Can tourism ever be sustainable? Only if operators and consumers start looking beyond the idyllic postcard images and take undesirable consequences of tourism into account.
Before democracy South Africa's mining sector prioritised profits over the people and environment. Not much has changed.
Other industries plan for the future, but the tourism industry is acting as if responses to climate change will leave it untouched.
The story of Macau is one of globalisation and the rise of China.
A former elf looks into the work that goes into an authentic Christmas experience.
Narratives about successful community-based conservation efforts in Tanzania need to be probed.
For many world heritage sites, flood risks are increasing. But what about places that don't have the funds for protection?
Newly revealed documents show the Commonwealth government approved a controversial tourism plan for Tasmania's World Heritage wilderness without assessing it against federal conservation legislation.
Mind wandering engages the same neural pathways used to receive stimuli from the real world, evoking emotions similar to real life. VR can elicit these same feelings.
The additional precautions many women take when travelling alone help us manage our fears and feel more empowered to enter into public spaces.
Research says South Africa's picture perfect weather conditions are a tourist's dream.
If the UK left the EU without a deal, it could have an impact on passports, driving licences and mobile phone charges.
Cheap flights and irresponsible tourists are causing many holiday destinations to become overrun with visitors.
New coal mining operations could threaten
South Africa's Mapungubwe World Heritage Site.
What turns a seaside resort into something altogether more glamorous? One word can change the fortunes of a whole region.
People think migrants are draining Australia's resources. But if we were to cut down on migration, it would also make sense to introduce policies that limit numbers of international tourists.
Since the 1970s, Wales has been marketed as a footnote to British history.
Environmental organizations are using games to engage communities on conservation matters.
New findings show that the numbers of cubs a cheetah is able to rear is lower in areas that receive lots of tourists.
You can be a better tourist this summer. Here's how.