We are on a journey to become a B Corporation and reach the highest standards of sustainability in our business. Find out how and why.
Responsible tourism means many things to us at ETG. On the one hand, it means travelling in a way that contributes to the local economy and promotes fair, ethical practices. We believe that the best responsible tourism schemes benefit local communities as much as the travellers themselves.
Then, there is the environmental impact of travel to consider. Naturally, you can’t get to Asia from Europe without taking a flight, and we understand that for many people this means a long-haul holiday is not ‘sustainable’. We do not shy away from this way of thinking; there’s no point ignoring the elephant in the room. However, on this blog, we do consider ways to offset carbon emissions with donations and contributions to environmental organisations, as well as how to reduce your carbon footprint in-country. We also discuss how tourism can actively benefit conservation efforts in destinations and support animal welfare, too.
Head of Travel Nick Clark explores how we can make our holidays ‘count’ in an era of disposable travel.
We’re walking 40km on the south downs, whatever the weather!, and we need your help! We want to raise £1000 to contribute to education in Myanmar. Will you support us in our aim?
One of Experience Travel’s favourite hotels in Siem Reap, Shinta Mani, is leading a push to complete 1,500 wells for local communities as soon as possible. The Shinta Mani Foundation,…
Experience Travel were privileged to be involved in a new short video for the Jubilee Debt Campaign. Parts of the video were filmed in and around our office and one…