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Sustainability during the pandemic – Images Travel Sustainability Report 2020-2021

Since our last report at the end of 2019 things have changed drastically, in ways that nobody could have predicted with the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. Many of the actions we had planned have been put on hold, but we have still been active and focused on more appropriate matters during these difficult times. We are […]

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In the heart of Indochina

Holidays on the unexplored beaches of Vietnam and Myanmar

Summer is getting closer and you might start dreaming of sun, beaches and sea. White sand under your feet, waves rushing in the background and a cool coconut in your hand… Unfortunately, relaxing on the beach can sometimes be difficult. Huge resorts with private beaches, tourist crowds or mountains of rubbish can spoil your vacation. […]

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Laos – Hidden places

Almost all tourists who head off on vacation to discover the fascinating Laos follow the so-called “Banana Pancake Trail”. Vientiane, Vang Vieng and Luang Prabang are the most visited cities. Tourism is well developed in these places. There are hotels of all categories, international airports and luxurious restaurants. But instead of just following the Banana […]

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Vietnam – Perfect destination for families

Are you planning your next family vacation? Vietnam is certainly one of the best destinations for families with children of all ages. But the long journey might be a deterrent. Even if you fly directly from Frankfurt, it takes about 12 hours to get there. Half a day on the plane with young children, most […]

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The Authentic Cai Rang floating market of the Mekong Delta

On the iconic Mekong River, the Cai Rang floating market gathers thousands of small boats every day to trade from various fruits and vegetables grown in the farms to delicious Vietnamese soups and coffees prepared on board. Close to the city of Can Tho, the largest city in southern Vietnam with more than a million […]

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Discover the Mekong Delta at the rhythm of the bicycle

The Mekong River flows from the Himalayas, runs for more than 4350 km and crosses many Asian countries until it reaches the southern Vietnam where it splits into 9 arms, giving name to the famous Mekong Delta. Thousands of tourists visit the banks of the river every day, but only a few manage to discover […]

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Visit Vietnam’s colorful ethnic minority market in the mountains of Bac Ha

In the town of Bac Ha, Sundays are not only the beginning of a new week, it is also the most important day, when thousands of people will travel to be part of the great Bac Ha market. And no matter what they sell or buy, everyone visits the market wearing its traditional colored suits, […]

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New Year Festival in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Myanmar

Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand may be bordering countries but they all have their own way of life and traditions. Yet, they have one custom in common: the New Year Festival, celebrated for three days from 13/14.04 to 15/16.04 after the harvest and before the beginning of the rainy season. During this time all people […]

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Vietnamese Food Guide

When you start researching about Vietnam, you inevitably come across images of local delicacies. Vietnam is known for its cuisine, especially for its street food. Hot noodle soups with fresh herbs, fried bananas, grilled mussels, roasted corn and much more are offered at the edge of the street. No matter where, as soon as you […]

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Our advice to be a more Sustainable Traveller

Can I have a positive impact whilst travelling ? Of course! Everyone at its own level can help tourism to be more sustainable. Here some advice to follow so you can fully enjoy your travel while respecting the environment and the locals:

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