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Eco Tourism and Responsible Travel

Eco Tourism and Responsible Travel
Aloha Expeditions is highly conscious of the necessity to protect nature and to make sure that the local community benefits from tourism as well.
Don’t forget to read our inspirational ecotourism travel blog
Above all, we want to convey this to our guests. We support and practice Ecotourism with the intent to conserve the balance of this region for future generations, without denying the joy of the unexpected. Preparation allows us to fashion journeys in a harmonious and purposeful manner.
Our passion for travel goes beyond the yearning for discovery – Ours is a reasoned, tried and tested approach to the enjoyment of a truly amazing continent…!
According to The International Ecotourism Society, ecotourism is, ‘Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people’ (TIES, 1990).
Ecotourism Australia defines the term as ‘Ecologically sustainable tourism with a primary focus on experiencing natural areas that fosters environmental and cultural understanding, appreciation and conservation’.
At Aloha Expeditions, we know Ecotourism as ‘the involvement of tourists in environmental conservation activities directly linked to addressing human development needs, and promotes equitable sharing of benefits accrued from tourism with local communities while supporting their nature conservation values’.
So what really is Ecotourism?
It is actually all of the above. The underlying words are ‘responsible tourism’ and ‘local cultures’. It brings together conservation, communities and tourism.
Ecotourism is NOT a type of tourism like other types of tourism e.g. Adventure, beach, culture-based, wildlife, sports, scenic, specialized etc.
• Not a comparison or alternative to mass tourism
• Not an exclusive way of doing tourism
BUT … a tourism business approach or strategy for achieving the goals of sustainable development. Hence, ecotourism principles are applicable to all types of tourism and tourism products
Models of Ecotourism:
• Conservancies (nature, wildlife, shrines)
• Tourism enterprises (lodges, camps, treks, etc)
• Tourism sector-based Corporate Social
• Responsibility (CSR)
• Travellers’ philanthropy
• Tourism supply chain management
• Tourism investment – Private-Public Partnerships
• Direct capacity-building community development Programs
Principles governing ecotourism:
1. Encourage travel to natural areas
2. Minimize impact of tourism activities on natural attractions
3. Recognize and build awareness about local conservation values and their importance to society
4. Provide direct benefits and empowerment for local people at destinations without retrogression on environmental, cultural or local living standards.
5. Respect local people, their customs and culture
6. Support sustainable development of local economies through direct involvement and participatory decision-making.
Ecotourism Kenya plays a vital role in promoting ecotourism in Kenya.
Ecotourism,Green Tourism,Responsible Tourism u0026amp; Sutainable Travel is in our DNA and is our First,Second,Third u0026amp; only priority. While on holiday Take Nothing but PICTURES,Leave Nothing but FOOTPRINTS, Kill Nothing but TIME and always strive to leave the destination and local communities better than you found them.
At Aloha Expeditions, we know Ecotourism as ‘the involvement of tourists in environmental conservation activities directly linked to addressing human development needs, and promotes equitable sharing of benefits accrued from tourism with local communities while supporting their nature conservation values’.
At Aloha Expeditions we know you’ve got things you’d love to do, places you’d love to see, cultures you’d love to jump into and adventures to experience and remember forever.
We will do all we can to promote ecotourism u0026amp; sustainable travel

  1. Reduce the consumption of primary raw materials (including fossil fuels, water and energy). We stress the importance of switching off all electrical lights and equipment.
  2. Encourage sustainable practices by staff, travel partners such as hotels and airlines and our clients.
  3. Encourage and demonstrate sustainable approaches to the built environment in our refurbishment and maintenance projects.
  4. Minimize waste production and divert it from landfill, therefore supporting the reuse, recycling and recovery plan.
  5. Consider sustainability in the procurement of goods and services, as well as encourage bulk buying.
    Prevent pollution and environment damage where possible, and advocate for garbage separation.
  6. Work with conservation organisations that support environmental, community and wildlife protection.
  7. Advocate strongly for green commuting, telecommuting, carpooling, taking mass transit and human-powered commuting.
  8. We advocate for the use of green materials such as biodegradable soaps.
  9. Encourage travel to natural areas
  10. Minimize impact of tourism activities on natural attractions
  11. Recognize and build awareness about local conservation values and their importance to society
  12. Provide direct benefits and empowerment for local people at destinations without retrogression on environmental, cultural or local living standards.
  13. Respect local people, their customs and culture
  14. Support sustainable development of local economies through direct involvement and participatory decision-making.

Read more about our Responsible travel Ecotourism initiatives
Sample some of the eco rated facilities
At Aloha Expeditions we do more than pay lip service to Responsible Tourism – we have been committed to it since our very beginnings and have also established the Aloha Foundation to support and develop community projects in destinations we visit.
To us Responsible Travel coincides with Responsible Business, designing adventures with the local people, culture and eco-system in mind. We are very aware of the economic, ecological and ethical impact tourism can have on ancient cultures and fragile environments.
We realise that taking clients through these regions can have a detrimental impact if not handled responsibly and as such, on all of our tours we go to great lengths to minimise the negative and accentuate the positive – after all, there are also many good things that the traveller can bring!
A successful Aloha Expeditions tour not only delivers a unique and unsurpassable journey for you, but it will also benefit the people whose lands we are privileged to visit.
We have our own dedicated in-house Responsible Travel Team, which meets regularly to review and measure our responsible travel policies. This is not only crucial to help ensure best practice across both our group tour and tailor-made holiday itineraries, but the ideal forum to develop new ideas and initiatives.
We guarantee that when designing our tours, we utilize our own experiences to break down barriers, and provide ethical business for those lesser known areas with so much to offer.
We pride ourselves on challenging perceptions and raising awareness through low impact experiences and ethical business – not just through charity work. What can you expect from us? And what do we expect of you while travelling?
Here at Aloha Expeditions, we are determined to minimise the negative side-effects tourism can bring to the areas we visit, and the communities we work with. Alongside, the fantastic work of the Aloha Foundation and our support for a range of wildlife and environmental causes, we have launched an initiative to promote the use of filtered water bottles among our tour leaders and clients.
To further demonstrate our commitment to reducing plastic water bottle waste and in response to overwhelming levels of concern expressed in client feedback, we have taken the decision to stop providing bottled water as a part of our group tours from July 2018.
As well as our focus on environmental and cultural tourism, the well-being of all wildlife and its natural habitat is also very important to us. We don’t offer elephant riding on our holidays and we abhor animals being exploited or put to any unnatural uses.
Aloha Expeditions works with inspirational community based tourism initiatives that are helping local people in isolated rural areas earn a living from tourism, while preserving their unique cultures.
We believe that if we all make small changes to our travel habits we can all have a really positive impact – from considering where to visit, making plastic swaps and packing lighter; to respecting local culture and spending your money at grass roots level within communities you visit. Even if you implement a handful of these suggestions you will make a difference.
Where we can, we support communities and family enterprises at a grass root level. One of the most effective and enjoyable ways is through food!
Dining with local families not only allows us to help provide a direct income, it offers our travellers a delicious home cooked, traditional meal and the chance for both parties to learn more about each other’s cultures.
In 2019, Aloha Expeditions set up an initiative to encourage clients to ‘go paperless’, donating funds to the Aloha Foundation for every client that chose to receive their travel documents by email instead of post. Now around 90% of our group tour clients are choosing paperless travel documents.
Life can occasionally get a little repetitive and mundane, which is probably why travelling appeals to so many of us, becoming almost a necessity. And perhaps that’s why responsible travel sounds, well, too responsible, when adventures are all about seizing the moment. When else would beers at 11 am be a fabulous idea? Or scaling limestone rocks even if you actively avoid a commute with a slight incline of a hill? And, of course, you’ll try that deep-fried cricket, even if you’d usually turn your nose up at a pallid cheese sandwich from the reduced section, despite it looking like it could survive a nuclear war.
The point is the usual rules just don’t apply when you’re travelling, and that can reinvigorate a lust for life. But this complacency can cause far-reaching negative effects.
It happens to the best of us, often without even realizing the implications. The concern is that international travel is on the rise and a lot of insignificant actions are becoming hugely significant, threatening the beautiful world we love to explore.
Here at the Aloha Expeditions office, our responsible travel team often meet to discuss ways we can make a positive impact on the countries we visit and share ideas of how we can travel more responsibly. So, here are our suggestions of small positive changes you can implement the next time you set off on your adventures:

  • When booking with Aloha Expeditions, check out our policies on responsible travel.It’s been an integral part of our business policy from the very beginning and we’ve even established the Aloha Foundation to create awareness and deliver funding to projects through the developing world, often where we’ve seen a need within the destinations we’ve established tours. These kinds of initiatives are gaining momentum in the tourism industry, so even if you don’t book with us, be mindful of this elsewhere. After all, they’ll be handling the intricacies of eco-travel for you, saving you the extra research time
  • Research places that are not typical tourist hotspots.Over-tourism isn’t just about being annoyed at throngs of tourists in your photos, or taking away from the ‘authenticity’ of a place, it’s causing damage to world heritage sites that have stood the test of time, it’s damaging the environment and in some cases, is negatively impacting the communities in popular bucket-list destinations. There are plenty of amazing places out there not overrun by tourists which are not only more atmospheric but you’re more likely to be sold unique wares for good prices and you’ll have more of an opportunity to get to know local people and understand a different way of life in a genuine way. They’ll serve more authentic, tasty food, too! This strengthens the surrounding communities and will leave you feeling richer for the experience. We always take this into consideration when creating itineraries.

Machu Picchu is a huge victim of over tourism. In just 20 years tourist numbers jumped from 400,000 to 1.4 million tourists, damaging the ancient ruins. After UNESCO threatened to place it on the ‘List of World Heritage Sites in Danger,’ the Peruvian government limited ticket numbers to 5000 a day, to be used in two timed slots and visitors must be accompanied by an approved guide.

  • Try to prioritise eco-friendly or locally owned hotel/guesthouse options, if you’re not booking with us. They often put a huge amount of effort into lessening the impact on the environment, so it makes it easier for you to travel responsibly. You sometimes find that these hotels will employ and train locals for staff, frequently providing much-needed jobs.
  • Research local customs and phrases in the local language, once you’ve settled on the right experience for you. Even the smallest of efforts shows consideration and respect.

We select eco-friendly accommodation such as the Shinta Mani Wild on our Southern Cambodia in Luxury Tour, which was built on 350 hectares of protected land in cooperation with the Wildlife Alliance. They educate guests on the threats to the ecosystem, protecting the wildlife corridor between Bokor National Park with Kirirom National Park and provide employment opportunities for local residents.

  • Planning what to take away with you ahead of time can ensure you don’t overpack. The heavier your luggage the more fuel is required by the aeroplane, and therefore, carbon emissions increase. It’s easier to throw that extra top in ‘just in case’ but, if everyone follows suit, that’s up to 143 extra tops on board! Your poor shoulders will thank you too.
  • If you take single-use plastic, bring it back home with you and recycle it properlyif there aren’t proper recycling options where you’re headed.
  • Consider ‘naked’ toiletry options, if the above sounds like a hassle, such as:
  • Lush have an extensive range of ‘naked’ products such as shampoo bars and solid conditioners(which lasts 80-100 washes and takes up far less room in your bag) or dry shampoo, powdered/solid deodorants, shower jelly/bombs, toothy tabs and mouthwash tabs. ‘Naked’ means they don’t use plastic, or in instances where they do use plastic, they make it much easier to recycle.
  • A standard bar of soap in a reusable soap container is still much betterif you aren’t sold on the thought of plastic-free products.
  • Bamboo toothbrush > plastic toothbrush
  • Flannel > plastic loofah
  • ‘Yes To’ facial wipes are made up of 100% plant cellulose, as opposed to standard make-up wipes/wet wipes, which contain up to 60% non-biodegradable plastic, at almost the same price. Alternatively, you can buy reusable muslin cloths/flannels to remove your make-up.
  • Paper stemmed cotton buds > plastic cotton buds
  • Invest in reef-friendly sunscreenif you plan on taking a dip in the ocean at any point. Badger Sunscreen is a good option.

Thailand’s Maya Bay, made famous following the movie The Beach, saw 5000 visitors a day, devastating the ecosystem and forcing the Thai government to close the beach. Marine life was all but wiped out and 80% of the coral reef sustained damage from the excess of boats and snorkelers wearing sunscreen containing chemicals that are toxic to young coral. The closure began in June of 2018 and was eventually made indefinite. Marine life has already begun to return to the area.

  • Pack a scarf. Even if you’re heading straight for the sweltering plains of Africa. It can be used as a pillow, blanket or eye mask on your flight, or it could be fashioned into a sarong or a top, or cover shoulders when entering temples, or as a face guard if you’re whizzing through the desert, to protect your head from the sun. It might even make a decent emergency parachute. Don’t try this, of course, it’s mostly just good to have hope.
  • Take a tote-bag with you.For shopping in cute markets, to hold your beach gear, for day trips or to hold dirty laundry. You need never accept a plastic bag if you’re toting a tote or two!
  • Consider investing in a Kindle, or similar, for downloading your holiday readingrather than having to pack lots of heavy books. Nothing beats a book, of course, but at least it’ll ensure you never run out of reading material on a trip.
  • Take your own headphonesso you don’t have to use the plastic ones wrapped in – the horror – more plastic.
  • Pack a refillable filtered water bottle, such as Water-to-Go.It filters out 99.9% of microbiological contaminants from any non-saltwater source in the world. This means whether you’re trying to get in your minimum of eight ounces every hour on your dehydrating flight, filling up at dodgy petrol station sinks in Pakistan like Clem, or trying to satisfy a hefty water addiction, like Tara in India (who’s used to only the best Sierra Nevada mountain water back home!), you’ll never go thirsty and there’s no need to contribute to the single-use plastic problem.
  • Download your e-ticket on to a smartphonerather than printing out your ticket on paper.


  • Travel responsibly from start to finish.When booking flights for group tours with Aloha Expeditions, transfers to and from the airport are arranged with the group you’re travelling with. We also offset your carbon footprint when you book your flights through us. For more information on this, read our blog ‘What is Carbon Offsetting?’ or read more from EcoAct.
  • Taking public transport lessens your carbon footprint.Even if you aren’t travelling with us, opt to take the train or the bus to the airport or carpool together if you’re going with friends.
  • Try and opt for a direct flight rather than one with layovers so you’ll save on carbon emissions.
  • Refuse the complimentary in-flight bags the airline hands out.Have you seen the movie Inception? Well, this is like that but with plastic within plastic. But no Leo DiCaprio (he’s off fighting global warming elsewhere). It’s easy to make your own though: just pop a toothpaste tab with a bamboo toothbrush, your multi-purpose scarf and earplugs into your hand luggage. Voila!

Approximately 15% of the world population travel every year. That’s 1.2 billion people. This number is predicted to increase by 60% by 2020.

  • Treat each and every country as if it were your very own home. You are a guest – show respect, be polite, always throw your rubbish in the bin and dress respectfully, according to local custom.
  • Always be aware of what you’re buying as souvenirs.At best, you might be purchasing something that will come with a hefty fine if you attempt to take it out, or into a country that prohibits those imports. At worst, you may be creating a demand for the poaching or import of endangered animals, including ivory, fur, medicines made from animals and in some cases, live animals. It’s important to be vigilant. Sometimes souvenirs can be mislabelled to sell to tourists, or it may be difficult to spot. Don’t assume that just because you can buy it, it means it’s legal or ethical to do so.
  • Don’t encourage animal abuse.If on your travels you ever see a wild animal (often monkeys) being touted around by a local or in a cage at an establishment, never play with it, take pictures or buy it – even with the best intentions of taking it to an animal shelter. Unfortunately, this creates demand. Ignore it, encourage others to ignore it, or firmly inform the manager that you fully intended to spend a lot of money in the establishment but won’t be for that reason. It may be easy to judge the people doing this but consider that their situation may be desperate, and they aren’t aware of or care about, the animal’s welfare over their own. Just don’t give them attention or money. It won’t occur if it doesn’t yeild the results they desire.
  • Always ask permission before taking photos of people, it’s just polite.Apply the same rules as you would at home, for example, is it an appropriate time and place? Don’t be rattled if they ask for a tip, either pay up, haggle a bit or politely decline. If you take a good one, show them!
  • Don’t interact with wild animals. You don’t want to lose any fingers and you definitely don’t want them losing their life once they feel comfortable approaching the next human with less than good intentions.
  • Always turn off your air con/lights when you leave your room, use water sparingly and try to reuse your towel.It may seem obvious, but not all countries have electricity and water in abundance, be conscious not to add to the problem.
  • If hotels have miniature toiletries, don’t use them or instead, donate them to shelters, and then encourage the hotel to consider ditching the single-use plastic and have fixed dispensers installed instead.
  • Refuse a plastic straw, save a turtle.If you really need something to slurp down those cocktails without getting a pineapple slice in the eye, invest in a metal re-usable straw. Check out ‘The Benefits of Turtle Tourism’ if you want to see how tourism and wildlife can co-exist in a mutually beneficial way.
  • Buffets are not good for the environment.This is a tough one but try to resist. Hotels will always provide a surplus of food at a buffet (imagine the ruckus if they ran out before everyone had eaten) and this means a lot of food will be thrown away. A recent study found that just over half of buffet food goes to waste which is hugely damaging, not only to the environment (food waste in landfills produce methane which is 21 times more damaging than Carbon Dioxide) but considering one in seven people around the world go hungry, it’s incredibly wasteful.
  • When buying goods, don’t drive too hard a bargain. Some countries expect a bit of haggling (though be sure to check first) but most people aren’t trying to scam you, they simply assume you can afford it since you’re visiting their country in the first place. Consider how much those last few digits mean to you and what they might mean to that person’s family.
  • Giving to begging children is incredibly problematic. It’s difficult to refuse kids who might be begging you for money, all doe-eyed and scruffy, but it fosters a begging culture. And this doesn’t just apply to money. Sweets are a definite no-go when you consider that dental care may be too expensive for a lot of people across the world to afford. School supplies are also a tricky one as they can just be sold back to shops. This practice undermines parents and encourages kids to stay OUT of school if they know they can earn money, which sets them up for a life of poverty. And often, organised child-trafficking groups who have caught on to the earning potential of begging kids in popular tourist destinations, abduct children and maim them if they’re not perceived to be ‘cute’ enough to earn. When they get too ‘old’, they are often pushed into prostitution, or worse.

It’s estimated that 300,000 children across India are drugged, beaten and forced to beg every day and according to the Indian National Rights Commission, 40,000 children are abducted every year.

  • Encourage hotels to be ‘greener’ – if you notice your hotel could do with some eco-friendly improvements, in the form of better recycling facilities or to reduce their plastic waste etc, speak up! Make sure you outline this in any feedback you give them, they should welcome it.
  • Sing the praises of any initiatives/travel companies/hotels/restaurants etc. that ARE doing things right!Leave reviews, tell your friends, encourage others to visit if they need recommendations, spread the word. Other establishments that aren’t quite up to scratch may start to make some changes, so they too get the praise and recognition that brings in the paying customers.
  • Research ways you can lessen your carbon footprint at home. Once you’re in the mindset of travelling consciously, living consciously will be easier too!

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