What we do?

Advocacy

We do awareness on Responsible Tourism. We encourage travellers, tour operators and also do presentations. Continue Reading

Publication

Our publication, Travel Responsibly & Sustainably encapsulates stories, articles and interviews of best case practices. Continue Reading

Meetings

We conduct meetings directly with tour operators and visiting delegates to raise awareness and promote initiatives. Continue Reading

Promotion

We directly are in touch with stakeholders, leaders of the industry. We do direct marketing efforts like telecalling to create awareness. Continue Reading

About Travel Responsibly & Sustainably

Aim and Vision

There are many projects in India and the developing world being carried out by communities, individuals and non profit organisations that are genuinely working at the grass root level. Most of these projects are carried out with very less or perhaps in many cases, with absolutely no funds.

Mission: To integrate, map and present best case practices from India, Indian Sub continent and the developing world on socially sustainable and responsible projects who may or may not be related to tourism so that some direct benefit by way of mass awareness or direct fund mobilization for genuine projects at the grass root level can occur.

Aim: To make every single traveller a responsible traveller.

Facts and Figure About Travel Responsibly & Sustainably

Promotion of grassroot initiatives from India and the developing world

1020

Presentations

9800

Reach of publication

5000

Facebook likes

1160

Direct meetings

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  • Good works for sustainable tourism

    “I have great respect for those businesses that not only for focus on sustainability, but are reaching out to offer opportunities for women. It feels like there are so many stories to be told based not only on your magazine, but the website as well.”

    Donnie Sexton, Helena, Montana, USA -- Member: Society of American Travel Writers (SATW); International Food,Wine and Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA)
  • Absolutely great publication

    “I read your magazine and it is absolute great what you are doing!! I am very much into sustainability & responsibility. Would love to keep in touch with you.”

    Sara Vitali, Brand Communications Executive at the The Long Run, Tourism at Istituto Oikos Onlus and Blogger at SustainableVisit.com
  • Good responsible tourism website

    “Very nice site.”

    Geoffrey Lipman, President of International Coalition of Tourism Partners

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