You might have noticed that we’re just a little bit obsessed with this planet Earth of ours. From its gushing waterfalls to its coral reefs, its smoke-belching volcanos to its monkey-swinging rainforests, it’s our Tribal Trip playground, after all.
But we also know that comes with a big responsibility. A responsibility that weighs heavier now than it’s ever done. That’s why we’re serious about staying on the forefront of ethical travel with our community-focused and eco-conscious guiding.
We’ve identified three key pillars of responsible travel for the coming decade:
Our commitment to responsible travel stems from our deep love and concern for the environment and the well-being of wildlife in the places we visit.
There’s no elephant riding on any of our tours and any wildlife experience you go on with us will be vetted to ensure it adheres to global welfare standards. We’ve even partnered with an ethical elephant sanctuary in Thailand that rescues and rehabilitates the great creatures.
We are committed to minimizing our environmental footprint and preserving the natural beauty of the world we travel. Responsible travel involves more than just leaving a positive impact on the communities we visit, but also on the planet we call home.
Care for Mother Nature begins at the individual level, which is why we encourage all our guests to use refillable plastic bottles and minimise waste. Throughout our trips, we aim to stay at eco hotels that mitigate their footprint on the surrounding environment.
At our core, we believe in supporting local communities and economies. To achieve this goal, we collaborate with local guides, suppliers, and operators in all of the destinations we visit on our tours.
Whenever possible, we prioritise working with smaller, family-run businesses rather than large, foreign-owned corporations. By doing so, we can help sustain and promote responsible tourism, while also providing our travellers with truly authentic and distinctive experiences.