Polwaththa Eco Lodges is the epitome of an eco-lodge; a labor of love that its owners have nurtured and successfully integrated into the local community, writes Gili Back, who recently visited this eco-idyll.
If you prefer a peaceful, quiet, low-impact holiday, then Koh Mak, a small eco-friendly island in the Gulf of Thailand, has it all – without the tour buses, jet skis, banks, bars, 7-11s and noisy nightlife…
If you’re looking for real eco-adventure then head to Lombok, an island dominated by spectacular Mount Rinjani, with some exciting opportunities for soft treks and other thrilling green tourism experiences.
Home to many languages, races and cultures, Sri Lanka is also a country with a rich biodiversity offering all sorts of opportunities for adventure – like these three unique and exciting ecotours.
A trip to any new destination is always and adventure, but when visitors discover a city via local transport there’s so much more to take away than museums and monuments.