduction to the debate surrounding the ethics of elephant tourism. You can read my post here. This week, I’ll be looking into some specific tourism activities available across Asia, so that you can make […]
Like this post? Help us by sharing it! Lesley and Alistair Greenhill recently travelled to Burma on our Beautiful Burma Small Group Tour, where they had the privilege of meeting some of the country’s largest inhabitants… Like this post? Help us by sharing it!
Like this post? Help us by sharing it! Reaching heights of up to four metres (13 feet) and weighing up to 7,000 kilograms (15,400 lb), elephants are the earth’s largest surviving land animals, and they have been through a lot over the years at the hands of loggers, ivory traders, poachers, armies, circuses, zoos and […]
Like this post? Help us by sharing it! There was no way I was going to travel all the way to lovely Laos and not see an elephant. The old name for Laos, Lan Xang, literally means ‘land of a million elephants’ and I have loved elephants since I was a child. Sadly there are […]