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Responsible Tourism


Our Policy

  • To focus, particularly, on visiting national parks, wildlife reserves and wilderness areas which, by and large, do not benefit from the rewards of mass market tourism.
  • To minimise environmental damage by exploring in small groups and, as much as possible, on foot.
  • To use, wherever possible, local guides… and to train them to the highest standards expected by modern-day wildlife tourists.
  • To involve local communities wherever possible in our operations, and to ensure that they receive a fair share of the benefits of wildlife tourism.
  • To use, wherever possible, small, locally owned, family-run accommodation, and similarly owned and operated specialist local agents/ground operators with a wildlife/conservation bias and sympathy.
  • To purchase, where possible, local produce.
  • To develop and commit to long-term plans to visit rural areas and support the local communities.
  • To contribute financially or materially to projects local to the areas that we visit (ie. schools, hospitals, etc.)
  • To educate the local people on the importance and long-term benefits of wildlife tourism.
  • To keep our clients well-informed on aspects of wildlife management and conservation.
  • To work with European and overseas conservation organisations to develop new wildlife tourism destinations.
  • To run our Spanish office in as energy-efficient a manner as possible.
  • It is our aim to encourage and develop a passion for wildlife and wild places amongst our customers (many of whom are novices, trying this form of holiday for the first time), and the conservation of them.



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