Tagged: responsible tourism

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Coffee tour in the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro

After our amazing week in Zanzibar, we decided to head to one of Tanzania’s most famous destinations: Mt Kilimanjaro. Not being avid hikers, we instead decided to go on a coffee tour in the foothills of Africa’s largest mountain. There are a number of companies that arrange these tours in Moshi – we chose the Kiliman Cultural...

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Maggie in Africa donates US$1000 to Project Luangwa in Zambia

HELP US SUPPORT PROJECT LUANGWA! Noel, Marilu and Maggie are pleased to announce that we’ve donated US$1,000 (approx ZMK10 million) to an amazing local charity, Project Luangwa. Project Luangwa is a charity (registered in Zambia, the US and UK) based in Mfuwe, Zambia, formed by safari operators of South Luangwa National Park as...

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Four amazing, community-run places to visit in Swaziland

Our followers know that responsible tourism is essential to our travelling and overlanding philosophy. And the primary way that we travel responsibly is by making sure that our activities benefit local communities as directly as possible, and that we patronise community-run initiatives. During our recent visit to Swaziland, we were pleasantly surprised...

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How to be a responsible overlander

Responsible tourism is essential to our travelling and overlanding philosophy. Not only do we want to have a great time visiting some of Africa’s most beautiful places, but we also want to make sure that we’re not hurting local communities or the environment along the way. And, wherever possible, we strive...