Fair Travel promotes Responsible Tourism and offers its services to the different stakeholders of the travel industry. Fair Travel will strive to spread the concept to every aspect of the Tourism industry and beyond. We are here to make a difference! Fair Travel is happy to bring the world of responsible tourism to you. You are welcome to join in on the quest – to change the travel and tourism industry towards a sustainable and responsible future. You can be part of the change, as we need solidarity and partnership to achieve our vision.
You are important to us and in your relation with Fair Travel you will receive quality products and services based on respect and fairness towards all parties involved.
Fair Travel offers expertise within responsible and sustainable tourism to you through lectures, sales and marketing support, training, project work, product development and travel consultation.
Fair Travel is here to make a difference and to spread responsible tourism!
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Complete and utter madness. What's wrong with people!?
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Italy to impose limits on visitors to Cinque Terre with tourist 'ticket' system
The Blue Yonder
Great to see our partner The Blue Yonder on the shortlist of the Best Responsible Tourism Operator in India! Please check them out.
Sigtuna bjuder in till BarCamp 2016 den 26-27 maj
Det är dags att anmäla sig till årets upplaga av Green Tourism Camp! Destination Sigtuna bjuder in till BarCamp den 26-27 maj! Att vi ses där är väl en självklarhet? #GTCS16 http://hallbardestination.se/vi-gor-tillsammans/sigtuna-bjuder-in-till-barcamp-2016-den-26-27-maj/
ITB Berlin Responsible Tourism Networking 2016
Join us at ITB Berlin!
Sustainability Is Still a Work in Progress for Cruise Lines
8 Myths About Responsible Tourism
Minutes before my presentation on Åland, earlier today. I must have said something of interest as it led to two interviews with local radio stations.