Looking for responsible things to do in London and the best eco hotels in London? Get started with my guide to sustainable travel in London here
This is my monthly summary post with high points of the month, not-so-high-points and what’s next for Soul Travel Blog. Recapping October
A guide to sustainable travel in Amsterdam: including eco hotels in Amsterdam, things to do and how to escape the crowds in this beautiful city! Amsterdam’s visitor numbers have been booming of late, so is it still possible to visit responsibly?
Why the need for responsible travel in Ladakh? What used to be the preserve of the most intrepid traveller is much more accessible than it was. The increase in tourism of recent years is putting a new level of pressure on Ladakh and her resources. This beautiful mountain desert is open and safe for all, but in order to
I spent just under a week exploring the desert of Kutch with Kutch Adventures India. In a place that sees few foreign visitors (and many of who do come make a beeline straight for the Great Rann of Kutch), I had a different experience.
Do you love train travel? From Myanmar to New England, here are 10 of the most scenic train journeys from around the world to inspire your travels! This is part 2 of my Great Rail Journeys with a View collaboration.
One of the top reasons to travel to India, is the food. With many warnings about “Delhi Belly”, here’s how to enjoy home-cooked, local Indian food, with a happy stomach!
This is my monthly summary post with high points of the month, not-so-high-points and what’s next for Soul Travel Blog. Recapping September 2017
Visiting Gujarat’s semi-desert region, there are far more things to do in Kutch than simply a visit to the Great Rann of Kutch. I spent a week exploring
Great rail journeys from around the world. From Bulgaria, to Cuba to Iran, here are some of the best train journeys with views you won’t want to miss!
As one of the less visited states of India (if we don’t count Mumbai for a second) Maharashtra does not have many options for group tours or organised trips. It especially does not have many options for responsible tourism. Until now.
Saddled between the Ladakhi and Karakoram mountain ranges, Shyok valley and Shyok River Lodge sit on an ancient caravan routes connected to the Silk Road