At Wild N Happy Travel, we recognize our duty to the places we visit, their heritage, and to the people who live there. We put a lot of care and thought towards providing responsible travel experiences that:
– Create better places for people to live in,
– Better places to visit, and
– Promote better educational opportunities.
We equally understand that great product ideas may not always be the most appropriate form of local economic development. Therefore, before launching any of our tourism products we make sure that they adhere to our strict responsible travel principles that include respecting local natural resources, cultural heritage, and human values. On our Morocco, Scotland, and Ireland Tours, we encourage our clients to be aware of their environmental, social, and economic impact. You can be wild, happy, and responsible in all of your travelling adventures!
COVID-19’s blow to the worldwide economy — especially the travel industry — has highlighted that the local is global, that some issues and problems affect all of us, wherever we are in the world. It’s perhaps not right to look for a silver lining from the pandemic, but we can find an obvious perspective shift, as countries and cultures around the world see each other struggling and suffering from the same problem. If the tourism industry is to thrive again, local communities need to thrive again. And it’s vital to ensure that this prosperity can last as long as possible. This is where sustainability practices and education come into play.
The Wild N Happy Foundation has been Michael’s ambition for a long time, which means it’s a thrilling time for him and the wider Wild N Happy team to finally make this announcement. We hope you’ll get in touch if you have any questions. Otherwise, click to learn more about The Wild N Happy Foundation and how you can get involved.