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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  • 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!

  • 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.