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Curaçao’s Approach to Sustainable Ocean Management

Curaçao’s Approach to Sustainable Ocean Management

The economic benefits of tourism on the island of Curaçao are undisputed, with the revenue enabling much-needed developments ...

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2021 Wildfires: Increasing the Heat on the Climate Crisis

2021 Wildfires: Increasing the Heat on the Climate Crisis

Climate change is one of the biggest problems when dealing with wildfires, caused by an increase in temperatures and strong ...

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Japan’s Animal Hotspots

Japan’s Animal Hotspots

Situated in the Northwest of the Pacific Ocean, Japan is a beautiful island country that features a wealth of historical ...

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The Climate Crisis: A Planet on the Brink

The Climate Crisis: A Planet on the Brink

The likes of climate change and global warming can often be a difficult topic to digest, especially given the sensitive ...

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Seychelles – Environmental Protection through Tourism

Seychelles – Environmental Protection through Tourism

Pure Breaks passionately believe that sustainable tourism is the only way forward when it comes to travel. With an appetite ...

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Treats from the Peninsula: Vietnamese Cuisine

Treats from the Peninsula: Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnam is home to over 96 million people, making it the sixteenth most populous country in the world. Within this ...

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The Ancient Art of Lao Silk Weaving

The Ancient Art of Lao Silk Weaving

A landlocked country bordered by Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, Laos is often neglected on the large tours of Asia but ...

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Climate Change: Rethinking the Timeline

Climate Change: Rethinking the Timeline

An article I happened upon from 1949 by Pat Munroe detailed how “Humans May Have Created Worldwide Warm Weather,” which ...

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Top 10 Safari Escapes in Kenya

Top 10 Safari Escapes in Kenya

Located in East Africa with a coastline flanking the Indian Ocean, Kenya encompasses many landscapes, ranging from savannahs, Lake lands, ...

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Costa Rica: 5 Simple Ways to Travel Responsibly

Costa Rica: 5 Simple Ways to Travel Responsibly

Wanting to steer away from the weekend breaks to Europe and actually make a good impact on the planet? Costa ...

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The Remnants of Khmer: Cambodia’s Mighty Empire

The Remnants of Khmer: Cambodia’s Mighty Empire

Nestled between Laos, Thailand and Vietnam, and bordering the tropical waters of the Gulf of Thailand, with its coral reefs ...

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Is Travel Sustainable?

Is Travel Sustainable?

The pursuit of sustainability within each working sector is by no means an easy feat. It requires sustainability for the ...

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Reconnect to Nature In Kenya

Reconnect to Nature In Kenya

Kenya is the perfect destination for travellers who want to reconnect to nature, experience unique adventures and spend time away ...

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The Mission to Revive Africa’s Tourism Industry

The Mission to Revive Africa’s Tourism Industry

So in case it had slipped your mind, there has been – and continues to be – a pandemic. The ...

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Top 10 Secluded Spots Across the Caribbean

Top 10 Secluded Spots Across the Caribbean

Over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a huge wave of interest in getting back to nature. ...

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Climate Crisis 2021: Changing Lives by Changing Minds

Climate Crisis 2021: Changing Lives by Changing Minds

Climate Change. Since the earliest documentation regarding the impact humanity has had on the planet, we have developed a greater ...

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Top 5 Unique Escapes for Mental Wellbeing in Kenya

Top 5 Unique Escapes for Mental Wellbeing in Kenya

Wellbeing in Kenya With the end of the UK’s lockdown just on the horizon, at last we’re able ...

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Sega: The Dark History Behind Mauritius’ National Dance

Sega: The Dark History Behind Mauritius’ National Dance

To most people in the west, the word ‘Sega’ is simply the name of a video game company. However, to ...

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The Shocking Significance of Ozone Layer Depletion

The Shocking Significance of Ozone Layer Depletion

In 1974 Mario Moline and Sherwood Rowland produced a report drawing attention to the human impact on the ozone layer. ...

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Plastic Versus the Oceans

Plastic Versus the Oceans

Plastic pollution is an ever-growing threat to life in the ocean – a fact that’s now become normalised. ...

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Pure Breaks Introduction to Maasai Culture

Pure Breaks Introduction to Maasai Culture

In the Maasai region of Kenya and beyond, the Maasai people are an integral pillar to our safari experiences. In ...

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The Blame Narrative of Climate Change

The Blame Narrative of Climate Change

The blame narrative of Climate Change One of my first memories of watching the news was a report on an ...

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The Grisly Impact of Oil on the Environment

The Grisly Impact of Oil on the Environment

Oil is one of the three main types of fossil fuels; it is formed from microorganisms such as zooplankton and ...

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Why We Should Stop Overlooking Ecuador

Why We Should Stop Overlooking Ecuador

Ecuador is an astonishing place; a population of 17 million people live in harmony with a mind-blowing amount of ...

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Marine Conservation in the Maldives

Marine Conservation in the Maldives

The oceans play a crucial role in the global climate system. Ecosystems below the surface have changed dramatically over the ...

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Top 5 Unique Okavango Ecolodges

Top 5 Unique Okavango Ecolodges

Home to one of the world’s most diverse landscapes, with the parched Kalahari semi-deserts and bush savannahs to ...

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14 Festivals You Can Experience in Mauritius

14 Festivals You Can Experience in Mauritius

Long stretches of white sand, dazzling turquoise water, and golden sunlight – these are the images often associated with the ...

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The Best Inland Activities on the Island of Mauritius

The Best Inland Activities on the Island of Mauritius

Mauritius is primarily known as a country of lush beaches, coconut trees and turquoise seas. Whilst it certainly does tick ...

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South Africa: Redemption of the Big Five

South Africa: Redemption of the Big Five

The tribulation and redemption of the Big Five – from origin to hunting, to tourist impact and conservation programmes. The ...

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Central Africa: The Crisis of Climate Change on Crop Yields

Central Africa: The Crisis of Climate Change on Crop Yields

Whilst climate change is an issue that affects all of humanity, areas of Africa are particularly vulnerable to its impact; ...

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