We try to support understanding, appreciation and conservation of the cultures and environments we visit. We run our tours in a socially and environmentally responsible way.
a) We work with Malagasy people where possible at all levels, we provide training. We ensure managers, staffs contract employees and freelance staffs know,
participate and receive training.
b) We use Malagasy businesses and Malagasy services.
c) We ensure benefits for local communities.
d) We respect local cultures and customs.
e) We treat lightly.
We try to make sure that the negative impact of our tours on the natural environment is minimised. Where possible, we try make sure that our environmental effect is positive.
a) We are efficient in the use of natural resources. Minimum impact to toilets, rubbish, the use of soaps, firewood, water, fuel and other items that can negatively impact the environment.
b) Whenever possible, we use accommodations that are not wasteful of local resources or destructive to the environment. We leave the camp sites we use in same or
better condition than we found it. Where possible we use established, locally owned and run camp sites.
c) Our tours are appropriate to Malagasy conditions. Our group sizes are regulated to minimise cultural and environmental impact.
d) Our tour managers will advise you on the best way to observe wildlife inside and outside the parks.
Get access to the country and the people. We visit and support social projects.
a) We try to prepare our clients by providing information in order to minimise their cultural and environmental impact.
b) We provide cultural and environmental interpretation through site specific Malagasy guides, and by providing our tour managers with the appropriate training
c) We spent time to visit social projects, to learn about culture and way of life. We support social initiatives through financial contributions.
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