(English) Sustainability through Hostelling: ‘Every Small Drop Counts’ is a YHA China program specially designed to provide an opportunity for hostel managers to achieve a better understanding of conservation and sustainability.
(English) Stayokay Soest reopened its doors to its first new guests early last month following a major refurbishment that has seen the hostel virtually fully renovated. Take a look at how beautiful this hostel has become!
(English) Earlier this month Stayokay Egmond reopened its doors to its first new guests following a major refurbishment. Egmond is a sustainable, family-friendly hostel providing every conceivable modern amenity for a comfortable night’s stay. Find out all about this fantastic new hostel here!
(English) The purpose of ‘European Destinations of ExcelleNce’ (EDEN) is to showcase what Europe has to offer, unique destinations that, until now, have been relatively undiscovered. Find out these great destinations in the beautiful country of Slovenia.
(English) There are many examples of ‘green’ YHA hostels in Australia, including the Grampians in Victoria, Port Douglas in north Queensland and in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales. Here is a small sample of some of our top eco-conscious hostels.
Earth Hour 2012 is at 8.30pm, Saturday 31 March and is the time to celebrate your action for the planet with the people of the world by switching off your lights for an hour, and then go beyond the hour! Here are some of the things happening within the HI network of Associations and hostels.
(English) Nestled within the 110 million year-old Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation Beach House YHA is situated on seven acres of absolute beachfront, with World Heritage reef and rainforest providing epic front and backyards.
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