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Travelling to Thailand and thinking of joining an elephant trek or having an elephant ride? Take a look at how you can really help elephants in Thailand.

Why, Where and How to Help Elephants in Thailand

Hi I'm a 42 year old UK man I am moving to Thailand in November & i'm thinking about living in Chiang Mai as I have a 9 year old son by my late wife

It's important to know how to be a responsible tourist in Thailand. Diana tells us how to dress and behave while traveling to this popular country.

How to be a Responsible Tourist in Thailand

How to be a Responsible Tourist in Thailand- Her Packing List It's important to know how to be a responsible tourist in Thailand. Diana tells us how to dress and behave while traveling to this popular country.

8 Responsible Alternatives to the Tiger Temple

8 Responsible Alternatives to the Tiger Temple in Thailand

Looking for a responsible alternative to the Thailand Tiger Temple in Kanchanaburi or the Tiger Kingdom in Chiang Mai? Here are eight harm-free attractions and things to do in Thailand that every animal-loving traveller will adore.

5 simple steps to becoming a more ethical traveller

5 simple steps to becoming a more ethical traveller

We could all travel better. Although mistakes will always be made, and it's not always possible to make the right choice, use these five simple approaches to become a more ethical and responsible traveller.

INFOGRAPHIC: What is Responsible Travel

INFOGRAPHIC: What is Responsible Travel

A conscious kind of travel. What is responsible travel, and what does it mean for your next journey to Asia? Check out this visual primer to responsible travel – and how you can make your next trip more sustainable!

10 Simple Rules for the Responsible Tourist #responsibletourism #sustainabletravel #ecotourism

10 simple rules for the Responsible Tourist

The current state of tourism in Southeast Asia is deplorable.  Riding elephants in Thailand is an activity you should never participate in or tolerate.  Here's why...and here's what you can do to help.

Why You Shouldn't Ride Elephants in Thailand

The current state of tourism in Southeast Asia is deplorable. Riding elephants in Thailand is an activity you should never participate in or tolerate.

Ethical Traveler's best ethical tourism destinations based on environmental protection, social welfare, and human rights. Via @insidetravellab http://www.insidethetravellab.com/can-you-score-a-country-on-ethics-the-top-ten-ethical-destinations-for-travellers/

The Top Ten Ethical Travel Destinations

Ethical Traveler’s best ethical tourism destinations based on environmental protection, social welfare, and human rights. Via Thoughtful Luxury Travel – Inside the Travel Lab – Abi King www.

5 things to do in Bohol, Philippines - 5 eco adventures, from meeting tarsiers to diving and chocolate hills!

Things to do in Bohol - 5 Eco Adventures

5 things to do in Bohol, Philippines - 5 eco adventures, from meeting tarsiers to diving and chocolate hills!

Read these easy, expert tips to make sure your travels are as responsible, ethical and sustainable as they can be.

How To Make Your Gap Year Responsible, Ethical And Sustainable.

Read these easy, expert tips to make sure your travels are as responsible, ethical and sustainable as they can be. Travel Tips

Our time at Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary in Thailand and how it changed the way I travel.

Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary, Thailand

Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary, Thailand. One of the few sanctuaries in Thailand that doesn't let guests ride the elephants; because, let's be real, that injures them!

In this post, we’re very happy to ask our friends and like-minded travellers to share some helpful tips on how to travel responsibly and how to actively support the idea of ecotourism so that you can start with these small yet impactful steps yourself. In the end, it’s always best to start yourself if you want to motivate others to follow.

Ecotourism and Responsible Travel: Useful Tips from Expert Travel Bloggers

In this post, we’re very happy to ask our friends and like-minded travellers to share some helpful tips on how to travel responsibly and how to actively support the idea of ecotourism so that you can start with these small yet impactful steps yourself.

Dine for a good cause when you travel to Siem Reap Cambodia. Here is a list of 10 ethical eateries not to miss if you love responsible travel and want to give back to the community. http://myaltruistictravels.com/2016/01/food-for-good-ethical-eateries-in-siem-reap/

Dine for a good cause when you travel to Siem Reap Cambodia. Here is a list of 10 ethical eateries not to miss if you love responsible travel and want to give back to the community.

Many travel volunteer organisations are nothing short of a scam, volunteering in name only. Learn how to spot the good from the bad.

The Big Voluntourism Lie.

Many gap year volunteer organisations are nothing short of a scam, volunteering in name only. Learn how to spot the good from the bad.