We pride ourselves on our responsible
approach to tourism. Simply defined, responsible
tourism aims to maximize the positive
impacts and to minimize negatives of tourism.
We generate greater economic benefits
for local people and enhance the well-being
of host communities, improve working conditions
and access to the industry. We involve
local people in decisions that affect their
lives and life chances. We make positive
contributions to the conservation of natural
and cultural heritage, to the maintenance of
the world’s diversity.
We provide more enjoyable experiences
for tourists through meaningful connections
with local people and greater understanding
of local cultural, social and environmental issues.
We increase environmental awareness among local children by introducing
them to the beauties of the nature and environmental problems
of their home land.
In addition, the education component is tied into the Dayan Derkh
Monastery restoration, thus, building a bridge between the conservation
goals of the environmental project and a Buddhist community. The
vision is that a restored Dayan-Deerkhi monastery will serve not only as
a spiritual center for the local communities, but also an environmental
information exchange center for the community.