WELCOME TO THE COMMUNITY: 3 PUREISTS OFFERING UP WINE EXPERIENCES LIKE NO OTHER

4 -min. readDraw up three new place settings at the community’s table for the recruits who’ve taken the fruits of the vine beyond the bottle with experiences no wine buff would want to turn down.

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HOW THE EXPERTS ARE SUSTAINING TOURISM IN VICTORIA FALLS

4 -min. readFrom reinforcing anti-poaching units to introducing philanthropic, conservation-focused tours, find out how the hospitality experts in Victoria Falls are turning the area into a sustainable tourism model for the whole of Africa to follow.

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FINDING PEACE IN HANOI’S HUSTLE AND BUSTLE

7 -min. readUnpack the peaceful beauty behind the hubbub of Hanoi – dubbed by Stanley Stewart as "the lost city of Asia".

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4 PROJECTS THAT ARE PUTTING PEOPLE AT THE HEART OF SUSTAINABILITY IN GORONGOSA NATIONAL PARK

5 -min. readGet the low-down on four projects that, by putting people first, are developing new opportunities for Gorongosa’s communities and restoring the Park's wildlife – while providing an exciting array of new tourist attractions along the way...

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TUNE IN: BRINGING THE BEATS BACK TO BUSINESS

1 -min. readFor times when music speaks louder than words, "Tune In" for a new series of playlists to inspire you on your road to Changing Worlds. This week, turn up the volume to rediscover your passion behind your purpose. The music is here and the time for action is now – here’s to making every business minute count.

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A TALE OF DISCOVERY: THE POWER OF HUMAN CONNECTION IN ANGKOR, CAMBODIA

7 -min. readStanley Stewart roams to find reason and rhyme amongst the captivating ruins of Angkor – only to find them in one local's mesmorising, heart-wrenching story...

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BETTER TOGETHER: HOW PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS ARE LEADING THE WAY IN AFRICAN NATURE CONSERVATION

4 -min. readHeather Richardson tells us why she – and many others – believe that the industry should be putting their local communities first so that they can connect with their clients on a deeper level and enhance their offerings.

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SURF’S UP: WHY WELLNESS AND WATER SPORTS GO HAND IN HAND

4 -min. readEmma Love dives into the positive mental effects that come with a dip into the water and a deepdive into an exhilerating new hobby.

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UNDERSTANDING THE SOLO TRAVELLER

3 -min. read"Experiences for one, please?" Find out why the rise of solo travel cannot be pinned to a single demographic, and how best to cater to this trend that should be shaping the industry's offerings the world over.

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A NEW WAVE: THE FUTURE OF EXPEDITION CRUISES

4 -min. readA new fleet of expedition cruise ships are on the horizon that have upscaled their offerings. Amanda Ho speaks to front runners Silversea and Quark Expeditions to find out what lies ahead for the exhibition market.

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AN INSTA-DILEMMA: CONNECTING IN A DISCONNECTED SOCIAL LANDSCAPE

6 -min. readHarriet Whiting explores a social world beyond the veneer of Instagram’s picture-perfect images, and tells us why travel brands need to master the art of meaningful, authentic storytelling to stand out from the crowd and get travellers to connect with their offerings.

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HOW TO WIN AT ACHIEVEMENT TRAVEL

6 -min. readFrom skill learning to endurance-testing treks, find out how travellers’ psychogenic “Need for Achievement” – N-Ach for short – is driving their never-ending quest to tick self-gratifying activities off their bucket lists. James Davidson advises on how best to couple the warm glow of achievement with high-end hospitality.

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STRIKING THE BALANCE BETWEEN EMOTION AND PRACTICALITY IN MARKETING IMAGERY

8 -min. readWhat does your hotel photography say about your brand’s story? Not much, James Davidson argues. Dive into the narratives behind mind-blowing aesthetics to discover where to draw the line between practicality and emotion in marketing imagery.

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A MORE REFINED TASTE: HOW VINEYARDS ARE REACHING BEYOND THE WINE GLASS

4 -min. readEmma Love investigates the rise in popularity of organic wine, and the latest on what Europe's finest hoteliers cum wine experts are offering their guests to satiate and tantalise their ever-refining palates.

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FES: WHERE COMMERCE MEETS RELIGION, MEETS THE WOLSELY CAFÉ IN PICCADILLY

5 -min. readTake a stroll through the streets of a Moroccan enclave like no other: where the business and religion realms collide; and where the designs are intricate and the lemon tarts, delicious.

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IN IT FOR THE LONG RUN: DR DELPHINE KING ON THE SUSTAINABILITY JOURNEY

8 -min. readWe spoke to Dr Delphine King, director of The Long Run, an international community of nature-based tourism businesses. She tells us how sustainability is integral to the future of tourism, and what steps travel businesses need to take to start making a noticeable difference.

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WHY CAMPS IN BOTSWANA HAVE GONE GREEN

4 -min. readFind out why – and how – camps and lodges in Botswana are barely leaving footprints behind them in the building and maintenance of their properties.

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PROTECTING PANGOLINS, SCALES ‘N’ ALL

4 -min. readAs the world's most trafficked mammal, the unassuming pangolin might not fit the title 'endangered' – but valid concern for this mammal's survival has hit now the fan. Heather Richardson fills us in on how tourism and the travel community can protect our scaly friend.

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A STORY OF PROGRESS AND PRODUCE

8 -min. readFrom using basil grown in a Brooklyn parking lot to farm-to-table produce, there are plenty of ways to achieve the 'fresh' results that the progressive world demands of its food. James Davidson investigates how hotels can up their sustainable food game – without scrimping on quality or flavour.

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ARCTIC FEVER

9 -min. readBowled over by the astonishing beauty of the desolate wilderness in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, Olivia Squire tells us how her experience at Arctic Haven inspired in her an Arctic wanderlust too bewitching to shake...

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