Holiday Tours Nepal promotes responsible travel.
Holiday Tours Nepal places a high value on ethical travel. One of our main philosophies is to leave every place we visit in a better state than we found it. A comprehensive list of things to watch out for and keep in mind when traveling is what is meant by "responsible travel." Due to the growth of tourism, which has made previously unexplored trails crowded, traveling can have a significant negative impact on the environment and even local communities. As a result, Holiday Tours Nepal places a high value on leaving a good first impression during all of its trekking and touring vacation packages in Nepal. Sustainable tourism and eco-friendly tourism come to mind as soon as you think about responsible travel. and that's untrue!
Sustainability in Tourism
Using locals for guiding, portering, and even transportation promotes sustainable tourism by assisting rural communities in their development. The community can grow economically and essentially make money from the tourism industry by using the hotels and shops in the village. And that's wonderful! In this way, even underprivileged communities have the opportunity to prosper and earn their way to a better future! When it comes to sustainable tourism, Holiday Tours Nepal does not make an exception. Over the course of many years, our team forged strong bonds with every rural village along Nepal's trekking trails. As a result, it was possible to employ more young and local people, give them a tourism education, and support their growth. Holiday Tours Nepal also contributes to the local economy by only using local suppliers and services for its trekking trips in Nepal.
What exactly does "eco-friendly tourism" mean, then? Simple: Leave the planet greener than you found it today! Traveling generates a lot of waste and, occasionally, disturbs the local flora and fauna. This is also evident in Nepal, where more and more tourists are making their way to the mountains as the majority of the Himalayas are converted into trekking and climbing routes. Waste production rises along with population growth! We actively promote eco-friendly treks and tours in Nepal because of this. By encouraging recycling, using water filters like LifeStraw rather than buying plastic water bottles, and even setting up programs in rural villages to spread awareness of proper waste management, Holiday Tours Nepal takes care to provide strict guidelines on waste management during a trek in Nepal. We always make sure to leave every place we visit better than we found it, aside from waste! In the Nepalese hills and Himalayas, numerous animals, including the Red Panda and Snow Leopard, are sadly on the verge of extinction due primarily to human interference in their natural habitats. Holiday Tours Nepal takes precautions to make sure that we do not fall into that category and that we do not endanger any of the local wildlife or flora.
We can guarantee that future generations will continue to delight in discovering new places and taking in once-in-a-lifetime natural sights by engaging in responsible tourism. Book your trip right away to participate in responsible tourism with Holiday Tours Nepal. Additionally, 2% of each reservation will be given to charities that support the neighborhood and environment.