Sustainable Tourism

We have seen first-hand the impact (both positive and negative) that tourism can have on a local community. From boosts to businesses and the restoration of local landmarks to the devastation of wildlife and the industrialisation of rural areas, destroying societies and their way of life. Tourism has got to be done properly and we have made it our mission to promote a positive mentality and practice, working with local destinations to encourage an immersive tourist experience with an emphasis on cultural exchange to build a global community and a sustainable future.
It is with this in mind that we eagerly signed up to the African Travel and Tourism Association (ATTA) in supporting their Charter for Sustainable Tourism. The Charter follows the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and formalises these into an ambitious proposal to endorse the following ten principles:
1) Enhancing Local Prosperity
To increase the proportion of tourism spending that is retained locally, by employing local people, encouraging local purchasing and, where possible, sourcing goods and services from local businesses.
6) Reducing Emissions
To identify and measure greenhouse gas emissions relating to tourism operations and take action to reduce them through minimizing energy consumption, favouring renewable energy sources, and promoting the use of resource efficient transport options.
To find out more about the Charter and our involvement in promoting a positive impact for tourism, please get in touch by clicking here.

Make the most of your African experience

Allow us to tailor an adventure to be everything you need it to be, because no two holidays are the same.

Stay up-to-date

Sign up to our newsletter, and keep a lookout in your inbox for our latest news and offers!

Our Destinations

Holiday Types

The Legal Bits

Get in touch