Calling All Conscious Travellers: Mindful Trips For The Win

Published February 27th, 2020

Look, it’s 2020, we can no longer ignore the world is under some serious social and climate strain. When it comes to travel, we want to be part of the solution. If you’re looking for a unique holiday that opens your mind, fills your heart, and—importantly—lines up with your ethical values, you should absolutely check out our new Worldwise Self Guided Mindful Trips.

These trips include:

  • Only ethical, educational & sustainable animal interactions
  • Accommodation & transport providers who prioritise sustainable & ethical practices
  • A list of recommended local social enterprise businesses
  • Donation of an environmentally friendly Solarbuddy solar light to change a child’s life

Now, you just have to decide on Bali, Cambodia, Thailand or Vietnam?

Or, chat to a consultant today about how to tailor your trip to be more mindful!


Go Beyond Bali

Get to know Bali a little better as you master the waves with a surfing lesson, sample authentic Indonesian food, and cycle through lush mountain villages.Give back by supporting local family owned cafes and  take part in an environmental beach clean-up at Finns Beach Club.



Conscious Cambodia

Discover your inner Lara Croft and the mystery behind the legendary Angkor Wat, experience the countryside firsthand on a bike tour along the majestic Siem Reap River, and sample local delicacies on a street food tour. Take the chance to visit social enterprise restaurant, Jaan Bai, that provides skills and employment for youth to help them break free from poverty.



Thoughtful Thailand

See the real Thailand on a local bike and boat tour, learn all about elephant rehabilitation and preservation, and experience a true organic paddock to plate dining experience. Plus—it’s okay to treat yourself too—enjoy a massage in Chiang Mai at a social enterprise massage shop, helping women released from prison find their way back into the community. 



Valued Vietnam

Your chance to go off track in Vietnam—see hidden Hanoi and the Hoi An countryside, and discover natural beauty on a Ninh Binh boat Tour. It wouldn’t be a trip to Vietnam without lots of eating—spend time with local families and dine at family-owned restaurants where your tourist dollar will also support vital community businesses.

Okay, now, go on holiday, but make it mean something….

See more on our Mindful Trips here.