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WTM London : 2017 the year of Sustainable Tourism
2 years ago

WTM London : 2017 the year of Sustainable Tourism

The World Travel Market London, the WTM, is one of the biggest tourism fair, just after the IBT in Berlin. Every country has its own booth whose size depends largely on …
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Iceland: the Blue Lagoon vs the Secret Lagoon
2 years ago

Iceland: the Blue Lagoon vs the Secret Lagoon

When Denis told me that we were going to Iceland, the first thing I thought was how impatient I was to go to the Blue Lagoon. I was already imagining …
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3 week itinerary to Vietnam
2 years ago

3 week itinerary to Vietnam

Vietnam is not a very big country but there are quite a few things to see and there is something suitable for all tastes. While the North is traditional and relatively green, the South part is more industrial and Western. Then of course the border is not completely clearly traced out and you will be able to find very typical/authentic spots in Southern Vietnam as well.
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Iberostar Praia Do Forte; a brazilian resort on a green transition
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2 years ago

Iberostar Praia Do Forte; a brazilian resort on a green transition

We were particularly curious to discover more about their practices, especially because we had never interviewed an all-inclusive resort and we were curious to know how they handle waste especially. …
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Laguna Miramar : a remote pristine oasis in Chiapas Mexico
2 years ago

Laguna Miramar : a remote pristine oasis in Chiapas Mexico

We went there in 2014 when there were still very few reviews of it on the internet. Laguna Miramar was described as a pristine natural area situated not far from Palenque and San Cristobal (everything is relative of course). To get there , well no less than a day from Palenque, knowing that we had to go first to Ocosingo a small village located 2 hours drive from San Cristobal.

One of the most terrific memories from Mexico is without a doubt the Laguna Miramar.

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Phong Nha Ke Bang: explore one of the greatest natural reserve in Vietnam
2 years ago

Phong Nha Ke Bang: explore one of the greatest natural reserve in Vietnam

We decided to stop by Phong Nha Ke Bang for several reasons; the richness of its nature, the beauty of its landscapes and the many caves. It is in a limestone zone of 2,000 km2 in Vietnamese territory and borders another limestone zone of 2,000 km2 of Hin Namno in Laotian territory.

Phong Nha Ke Bang is a national park and UNESCO World Heritage.

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Why you shouldn’t go to Nha Trang in Vietnam
2 years ago

Why you shouldn’t go to Nha Trang in Vietnam

For those who don’t know where Nha Trang is or why we bring it a particular interest, well you need to know that as per Wikipedia: “Nha Trang is well-known for its beaches and scuba diving and has developed into a popular destination for international tourists, attracting large numbers of backpackers, as well as more affluent travelers on the south-east Asia circuit; it is already very popular with Vietnamese tourists, with Nha Trang Bay widely considered as among the world’s most beautiful bays” Read More

8 amazing objects to help you green your holidays
2 years ago

8 amazing objects to help you green your holidays

When we go on holidays, there are some essential accessories and gadgets to have in every travel pack. Cameras, chargers, toiletries, tablet, computers..etc. We always go on holidays with objects that are supposed to ease our trip and add a little comfort to it. Read More

What to do in 2 weeks in Brazil : our green itinerary
2 years ago

What to do in 2 weeks in Brazil : our green itinerary

January 2016, Denis surprised me with a trip to Brazil (I have the best boyfriend ever Sourire). For a long time we aspired to travel to Rio and finally here we go! We didn’t have much time to prepare, but we did our best to combine ecology and tourism. The program was divided in 4 parts, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Chapada Diamantina and Praia Da forte. Read More

Brazil’s two-faces attitude to sustainability
2 years ago

Brazil’s two-faces attitude to sustainability

Brazil, the country of samba, carnival, flip-flops and football is also the country with the richest biodiversity in the world.16 times the size of  France and 1.15 time the size of the US if you exclude Alaska. Its dimensions and complexity, both marine and terrestrial, mean that it may never be completely described. Read More