If you’re planning your Tunisia itinerary and looking for interesting things to do around Tunis, the Mornag Eco-Farm is well worth a visit. Just south of sprawling Tunis, the farm has been modeling sustainability since 2011 for a young generation of Tunisians.
We recently sat down with Deborah Regen of EcoTourLinQ for a spotlight interview. She’s created an online test site for a community of people “like you who are concerned with environmental conservation and responsible travel”. You can find her original spotlight post here – Spotlight: Interview with Engaging Cultures.
WHAT WAS YOUR PRIMARY MOTIVATION TO LAUNCH THIS […]
“From ancient olive trees to instinctive hospitality, Jordanians are using their natural resources to cultivate a sustainable tourist industry.”
Small puffs of white materialized in the light blue sky, a site virtually unseen here between the months of May and October. A thick layer of dust covers all surfaces begging the clouds to emerge from their hibernation and make their long awaited appearance signaling that the rainy season is […]
Crossing sites off a bucket list can be fulfilling, but we need to add more human experiences to our bucket lists.
After our tours, we ask our guests to give us the top 2 highlights from their trip. They often say: Petra and the village experience in Ghor.
A simple experience with […]
Preserving Petra is no easy feat. After all, just because Petra has been called a city “half as old as time,” that doesn’t mean it will be around forever.
Carved some 2,000 years ago, this ancient city has managed to stay remarkably well preserved through the centuries. What are some of the threats to The Rose […]
Our friends at The Abraham’s Path Initiative and the Ayoun Community Project have started weekly walks in this beautiful area of Northern Jordan. If you’re traveling in Jordan, or live here and want to experience this surprisingly green side of Jordan, check it out.
Walks are held each Saturday and include a locally prepared lunch in […]