Category: Green Travel

Travel green – eco friendly travel – sustainable travel

ocean pollution

Plastic pollution: How do we save the oceans?

If you travel on a regular basis, you’ve probably already noticed the large amounts of waste and plastics accumulating in our precious Earth. It obviously didn’t happen over night, but we all have a responsibility to learn about this massive environmental issue….

colourful nuuk

A mini-guide to Nuuk, Greenland: The highlights

Have you ever wondered how a true Arctic travel experience is like? Now you can embark on a journey with us to colourful Nuuk; the capital of Greenland, which is the biggest island in the world! Here are our recommendations on where to eat,…

sri lanka

Sri Lanka: 10 reasons to visit in 2017

If you’re up for amazing wildlife experiences, lots of culture and a breathtaking scenery, Sri Lanka should be on top of your bucket list for 2017. Here are 10 good reasons to go as soon as possible. 1. It’s an…

dusit thani

A vacation of dreams: Welcome to Dusit Thani in Maldives

I’ve written several pieces on Maldives now, but one can never really get tired of this breathtakingly beautiful destination. Taken into consideration that it’s also a country heavily affected by climate changes, there’s no time to loose if you want to experience…

eco travel

How to travel more responsible: what can you do?

Chances are you travel. Maybe even a lot. If so, you have a responsibility of considering the effects it has on our climate. Cause although aviation is still a rather small industry, it definitely has a large impact on global…

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The world’s greenest luxury hotels

There are luxury hotels and then there are eco-friendly luxury hotels. It’s easier than ever to combine luxury and green travel – just pick one of these hotels, which are amongst the greenest in the world.  Capella Lodge, Australia Celebrated as…


Checking in: Dusit Thani in Maldives

There’s no denying that Maldives is one of the world’s most luxurious destinations, hence my excitement to finally visit this tropical gem. When I went there in June, I was blown away by the five star hospitality of Dusit Thani. Get…

eco travel

How to travel green: 6 easy steps

There are so many things you can do to help protect the environment – not least when it comes to traveling! If you follow (at least one of) these simple steps next time you’re going abroad, you’re already helping create…

hotel ranga

Hotel Rangá, Iceland: Back to Nature

Nestled between lava fields and remote mountains, the four star Hotel Rangá in Southern Iceland takes the prize of being Iceland’s luxury resort number 1. Come join us for 24 hours in the wilderness.   The way to tranquility “Offline is…