We stand for fair and sustainable tourism
Sustainable tourism in Morocco – Fair and responsible travel in North Africa
As environmentally conscious people, we shop in organic shops, recycle our garbage and like to swap our car for our bicycle. The way we travel, however, is still a point where nature conservation, sustainability and fairness are not always taken into account. With our Morocco trips we take responsibility and make sustainable travel child’s play. But not only sustainability is an important issue, fairness is also an important factor. Fair tourism means: We support Moroccan small businesses such as family-run accommodations and restaurants, rely on local travel guides and show social commitment. This is not only good for the country and its people, but also helps you get to know Morocco from its most authentic and beautiful side.
Why is sustainable tourism so important?
By the terms sustainable travel and fair tourism, many people often mean holidays in their own country or in their direct neighbours. And correct: If you travel by train instead of by car or plane, you have taken the first big step towards climate protection. But even air travel, such as to Morocco, can be made economically and ecologically sustainable. This starts with not supporting the construction of large hotels in natural areas and ends with fair working conditions for all local people working in tourism.
We work exclusively with local providers
In a country like Morocco, which has not yet caught up with Western countries in its economic and social development, fair tourism is of particular importance. We show our responsibility and respect for the country Morocco, where we rely 100% on local offers and providers – from family-run accommodation to camel guides who will guide you safely through the desert. This is the only way to ensure that the financial benefits of tourism actually reach the population and do not end up exclusively in the hands of international companies. In constant dialogue with our local partners, we not only keep the wishes and needs of our holidaymakers in mind, but also the well-being of the locals. The result: Sustainable travel leads to unique experiences from which both sides benefit equally!
Fair and sustainable travel to Morocco
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