“Up Close, but Doing No Harm” New York Times Story Profiles Sustainable Travel

Adventure Life has formed an alliance to source from Rainforest Alliance verified inbound operations currently in Peru, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Costa Rica to promote sustainable tourism. For nearly 15 years, the award-winning company has been doing everything it takes to establish itself as a leader in the industry. Adventure Life has done its best to give back to the places and people it visits by supporting  non-profits and other organizations that encourage cultural and ecological awareness—ranging from  incorporating a homestay into a tour, or visiting an Amazon lodge owned and operated by an indigenous community. The company’s  itineraries are built to visit locations where sustainable travel is not only practiced, but has proven effective.

In a recent New York Times article entitled “Up Close, but Doing No Harm” several  lodges with whom Adventure life works are profiled, including Napo Wildlife Center and Kapawi Lodge.

For more information on sustainable tourism visit Adventure Life’s website or call 800-344-6118.