Stars are plenty, but Earth is only one.
If we want to make our shared future on this green planet better, we need to strive to live, work, and play in a more sustainable manner. Sharing our love for the world is our main goal, and sustainability is a very important aspect of that.
That’s why our minds are always in the future, trying to find the most responsible ways for our guests to create memorable experiences, and preserve our pristine natural environment and the wellbeing of our local communities.
“What is the use of a house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?”
― Henry David Thoreau
Earth is in danger. As part of a global extinction wave, species have been vanishing at an alarmingly accelerated rate in recent decades. The scientific community thinks that this unstoppable process could be the biggest danger to civilization.
The natural world is at risk of being destroyed due to global warming, our expanding population, and our unsustainable consumption rates.
To survive, humanity needs the bare necessities of a stable climate, clean water, and healthy crop pollination. These fundamental requirements are in danger when pollution levels rise and biodiversity suffers from habitat destruction. The quality of life for both current and future generations is in jeopardy, and some even question whether we as humans could even survive it.
It’s time to act now.
Sustainability is no longer a recommended treatment, but instead an absolute requirement.
If we are to successfully address the planet’s environmental issues, we must embrace sustainable solutions in every industry. Tourism is no different.
The World Tourism Organization has clearly stated that in order to provide long-term sustainability within the tourism industry, a favourable balance between the three main sustainability principles must be established. The environmental, economic, and socio-cultural aspects of tourism development. This translates into an incredibly wide range of targets that have to be met.
“Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities”.
— The World Tourism Organization’s definition of sustainable tourism.
All parties involved—from agencies and local suppliers to political groups and visitors themselves—must play their part in the effective development of sustainable tourism. Maintaining a high level of visitor satisfaction by ensuring that visitors have a worthwhile experience and increasing their understanding of sustainability concerns is a significant part of improving sustainability in tourism.
The good news is that more and more individuals are thinking about the environment. By having the least amount of an influence on the environment, they hope to travel more sustainably while exploring new areas.
We are totally dedicated to giving our customers, the people taking part in our vacation packages, healthy, wholesome, and eco-friendly experiences.
We are accredited with the Travelife Certificate, a fair and efficient method that assists tour operators and travel companies in managing and enhancing diverse social and environmental consequences by adhering to sustainability standards.
We have joined different initiatives and schemes to further our commitments and to learn from practical, usable tools for evaluating and enhancing our sustainable operations.
Measuring CO2 emissions on our vacations and at our offices is another method we are actively developing. This research will be completed within a year, and the outcomes will be utilised to determine how to reduce our carbon footprint even further.
The local economy is the foundation of our business approach. We work with local guides who share our commitment to local service providers and production.
In addition to boosting our destinations’ tourist and hospitality sectors, the goal is to lessen the drawbacks of importing via international transportation. We think that increasing the vertical relationship to local culinary brands will help to promote local product development initiatives and the promotion of authentic cuisine, which will ultimately benefit sustainable food and small farmers.
One of the most important instruments we have is education.
Our local tour guides work hard to provide visitors with really fascinating and practical information, regardless of the type of vacation package they choose. Understanding the significance of how to visit nature is essential, whether on a bicycle excursion in the countryside or a hiking adventure in the Alps.
We are fortunate to have inherited some of the most varied and intriguing habitats, both above and below the earth. Our goal is to keep them around for future generations.
Let’s face it, if travel locations were unappealing or, worse, environmentally damaged, there wouldn’t be any tourism.
In order to safeguard our world and, by extension, our personal welfare, responsible outdoor conduct is essential.
Every single person has a responsibility to assist Mother Nature in getting back on her feet. Although the path to global recovery is lengthy, we may achieve success by taking baby moves in the correct direction. As one!
Be a part of the solution rather than the issue.
Save energy. Reduce waste. Help local communities. Buy with care. Inform others.
We’d love for you to share some of your thoughts on how we might improve our sustainability efforts.
Contact us anytime if you want to help us create a better future for tourism and our common planet.