2,1 billion people in the world live in high poverty, with less than $ 60 per month. The World Bank has identified tourism as a source of economic development in order to enable certain regions to get out of poverty.
However, often developing in an uncontrolled manner and ignoring the needs of local populations, tourism does not always have a positive impact. By keeping them away from this wealth creation and causing a strong and negative impact on their natural and cultural environment, mass tourism leads to major imbalances in several regions.
Sustainable tourism, a unique experience for the traveler
Another way to travel, an authentic experience, a human adventure, a journey of learning, of discovery, of encounters, and of mutual respect between the traveler and the local inhabitant in destinations full of natural and cultural assets.
The tourist becomes a stakeholder with a direct and positive impact in the host community. He discovers the reality of a country and of a region by creating a healthy and equal relationship with the local people.