SUSTAINABILITY IN ACTION
Foster cultural interaction
We do our best to foster communication and involve the local communities in our activities. We try to facilitate cultural exchange and authentic meetings.
Support local charity
We are participating in several projects in remote and disadvantaged areas, to support small infrastructure construction or help kids in medical emergency.
Reduce environmental footprints
We take actions to minimize our impact on the nature and environment, through eco-friendly transportation or waste recycling for instance.
Support ethical partners
We make sure that all our stakeholders follow the same sustainable practices. We also favor partners that are committed in ethical projects such as fairtrade shops.
A MUTUAL BENEFICIAL TOURISM
A better community for residents
The money that tourists spend can be reinvested in local economies, from public services to education.
Did you know that for every $1 generated in direct Travel & Tourism GDP, more than $2 are generated on an indirect and/or induced basis
Lots of jobs
Tourism is a sector that is all about people - and as such is an incredible driver of job creation from big cities to small local communities.
Did you know that in 2019 the sector employed 1 in 10 people on the planet and it created 1 in 4 of all new jobs globally in the last 5 years
More creative and entrepreneurial
Tourism’s positive ripple effect not only helps support local businesses but fosters entrepreneurship and new business ventures.
Did you know that 80% of the sector is composed of SMEs
Opportunities for all
Tourism offers opportunities to people from all walks of life, supporting vulnerable groups, including minorities, youth and women among others.
Did you know that the tourism sector has almost twice as many women employers as other sectors and employs a higher share of youth than the overall economy
More peaceful and more tolerant
Tourism is a driver for peace. It helps promote tolerance between people as they learn and better understand each other’s cultures.
Did you know that countries that have more open and sustainable tourism sectors will likely enjoy higher levels of positive peace in the future
Tourism can help protect and finance the preservation of historic and cultural sites, and even prompt the creation of new community initiatives.
Did you know that 40% of travellers identify as cultural tourists?
Preserving the wildlife we love
Tourism can help protect and revitalise wildlife through preservation programmes against illegal poaching and creates conservation jobs
Did you know that the total economic contribution of wildlife tourism amounted to $344 billion in 2018, equivalent to the entire GDP of South Africa or Hong Kong
Fueling the adoption of sustainable tech
Tourism helps accelerate the integration of innovative technologies, which can facilitate your everyday activities while enhancing sustainability and creating more touchless experiences.
Did you know that 66% of consumers are using less cash and moving toward more contactless solutions in the wake of COVID-19