Gaia is building a solid community of conscious travellers, which is fully aware of its impact on the environment and strives to serve the greater good, at home and away. By committedly sharing our beliefs through this blog and our social media sites - which you can access by clicking on their icons below -, together we can create a positive impact on the way the world travels in the future.
The style of tourism that you can read about here is life changing and aware, to be enjoyed in full consciousness and in the present moment. We encourage our community to spend ethically, eat wholesomely, think positively, act mindfully and learn something new every day throughout their life voyage!
What is Kundalini, you asked me?
Posted 18 Oct 2016, Author : David for www.RamaLila.org
At the subtle level, Kundalini is the fuel which keeps our subtle bodies running.View Article
A Yoga Retreat Journal on Mafia Island
Posted 04 Oct 2016, Author : Leila El Krekshi
Yoga Teacher Leila El Krekshi tells us about her Yoga Retreats on Mafia Island in ZanzibarView Article
The Bushmen of Botswana, a Story of Resistance
Posted 01 Sep 2016, Author : Survival International
There are 100,000 Bushmen in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa and Angola. They are the indigenous people of southern Africa, and have lived there for tens of thousands of years.View Article
Can I make the world more peaceful?
Posted 31 Aug 2016, Author : Art of Living
How I can make a change to peace in the world by simply changing the way I breathe every day?View Article
Juicing to Increase Vitality
Posted 24 Aug 2016, Author : Annie Wyatt
Fasting purifies the blood, regenerating and rebalancing all vital functions in the body.View Article
The Mountain Gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Posted 23 Aug 2016, Author : Bwindi Independent Travel Portal (edited)
The endangered impressive Mountain Gorillas in Uganda don’t live in any zoo across the planet since they cannot survive in detention and thus there aren’t any known mountain gorillas surviving within zoos.View Article
Too many elephants or too much cruelty to elephants? What can we do?
Posted 12 Jul 2016, Author : Joanna Tomkins
Many areas in Southern Africa suffer from elephant overpopulation, whilst the Africa Elephant continues to disappear from areas where it used to occur naturally.View Article
Turtle hatching has started on Mafia Island!
Posted 10 Jun 2016, Author : Mafia Island Diving Centre