“All great changes are preceded by chaos.” ~ Deepak Chopra. I’m pretty sure Mr Chopra knows nothing of me, but every now and again I wonder if he has a secret camera hidden somewhere in ETG HQ. Today the new look site is revealed.
The indoor studio setting isn’t always conducive to the relaxing benefits that yoga offers to those keen to connect mind, body and soul. Here are the five alternative and unique places we think you’ll love to unroll your mat.
Photographer Genevieve Hathaway recently visited Alberta and British Colombia with G Adventures, here she shares some of her favourite images of the trip with Eco Traveller readers.
Looptail is really important because I want people to understand our story; where we come from. Our company comes from pure intention. Pure intention has a positive impact in the world using tourism as a vehicle. And I want people to know that.
We were sitting in Shanghai Street dumpling house savouring their infamous Xiao Long Bao, which have had a cult following since day one. It was our third restaurant on the dumpling discovery tour and I was quickly developing a whole new appreciation for these little morsels of goodness.
Dubbed as the country’s most primitive hotel, Kolarbyn Ecolodge in Sweden gives “roughing it” a whole new meaning.
It was not a perfect year, but has there ever been a perfect year? Has there ever been a year when all the love and health and fame we wished for one another ever came to pass?
Costa Rica has successfully branded itself as a sustainable tourism destination for many years, so its wildlife preserves and other natural resources are top-of-mind for many travelers.
Fraser Island is such a unique place. Where else would you find rainforests, giant ferns, swamp vegetation and eucalyptus trees growing on sand dunes 200 meters above sea level?
Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast is the perfect place for a family holiday – patrolled stretches of beach, clear water, a little surf, and great restaurants lining the foreshore.