Sustainable Travel Policy

We believe that it is possible to achieve travel experiences that allow the visitor to identify the natural, social and cultural value of the visited destination, having the possibility of relating in a more direct and genuine way with the local population while generating a true cultural exchange (of local to visitors and vice versa).

We work directly in the destinations, articulating with local operators already certified on issues of sustainability and/or quality, guaranteeing our travelers the same philosophy of work and commitment. We promote and propose activities related to cultural and natural heritage, community tourism programs, tourism networks, and native peoples.

In addition, in our office, we carry out responsible practices such as energy-saving (natural light throughout the working day, recycling of paper, air conditioning in 24 °) fair work practices and we encourage the use of public transport and bicycles.

We believe that there must be total agreement between our actions and the type of experiences that we encourage among our travelers for which we commit ourselves to continuously improve this policy, being the same documented and being communicated to the entire organization, our customers, suppliers, and general public. The sustainability policy will be reviewed and updated periodically.

  Sustainable Travel

Why practice Sustainable Tourism?

To promote experiences where the visitor can identify the natural, social and cultural value of the destination visited. It creates the possibility to relate in a more direct and genuine way with the local population, producing a cultural exchange (from locals to visitors and vice versa).

It´s considered the kind of tourism that generate the least possible impact on the environment and local culture of the place you are visiting, while helping to generate income and employment for local people.

Also referred as Responsible Travel, UNWTO (World Tourism Organization) defines it as “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”.