African Responsible Tourism Awards winner, Shark Spotters, is working on a project to scale up their shark safety service using automatic shark spotting technology. Fixed cameras will be used to detect sharks and support the "spotting" done by observers.
The closing date for the 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards has been extended to 18 January 2019. Entries have been steadily streaming in, but we’ve been getting requests to extend the deadline for entry. The public can also make nominations for the awards until 31 December 2018. A nomination will be a lovely new
The 2019 Responsible Tourism Awards Africa open and accepting nominations from the public The 2019 Responsible Tourism Awards Africa opens on 23 October 2018. The awards are part of the World Responsible Tourism Awards family, the leading global awards recognising achievement and innovation in responsible tourism. Winners of the African awards are announced
The Best for Global Goals Reporting category in the African Responsible Tourism Awards Since 2018, the African Responsible Tourism Awards has introduced the category for Best for Global Goals Reporting as a standard feature. Instead of being a separate category, entrants into all other categories are automatically entered this category. The category is awarded to
On a drive to Hermanus to interview Frieda Lloyd, Manager of Cape Whale Coast Tourism, I pondered on what makes a tourism destination a responsible tourism destination. Is a responsible tourism destination one in which the local government has created an environment to support responsible tourism and responsible travel? Or is a responsible tourism
Nominations and applications for the 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards are scheduled to open in September 2018. There’s a range of categories, so most tourism organisations doing good work in responsible tourism can find a category that matches their strengths. The categories for the 2019 awards are: Best for Resource Management in Water or Waste