Rickshaw in the news
Here at Rickshaw, we think good things can happen when we travel. We’ve usually got a few stories to share and new trips to shout about. And we often collaborate with like-minded organisations, travel journalists and bloggers to help get our message out. Check out some of our latest coverage below to see what we’ve been up to recently…
Family Traveller | Costa Rica
Travel writer, Jane Dunford, heads to Costa Rica for some auntie/niece time and gets more adventure than she bargained for! Read about her family adventures in Costa Rica…
The Telegraph | India
Forget Jaipur: Here’s how to visit the real Rajasthan – When does a trip transcend a mere “holiday” to become “travelling” – something altogether more meaningful that takes you beyond the surface-level experience of the casual tourist?
The Telegraph | Cambodia
Unspoilt Cambodia: An introduction to the country’s lesser-known sights – There’s more to Cambodia than Angkor Wat (though Angkor is pretty darn impressive!). We sent Harriet O’Brien on a journey to discover the path less-trodden in Cambodia.
The Guardian | Thailand
Jungle tales: Village-based tourism in Thailand – Away from Thailand’s popular island destinations, inland, amid exotic fauna and flora, there are unspoiled villages where you can stay with local communities and enjoy some truly rewarding experiences.
National Geographic Traveller | Thailand
Thailand: community-based tourism – We’re chuffed to bits to see some of our most out-of-the-way and authentic Thailand experiences featured in National Geographic Traveller. Want to find out how you can explore the authentic side of Thailand? Read about Tamsin’s adventure with Rickshaw.
Wanderlust | Indonesia
Life in the slow lane: Island hopping in Indonesia – From wild shorelines and epic scenery, to some of the most diverse cultures in the world, read about Mark Stratton’s journey through the islands of Nusa Tenggara, East of Bali.
Psychologies | Myanmar
Making a difference – When turmoil strikes, what can we do to help? Myanmar has been the source of some troubling headlines. But we truly believe that’s why it’s even more important to visit, as Ali Roff experienced…
Woman and Home | Borneo
Four of the best authentic experiences to have in Borneo – Borneo is fast becoming a popular tourist destination. But where can you find truly authentic experiences? We sent Rachael on a journey to the lesser-visited state, Sarawak, to experience some of Borneo’s alternative highlights.
We’re always on the lookout for new partnerships and ways to share our experiences and travel stories. For any PR enquiries, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org