TRUSTED TOUR OPERATORS
Below is a list of vetted tour operators who are commitment to ethical and sustainable travel. By traveling with one of these companies, you are committed to protecting the planet’s most vulnerable destinations by transforming tourism’s impact on nature and people.
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Earthwatch Institute is a tour operator that engages people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment.
Cheesemans’ Ecology Safaris was founded in 1980 by Doug Cheeseman, a zoology and ecology college professor and his naturalist wife, Gail. Their passion for nature and all living creatures made them pursue safaris all around the world.
San Diego based tour company offering rapidly growing field of volunteer vacations. Operating since 2011, their trips average one to two weeks and focus on volunteering either with children and schools or animals and wildlife.
Offers eco-friendly whale watching and diving tours in Baja California Sur. The only tour operator in Cabo San Lucas certified by the World Cetacean Alliance for Responsible Whale Watching.
A luxury African safari company offering personalized trips throughout the African continent from their home base in Cape Town. Their mission is to challenge, connect and to leave a positive legacy for Africa.
Costa Rica tour operator offering responsible tourism options for those who are conscious of the ecological, social and cultural imprint of travel and who believe that small actions can make a big difference.
Bike, food, segway, and walking tours with locations across Europe and the United States. Their mission is to provide fun, and unforgettable experiences that are environmentally friendly and sustainable.
Ecoventura is all about cruising the Galapagos and enriching the lives of their travelers. They are committed to providing active adults and families an authentic experience in small compatible groups, offering a safe and memorable voyage on their fleet of four expedition vessels.