Travel CONSERVATIONISM
  • Marietas Islands Close to the Public

    Read about Marietas Islands and discover why its our responsibility to protect their ecosystem.

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  • Cloud Forest in Gardens by The Bay

    Visit Cloud Forest in Singapore, a man-made mountain that’s covered with a veil of mist and houses teachings about sustainable tourism.

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  • The Big Five

    Go on an adventure and meet the Big Five, five magnificent and imposing animals you’ll find at the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

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  • Turtle Releasing

    Live in harmony and solidarity with nature by experiencing turtle releasing in your next trip to the beach.

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  • Myths and Facts About Sustainable Tourism

    DINKtravelers invites you to discover the myths and truths surrounding ecofriendly tourism. Travel responsibly!

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  • Marquelia Destination Guide

    Tourism in Marquelia invites us to restructure our idea of luxury as it offers us a different perspective of natural and environmental wealth.

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  • Gorillas Trekking in Rwanda

    Visit the Volcanoes National Park and encounter gorillas. The only risk you run is not wanting to go back home.

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  • Responsible Travel

    Protect the destination you visit as you do your hometown because the Earth is home to all of us. Travel sustainably.

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  • Ecotourism in Costa Rica

    Enjoy an ecotouristic experience in the Caribbean when you visit the Tortuguero National Park in Costa Rica.

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  • Akagera National Park

    Travel to Rwanda, live an unforgettable safari experience at Akagera National Park and strengthen your bonds with wildlife.

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  • Traditional Village Tour in Zimbabwe

    Broaden your horizons by traveling to Zimbabwe and visiting its traditional villages. Learn about other ways of living and finding happiness.

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  • Follow Etiquette Rules

    Littering in Singapore earns you a high fine, so mind your manners!

  • Save on Tips

    In Singaporean restaurants there is often a 10% service charge added to the bill, so you don’t need to tip extra.

  • Save Some Cash

    Take your own napkins to Singaporean restaurants because you need to pay extra for them.

  • Save on Rides

    The most practical means of transportation in Singapore is the MRT train system.

  • Save on Rides

    Taxis in Singapore have different rates depending on the car’s color and model. Silver ones offer a premier service, so they’re more expensive. Save cash by taking a yellow or blue cab.

  • Get Vaccinated

    Before traveling to Singapore get an International Vaccination Certificate for Yellow Fever if you visited Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru or Venezuela 6 days prior to your trip.

  • Follow the Rules

    If you use public transport in Singapore, remember that you can’t ear or drink while riding them. Avoid fines!

  • A Natural Promenade

    In Gardens by the Bay, apart from visiting Cloud Forest you can visit the spectacular eco park for free.

  • Drink Safe

    In Singapore, it’s safe to drink tap water.

  • Save in Rides

    If you take the subway in Singapore, which is very comfortable, keep your ticket and get a discount in your next trip.

  • Travel Green

    Sun exposure at the beach is part of the fun. Apply biodegradable sunscreen with 50SPF.

  • Use 60SPF

    Use biodegradable sunblock creams with 60 SPF because, according to studies, sunblock creams with a greater SPF don’t work.

  • Choose the Best Travel Season

    We recommend visiting Marquelia in December and January when the weather is hot and the ocean water is warm.

  • Travel Green

    If you travel to Guerrero in December, don’t miss the chance to liberate turtles at the beaches of Marquelia.

  • Relax Without Crowds

    Visit Marquelia any time of the year and you’ll find a tourist-free relaxing vacation spot.

  • Chilena Music

    One of the attractions you’ll find in Guerrero is “chilena” music. It’ll make you dance!

  • National Parks in Rwanda

    Apart from visiting the Akagera National Park in Rwanda, make the most of this trip by going to see gorillas from up close at the Volcanoes National Park.

  • Mind Your Habits

    When you take the Traditional Village Tours in Zimbabwe, follow your guide and interpreter’s instructions and ask him for help if you want to address the villagers. Avoid approaching them on your own as some of your customs or habits may be offensive to them.

  • No Bubbles!

    In Singapore it’s forbidden to chew gum in public places. It’s considered as something that causes littering.

  • Lions City

    Singapore means “Lions City” in Sanskrit.

  • Double Independence

    Singapore has had two Independence movements, one from Great Britain and the other one from Malaysia.

  • The Asian Tigers

    Singapore is considered one of the four Asian tigers. The other ones are Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan.

  • Singlish

    Most people in Singapore speak Singlish, a hybrid language that combines English, Cantonese and Malayan, among other languages.

  • Singaporean Diversity

    In Singapore you can find diverse cultural neighborhoods, such as the Chinese, Indian and Arab boroughs.

  • Millionaire Destinations

    Singapore is the fourth financial center in the world.

  • Thousands of Places Where to Stay

    In Singapore there are more than 30,000 hotel rooms that meet the country’s great economical and touristic demand.

  • Architectonic Tech

    Cloud Forest in Gardens by the Bay has a huge dome that simulates the tropical weather.

  • Virgin Landscapes

    The abundant vegetation in Marquelia makes you feel as if you were visiting a virgin beach.

  • How to Get to Akagera National Park

    The closest airport to most of Rwanda’s national parks is the one located in the country’s capital, Kigali. Some certified tour companies offer transportation to and from the airport.

  • Souvenirs from the Traditional Village Tour

    Local artwork is a souvenir that reflects the work of people who dedicate long periods of time to making unique and detailed works. Among popular creations you will find there are crochet garments, stone sculptures and ceramics with colorful African designs.