Navigating Through Colombia
For writer Jemima Sissons, a trip to Colombia was meant to be the adventure of a lifetime. But when flooding hit the country and derailed her plans, she took a detour, exploring lush hills, coffee estates and breathtaking national parks.
Chumbe Island: Marine Ecotourism at its Best
Chumbe Island, a half-mile-long coral rag island just eight miles south of Zanzibar’s infamous Stone Town, has become a celebrated ecotourism success story in the Zanzibar archipelago. Its history is a narrative best told directly by Sibylle Riedmiller, a German conservationist who came to Chumbe looking for a coral reef to protect in the late 80s.