Going on a Sri Lanka safari is more than an opportunity to see wild animals, it’s a means to preserve them. During the early 19th century growth and industrialization forced animals to the brink. Now with the rise of National Parks and ecotourism activities, like safaris, native animals have a chance.
Can the ethical tourism really be used as a force for good in Sri Lanka? Can leisure travel fight issues like poverty and inequality? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you knew that your vacation dollars really went to help the people you met and weren’t funneled into some corporate structure somewhere?
Ayurveda in Sri Lanka dates back thousands of years. It is an ancient practice of health and wellness that has gained significant attention as tourism explodes in Sri Lanka. With the sudden rise of interest, how do you ensure that you are getting the authentic treatments and not some watered down tourist bait?
The more we travel, the more we see the importance of Ecotourism. This is a term that you hear often but what exactly does it mean?
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Amazing Adventures for Ordinary People
We are Jenn and Ed, aka Coleman Concierge. Jenn is highly experienced in the service industry. Having worked a lifetime in adventure and travel she knows the industry from the inside.
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