Through our shared experience, we have seen both the benefits and the dangers of our globalised world, where travel has become accessible for the masses. We want people to continue exploring our beautiful continent but we want people to do it consciously, being aware of local people, local environments and most importantly the impact that mass tourism is having on our world. We want to give people the chance to connect with the locals, understand the current issues facing the country in question at the same time as enjoying the beautiful landscapes and learning how to travel without leaving a footprint. How we achieve our goal:
Our tours always begin with a language lesson so you have the basic skills to be able to communicate with the local people.
We choose to include eco-friendly activities such as hiking, kayaking and cycling to help our travellers engage with local nature.
We introduce you to local cuisine by organising dinners in local restaurants, taking part in wine tasting and cooking lessons and taking trips to local markets.
GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
We choose to use local hotels, restaurants and small businesses to ensure our tours are sustainable for local economies.
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