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King’s Bruton has enjoyed an excellent partnership with World Expeditions for many years. As part of our popular Gap Year Programme we rely exclusively on WE for the management of our fund raising expeditions each year. We have experienced nothing but professionalism, dependability and commitment to our ethos. At the locations of our expeditions we have found the local ground agents to be highly reliable and well respected in their communities. World Expeditions have delivered first rate experiences for our teams in North Africa and we look forward to many more years of effective partnership.
Responsible Travel Awards
>> 2012 - 'Greenest Travel Brochures' for our Himalaya 2012/13 brochure - Travel Weekly
>> 2011 - Most Outstanding Travel Product Award at the Australian Society of Travel Writer’s (ASTW)
>> 2008 - Inaugural 2008 Leadership Award - World Expeditions - Responsible Travel and Tourism Forum, Toronto
>> 2008 - 50 Tours of a Lifetime - Arnhem Land Marine Rescue Project from our Community Project Travel program - National Geographic
>> 2008 - Winner of the inaugural Leadership Award at the Responsible and Travel Tourism Forum (RTTF)
>> 2007 - The World's 25 Best New Adventures - Arnhemland Marine Rescue Community Project - National Geographic Adventure
>> 2006 - Highly Commended for Best in a Mountain Environment category in the First Choice Responsible Tourism Awards
“World Expeditions is a global adventure travel company with over 30 years experience around the planet. Their Nepal trekking operation, run by Nepalis, is notable for its pioneering Porter Protection program that has set the industry benchmark, which many companies are starting to follow. All porters are provided with generous insurance, all the protective clothing and footwear needed, all camping and cooking facilities, as well as food” -- First Choice Responsible Tourism Awards, 2006
>> 2001 - Winner of the WWF Environmental Achievement Award for our publication of 'Responsible Travel Guidebook'