Our responsible travel policy is not set as a definitive set of instructions but as a constantly renewing and improving ethos of how we work. We are living in an age where travel and exploration is becoming more accessible to more people. Destinations that were once regarded as inaccessible are now becoming accessible to more people at lower costs. As a company that forms a part of this process we must play our part in ensuring that we manage the development of these destinations and ensure that we preserve the very things that led us to explore them in the first place.
World Land Trust
In an effort to offset the environmental impact that travel has, we have partnered with the World Land Trust to help preserve our precious planet. For every client going on an adventure with us, we will donate £5 to the Plant a Tree programme which funds the nurturing, planting, and protecting of one tree that will help restore a forest for wildlife. For more information on this, visit https://www.worldlandtrust.org/appeals/plant-a-tree/
In addition to this, for every 100 customers that choose us to make their travel aspirations a reality, we will buy an acre of land to give wildlife room to roam. Habitat loss is the greatest threat facing wildlife worldwide. We believe that by protecting land, acre by acre, we are taking the best action to ensure a future for wildlife. To find out more – see https://www.worldlandtrust.org/appeals/buy-an-acre/
These are two new initiatives from the Off the Map Travel team which showcase our commitment to preserving our delicate planet. To find our more you can email us on [email protected].