Doing Right By You
We aim to promote the cross-cultural aspect of all our trips and we encourage all challenge participants to take an active interest in the well-being of the dedicated staff who support them during their time overseas. While preparing our participants for their challenges, we stress the importance of leaving each destination as you found it, supporting the local economy by purchasing locally-made crafts, and treating local people, environments and wildlife with utmost respect. In order to uphold our high ethical standards, we have sought accreditations from a number of relevant charities and schemes.
A final note
Each year, we review our challenges to ensure they meet the high ethical standards we expect, as well as keeping up with the practices and legislation within our destination countries. We encourage our participants to partake in responsible tourist practices - both in general, and specific to their destination country - and guidelines for this are given in the Briefing Pack for each challenge.
On top of our own accreditations our suppliers in country boast an incredible amount of in-country qualifications, memberships, awards and accolades. Including but not limited to; LATA, APTAE, Atlas, 1% for the Planet, Adventure Travel Trade Associates Membership, Institute of Fundraising, Certified B Corps, MKPS, The International Ecotourism Society, TAAN etc.