Read about Better Places Travel in the media to find out more about their various initiatives, ambitions and journeys, from tackling global tourism to sustainability issues, such as plastic.
Travelers Against Plastic
Travelers Against Plastic shares the story of how Better Places Travel wants to have all their travellers stop using plastic water bottles, bags and straws on their trips by the end of 2019. Together with their local travel experts, the travel organization is working hard to create plastic-free trips for all their travellers. Read about the full story here: “Travel organization Better Places Travel aims to go plastic free by end 2019”
Adventure Travel News
Adventure Travel News shares a press release on Better Places Travel calling travellers to fly less and leave more positive impact: “Long-distance Travel Specialist Calls on Taking Fewer Flights“.
Adventure Travel News shares a press release on Better Places Travel’s ambition to go plastic-free on all their trips by the end of 2019: “Travel Organization Better Places Travel Aims to Go Single-use Plastic Free by End 2019“.
Adventure Travel News shares a press release on Better Places Travel becoming a B Corp – the first travel organization in the Netherlands to do so: “Better Places Travel Becomes First Dutch Travel Organization Accredited with International B Corp Certification“.
Adventure Travel News shares the story on the launch of Better Places Travel as a responsible travel platform for the international traveller: “Better Places Doubles Down on Sustainable Tourism with Global Expansion“.
Global Initiatives | Responsible Business
Global Initiatives | Responsible business shares a story on “How one pioneering tour operator inspires action on sustainable air travel & tourism” outlining the trailblazing efforts of Better Places in the field of carbon offsetting and travel.
Better Places Travel consciously focuses on individual, unique, tailor-made travel experiences. We believe individual travel is ideally suited to bring you—the traveller—directly in contact with the local population. You can spend the night in small-scale family hotels, lodges, or even in people’s homes (homestays). Individual travel means there is plenty of room for personal attention, and we can focus on making your travel experience truly extraordinary.