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Tourist behaviour

When travelling to a new country, it is incredibly important to be mindful of your behaviour to ensure that you do not break the law, offend people around you or damage the culture, community or environment.
Below are links to blogs we have written about tourist behaviour you may want to reconsider.

Don’t feed the children

In every developing country I have visited, I see children begging. Each time I am torn about helping. I know they probably do need food or money but I also know it is dangerous to give them either. Here is one perspective from my time living in Tanzania & Kenya and from my experience on safari in these countries.
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Volunteering: What you need to know

Empower someone more disadvantaged than you is one of the most rewarding experiences you could ever have. Before you quite or day job, buy a one-way ticket and head off to save the world, here are a few things you should consider to ensure you are truely making the positive impact that you want to.
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