Responsible Travel

Responsible Travel. Sustainable Travel.

Responsible Travel. Sustainable Travel.

Make the world a better place while at it.

While tourism has helped you discover new rhythms and experiences, it has to some extent lead to over development too. WanderNow aims to reduce the negative impact of tourism on the environment, society and culture and encourages its clients to be socially and environmentally responsible during their trips. Here’s what we can together do to spread responsible tourism across the world.

Be The Change

Make the world a better place while at it.

  • We encourage you to be aware and learned about the region you are visiting, not just the places to visit, but the regional etiquette, customs, religions and sentiments of the locals. We will share with you a list of must-reads, but will be happy if you share additional information that you have gathered about the place too.
  • Exchange of thoughts with locals is a highlight of the trip. We arrange rendezvous with non-profit organisations, social workers and change makers so that you can discover a new perspective. You may be a group of students, families, artists, or even entrepreneurs, you will return enriched after your interaction with these groups.
  • Greetings in the local language are the perfect way to connect with a new place. Wear a warm smile and friendly greetings and gestures to be the perfect guest while you travel.
  • Child welfare is taken seriously at WanderNow. We try our best to ensure that no child is harmed because of tourism. We focus on protection of child welfare in the places we operate and expect our clients and guests to join hands and support us.
  • Buying local is a good way to giving back to the developing communities of a region. Try to support local businesses, hotels, enterprises and vendors during your travel.
  • Keep calm in case of delays or hiccups in your plan. Developing countries and unexplored regions do not have the rush mentality. Refrain from losing temper or expressing frustrations in such situations as it only does more harm than good. Patience and positive attitude can, however, solve the issue faster.
  • Avoid plastic bottles, use reusable containers and travel with a bottle of water to be the responsible traveler.
  • Sightseeing rural areas is mundane, knowing their stories is experiential. This also makes it easy for our guests to understand the culture, history, beliefs and local life in an easier way.
  • Visits and interaction with local artisans and craftsmen are arranged for a better cross cultural understanding. Travelers can choose to buy local artifacts and handlooms from such places to encourage the community.
  • Our souvenirs are sourced from the local artisan families to promote eco-friendly and sustainable tourism. It gives us double joy to gift you a memory and help the family earn direct income.
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