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Is Blogging an Effective Content Marketing Tool for Travel Brands?

Is Blogging an Effective Content Marketing Tool for Travel Brands? 

 

by Ayako Ezaki

 

This original article first appeared on TrainingAid.

 

 

Australia is one of the world’s most diverse natural places!

Australia is one of the world’s most diverse natural places!

 

This article first appeared on Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours' Blog.

 

My Summer in the Amazon

My Summer in the Amazon

This blog first appeared on Gondwana Ecotours

 

In 2011, I volunteered in the Ecuadorian Amazon. I discovered a delicate yet complex world teeming with life and giving life. Seeing this ecological wonder in person is life-changing to me.

2015’s Top Travel Destinations: 5 Ecotourism Experts Weigh In

 

2015’s Top Travel Destinations: 5 Ecotourism Experts Weigh In

 

by Bret Love and Mary Gabbett.

 

This original blog first appeared in Green Global Travel.

 

The History of Surfing

 

 

 

The History of Surfing

 

This original post can be found on the Gondwana Ecotours Blog.

 

 

Tourism Businesses: Nine top tips to make your business more eco-friendly (and make your clients happier!)

 

Tourism Businesses: Nine top tips to make your business more eco-friendly (and make your clients happier!)

 

This original blog first appeared on the ECHIDNA WALKABOUT NATURE TOURS:
AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE IN THE WILD Blog

 

The Moon and I: A Look at Cultural Celebration

 

The Moon and I: A Look at Cultural Celebration

 

This blog first appeared on the Gondwana Ecotours Blog.

 

Little Fishing Villages, Big Vision of Ecotourism in Brazil

 

 

Little Fishing Villages, Big Vision of Ecotourism in Brazil

by Felipe Zalamea

 

Travel Storytelling: How Can Stories Help Destination Marketing?

Travel Storytelling: How Can Stories Help Destination Marketing?

 

This original article first appeared on TrainingAid.

 

 

Tales of the Aurora

 

 

Tales of the Aurora

by Jared Sternberg

 

This original blog first appeared on the Gondwana Ecotours Blog.

 

Community-based tourism: a tool for sustainable development

 

Community-based tourism: a tool for sustainable development 

by Felipe Zalamea

 

This original article can be found on the Sumak Travel Blog.

 

Why llamas? Because they are a native and highly eco-friendly animal

 

 

 

Why llamas? Because they are a native and highly eco-friendly animal

 

Llamas are indigenous animals perfectly adapted to pack labor in high altitudes and mountain trails, unlike foreign carrier animals introduced to Peru such as donkeys, mules and horses, whose use results in trail erosion and ecosystem degradation.

 

 

Croatia: Sustainable Travel

 

 

 

Croatia: Sustainable Travel

 

by Rhea Franjetic, owner of Cosmopolitan Adventure Tours

 

This blog was originally posted in the Cosmopolitan Adventure Tours Blog

 

Give Green Gifts this Festive Season!

Give Green Gifts this Festive Season!

 

 

Ditch the kitch!

 

Compensate for the carbon footprint of your holiday travel this year. Gift green this festive season with Greenpop’s holiday tree drive!

 

Borneo Eco Tours awarded as Winner in the “Best in Community Engagement & Development” category by Wild Asia Responsible Tourism Initiatives

Borneo Eco Tours awarded as Winner in the
“Best in Community Engagement & Development” category
by Wild Asia Responsible Tourism Initiatives in ITB Asia, Singapore
 
 
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