How to Turn Your Farm into a Tourist Attraction? – Guest post by Shane Haumpton

Agricultural tourism or “agritourism” is a fast-growing trend in the travel industry, but it’s not a new concept. In Europe and beyond, farms have long been offering a variety of agriculture-based experiences, ranging from on-farm accommodations to educational and “pick your own” tours. Some regions would take advantage of harvest seasons by hosting festivals and … Continue reading How to Turn Your Farm into a Tourist Attraction? – Guest post by Shane Haumpton

Best Hiking Trails in Scotland – guest post by Paul McCormin

While there are numerous trails all over the world, Scotland, with its raw and scenic landscape, is one of the ideal places to hike as there are many different trails suitable for different types of hikers. Scotland constitutes over 800 islands with many beaches, pristine valleys, towering mountains and wild coastlines, so there are innumerable … Continue reading Best Hiking Trails in Scotland – guest post by Paul McCormin

Ecotourism – is it helping? – Guest Post by John Stuart

The Earth’s demise has been predicted by hundreds of different cultures through the ages. But we don’t know when or how it’ll end. We do know, however, that every day, the Earth’s lifespan is lowered by the people that inhabit it. The changes are happening all around us but none are feeling the strain more … Continue reading Ecotourism – is it helping? – Guest Post by John Stuart

Concreting over our National Parks

I admit that the title to this post is somewhat over the top but it is the vision that springs to the minds of many people I have spoken to about UK Environment Secretary Owen Paterson's plans to increase development in England's ten National Parks including the Lake District, the Peak District and Dartmoor. Now … Continue reading Concreting over our National Parks