Responsible and sustainable tourism - Sahatours

Responsible Tourism

The tourist activity in Morocco currently represents the largest source of income and the industry that more jobs generates; for this reason, we work from SahaTours savvy in the need to promote the responsibility of the transformation toward a model of responsible and sustainable tourism. The ratio of quality-price is fair to all, specially, helping those most in need, in the sector, avoiding generate profits for the big or multinational corporations.

We believe firmly in the criteria of a model of responsible tourism. We are oriented to a high-quality service and commitment in benefit to the most disadvantaged people; so that the impact is the most positive thing for the area inhabitants; from visits to the nomadic for a cup of tea, eat in the homes of Berber families up the promotion of local trade.

 

 Recommendations for responsible travelers with the responsible and sustainable tourism.

1. Remember that the trip is an opportunity to knowing people from different cultures and different lifestyle. Tourism is a living force on service to peace, friendship and understanding between peoples. Open to the cultures and traditions that are not like yours. Be tolerant and respects the diversity; observe traditions and cultural and social practices of the place.

2. Respects human rights. Any form of exploitation violates the fundamental purposes of tourism. Child sexual abuse is a crime, both in the place where is carried out, as in the country where the person who commits.

3. Help to preserve the natural environment. Protects the flora and fauna, and their habitat. Do not buy endangered or threatened species, protected by the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES); or products derived from these species. It is a crime and contributes to its extinction.

4. The trip can contribute to the economic and social development. Buy local crafts and products to support the economy of the place. When haggle, keep in mind the concept of fair trade. The respect for the work improves the economy of the peoples that are hosting.

 

5. Use with restraint and respect the natural resources. Remember that are scarce goods globally. Try to minimize waste generation, are a source of contamination. In a natural space, try to ensure that the only mark that left is the footwear.

6. Respects and preserves the natural spaces, cultural heritage, artistic and archaeological tours of the place

7. Enjoy knowing the culture, customs, cuisine and traditions of local populations. Respect and approach them; they have a lot to tell.

8. Do not paint antiques, protected species, or products or substances dangerous, or prohibited by national regulations

9. Collaborate in awareness and the change in attitude, in the environmental behavior. Practice with the example. Preserve the planet is the responsibility of everyone, no matter the origin or residence.

 

 TRAVELER'S ETHICS CODE

• Predisposition open to the experience that are going to live, try not creating expectations

• Choose the appropriate clothing based on the culture and religion of the country.

• Respect their customs and traditions of the area.

• Its logic is not necessarily the same as yours, try to be empathetic.

• Distinguishes the situations of risk and query always to your guide

• Do not confuse hospital attitudes in subservience. Collaborates in everything can.

• The word given has a firm value and has to be respected.

• Prevents shocking behaviors and/or hurtful in different areas; to the time of photographing people, places or buildings and make gifts of indiscriminately or inappropriate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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