Posted On Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Nepal is famously attractive for adventure seekers, mountain hikers and rock climbers. Apart from a gorgeous destination for adventure, it is famous for its local lifestyle, culture, traditions, historical heritages and ever welcoming nature of Nepalese. Therefore, it is very important to be culturally aware before travelling to Nepal as they are a country with customs that are embedded with their cultural traditions.
Posted On Tuesday, August 25, 2020
While you are not able to travel overseas at the moment, these dishes are sure to take you there. When we travel the world, we are bound to find many differences from where we are from; and that can stem from culture and history.
Posted On Tuesday, August 18, 2020
Our charity the FutureSense Foundation have partners across all 6 of our locations and we want to uncover just how hard they work in the communities they serve. For all animal lovers, you’ll love to hear the work we do with Elephant Nature Park in our Thailand hub. Working hard year-round, the founder and the team on the ground continuously working to protect species and their habitat and eliminate animal cruelty.
Posted On Tuesday, August 11, 2020
At our hub in Battambang, Cambodia, the Futuresense Foundation hold a partnership with a Cambodian Non-Profit, Children’s Action for Development (CAD). The community-based, non-government organisation has been running since 2006, their main efforts being to reduce child labour and increase education.
Posted On Wednesday, August 5, 2020
If you get the chance to come with us to Peru, you can pack in 500 years of history into your experience. The Sacred Valley of Peru has several breathtaking Inca ruins and archaeological sites still standing today which allows us to assemble the history of the ancient civilisation that came before us. These spaces reveal the innovation, power and resourcefulness that the Incas had.
Posted On Wednesday, July 29, 2020
In March India enforced one of the strictest and largest lockdowns that we have seen during the pandemic, with over 1.3 billion people told to stay home with very short notice. Unfortunately, the Indian Government’s lockdown has had huge social and economic impacts, compared to what we have seen across developed countries.
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