Next blog post on responsible travelling with regards to marine life, by IYOR intern, Talia Wong: By now, you’ve probably seen our social media post regarding the general guidelines and code of conduct for being a responsible traveller as developed by the World Committee on Tourism Ethics. If you haven’t, click here and it’ll redirect … Continue reading Tips on being a responsible traveller
Blog post by IYOR2018 intern, Talia Wong: Today we’ll be kicking off the series with #BeResponsible. We’ll be talking about Ecotourism and Responsible Tourism and how The Dorsal Effect as an eco-based travel agency fits into it. First, we’ll be revealing the defining traits of Ecotourism & Responsible Tourism, identifying their commonalities and differences. WHAT … Continue reading #BeResponsible – “Take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints.”
The Dorsal Effect will be partaking in Earthfest2018! Visit us at our booth and enjoy a day out with your family and friends. It’s going to be a awesome time eating and witnessing a future we can all look forward to. All you need to do is click here and you’ll have the ticket. … Continue reading Earthfest2018 x TDE
As we usher in the new year, we have our darling IYOR2018 intern, Talia Wong, with her second post giving a little bit of a recap on what TDE has done thus far: The Dorsal Effect From giving talks on shark conservation in schools, executing The Dorsal Effect’s eco-business plan, giving pitches to obtain funding for … Continue reading TDE Background info recap
As 2018 approaches, TDE is very lucky and excited to have a new IYOR2018 intern, Talia Wong, to help us with a series of articles and posts for the next 3 months! Thank you Ria, Wild Singapore and the rest of the IYOR2018 team for making this possible! Here’s Talia’s very first post of the … Continue reading It is the holidays, where are you heading off to this time?
It was a return trip with the ISS International School Singapore students on the IB program Grade 11 students for their group 4 project, this October, and it proved emotionally rewarding for me indeed, on so many fronts. I loved seeing how the teachers buy in to the message of the trip was very possible … Continue reading ISS return trip to Lombok