We believe travel is an exchange.

We’re committed to giving back to the communities that give our travellers life-changing experiences. In each of our key destinations, we’ve carefully chosen local charities that align to our vision of enhancing wellbeing. We donate 1% of each booking to a selected charity as our way of contributing to ethical and sustainable travel. 

Bumi Sehat Birthing Centre

Founded in 1995, Bumi Sehat Birthing Centre operates three health, education, and childbirth centers across Indonesia. Offering pre- and post-natal care, nutritional guidance, and safe and loving birth services, the organisation is dedicated to advocating for the health and wellbeing of Balinese families.

Bali Animal Welfare Association

The Bali Animal Welfare Association is a non-profit organisation that works to protect, improve, and save the lives of animals across Bali. Founded in 2007, BAWA provides emergency response and rescue, food and medication, rehabilitation, and adoption services for any and every animal that needs a helping hand.

Welfare for Animals in Goa

Welfare for Animals in Goa, or WAG, is dedicated to rescuing animals in need. Based in Goa, India, the charity works to re-home abandoned animals, and provides feeding programmes – as well as running a clinic offering veterinary services to animals of all shapes and sizes.

Himalayan Trust

The Himalayan Trust was founded by Sir Edmund Hillary and his wife, Louise, back in the 1960s. Since then, it’s grown into an international humanitarian organisation, working to provide quality education, better healthcare, and safe drinking water to the remote mountain communities of Nepal.

Nepal Sisterhood of Survivors Program

The Nepal Sisterhood of Survivors (SOS) Program offers hospitality training and job opportunities to vulnerable girls in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Started in 2007 by a group of human trafficking survivors, the organisation provides four key programmes to ten mountain village areas, and is extending its reach further with each passing year. Helping empower and protect female human trafficking survivors all over the country

SERVE Sri Lanka

SERVE began its work for the rights of children and families in 1999. Today, SERVE is active in 10 districts across Sri Lanka – supporting the empowerment of women, children, and families. Making sure they can achieve their goals, with commitment, love, and care.

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