Ice cream, goats on a beach, lighthouses to explore and campfire marshmallows – it’s the kind of stuff that little kid dreams are made of. This is why Prince Edward Island (PEI) is great for family vacations. My husband
Feynan Ecolodge Adventure Off the beaten path in Jordan's Dana Biosphere Reserve, the Feynan Ecolodge is setting an example in sustainable tourism. We’re coming from Petra, our driver pulls off the road into a
Nzirambi Education Fund, Uganda The Nzirambi Orphan Talent Development Centre (NOTDEC) was started by Dorothy Nzirambi nearly 30 years ago when she took in an abandoned baby whose mother had died during childbirth. She was living in
Conservation: Gorilla Trekking in Uganda When it comes to conservation, Uganda prioritizes the protection of gorillas of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. You can help too! When you choose a gorilla trek, you must pay a gorilla permit.
Women Artisans in Jordan Visit women artisans in Jordan to support the community and purchase traditional hand-made souvenirs. During my recent trip to Jordan, on our Custom Jordan Tour, we finished the trip with a stop to
Why you shouldn't volunteer in orphanages Having had first-hand experience in working with and supporting the Nzirambi orphanage in Uganda, Social Impact Traveller doesn't recommend volunteering in an orphanage. Read on to find out why we think
Travel with Purpose: Empowering Women of Peru Peru is facing challenges due to overtourism. But tourism is also helping to empower communities, particularly those along the route to Machu Picchu. Read on to find
Family Vacation: Baby's First Family vacation time is important to Social Impact Traveller because we want to help parents introduce the next generation of travellers to ethical travel and responsible tourism. It's about having fun, seeing the