When guests from Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge go searching for rare mammals like one-horned rhinos and Bengal tigers in Nepal's Chitwan National Park, then only a classic Land Rover will do as their mode of transport
Sustainable Tourism Advocate Hindy Weber Embarks On An Eco-centric Journey To The Himalayas
Eleven years ago, my husband and I decided to commit to a healthier and more sustainable approach to raising our family. First order of business was to get away from the pollution and frenetic pace of Makati. We moved about an hour away to Sta....
Glamping has given luxury camping a bum rap for far too long. The extravagant, posh term referring to experiences where glamour meets camping has turned off some adventurers who would otherwise enjoy this upscale approach to sleeping under the stars.
In Chitwan National Park, in the lowlands of southern Nepal, in slanting morning light, a tiger emerged from long grass and stepped onto the dry dust of a dirt track. A female of larger than average size, about two feet to the shoulder and five feet from the nose to the base of the tail.
The glamping trend has swept through Asia, with new luxury tented camps setting up in the region’s most pristine locations.“It is different than an African safari,” John Roberts, director of elephants at the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation, tells CNN Travel.