Even if you’re not that into big cats, this pic would warm the cockles of the hardest heart. We wrote in August last year about the dwindling tiger population in India, one of the last havens for the majestic animal, and the government’s plans to turn one of their last padding grounds into an ecotourism destination.
Set on the outskirts of the small Swedish village of Harads is a scene not unlike something from a 1950’s B movie. Shimmering glimpses of UFO style constructions trick passers-by into believing aliens have finally landed. Splashes of colour and light dance among the branches on the edge of the boreal forest; buildings seem to appear and disappear with every glance.
Eco travel and ecotourism is in the limelight more than ever, with a growing number of holiday options available to travellers. Unfortunately, there are a dubious group of travel companies and resorts that don’t play by the rules, here we discuss how to pick the good from the bad when it comes to booking your holiday.