As a tour operator, we are committed to providing sustainable travel that will help people in the host country of Peru, the environment and our customers alike. We firmly believe travel must be environmentally sustainable and economically and culturally sustainable, and most of our travelers are certainly of the same opinion.
AlemaPE-Tours S.A.C. As a tour operator and tour operator, we are committed to upholding our sincerity and ensuring that the conditions for sustainable travel in our offer are put into practice. This means that we work sustainably, incorporating the principles of sustainable development, by providing our travelers with hands-on experiences with the people of Peru directly.
In addition, we expect our travelers to respect the principles of sustainable travel, to respect people, cultures and nature, to show good will and to share across cultures, as well as to contribute to sustainable development.
AlemaPE-Tours S.A.C. and the constant climate change
In terms of our mission to reduce our footprints on all paths of ourselves and the travelers of, we have achieved much. In addition, we have been officially CO2-neutral since 2017. As a Traveler of AlemaPE-Tours S.A.C. You can relax with a clear conscience because the largest CO2 components of your journeys – transportation, accommodation and waste – have all been calculated and balanced for you.
From our point of view, responsible travel is about your attitude and decisions that you make while traveling – about respecting and supporting the locals, their cultures, the economy and nature!
Some of the responsible features of AlemaPE-Tours S.A.C. are:
- Use of public transport where possible.
- Accommodation in small, locals-run accommodation where possible.
- Purchase locally produced food and beverages and souvenirs from local artists.
- Supporting a range of providers to spread economic benefits.
- Minimize plastic waste wherever possible.
- Careful handling of limited power and water resources.
- Offers of lifelike experiences that contribute to intercultural understanding.
- Avoiding the exploitation of the vulnerable – including women, children, animals and all endangered species.