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It was such a great trip. Really rewarding to clean up the beautiful beaches up there - we found lots of ghost nets, which made us all feel glad to be there so we could get rid of them (didn't find any trapped turtles but saw lots of turtle tracks on the beaches) - and to hang out with the Dhimurru rangers and learn a bit about Yolngu culture. ....weather was sunny most days, and warm but not too hot - we even went swimming in the sea most days.
Responsible Travel Guidebook
We aim to ensure that our destinations retain their natural character and cultural diversity for future generations. This can only be achieved with the support of all of our travellers and business partners.
“The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) was founded in 1986 with a vision of travel and tourism becoming the world’s first ‘global peace industry” and the belief that every traveler is potentially an “Ambassador for Peace.” As an integral part of this vision, IIPT has promoted a social and environmental ethic within the travel and tourism industry. It is most gratifying to know that a global adventure travel company has simultaneously been aiming for a similar objective. World Expeditions’ Responsible Travel Guidebook is testimony to their inherent vision to make travel a valuable player in the health of our world and it’s people”. Louis D’Amore, Founder, International Institute of Peace Through Tourism
You’d be surprised just how easy it is for you to be a responsible traveller. The best place to start is becoming aware of the issues. Before you travel next, read the new issue of our Responsible Travel Guidebook to be equipped with the knowledge necessary to protect the environment; contribute to communities in need; advocate against animal cruelty; take action to protect vulnerable children; support sustainable development and preserve the world’s many rich and diverse cultures.