Ways NJHH can help you travel responsibly

As part of our commitment to traveling in an environmentally and socially responsible manner, NJHH is committed to leaving an impression on the people, landscape and wildlife that we encounter. In a nutshell, we want our travel experiences to be memorable. As a result, we are actually improving the travel experiences of our guests while they are traveling with us. Six ways in which traveling responsibly enhances your NJHH experience, from the unique dining opportunities and incredible wildlife encounters to the financial benefits of greener coach travel, are listed below:

As a couple, we’re taking a trip through Scandinavia. People from all walks of life come together in this environment.

There are numerous opportunities for you to get to know and support the people of the area when you travel with NJHH tours. Engage with Locals will provide you with an opportunity to learn about local customs and traditions, meet interesting people, and gain a new perspective on life in different parts of the world.

The traditional natural dyeing methods used by the local weavers in Cusco, Peru are explored in detail. The Iraq Al-Amir Women’s Cooperative, a female-owned organization in Jordan, provides local women with the tools they need to succeed in life through education and employment opportunities. Located in the heart of rural England, Ian and Ann Dyer’s 15th-century Blackmore Farm is a living museum of farming traditions and history, and they would welcome you to join them for lunch. During your NJHH tour experience, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with the locals in a way that you’ll never forget. Iraqi women are a diverse group of individuals. With NJHH’s guests who are traveling safely, Jordan’s Al-Amir is pictured.

Apart from that, you’ll be able to reap the benefits of more environmentally friendly coach travel.

When you travel with NJHH, you’ll be able to unwind in our luxurious, custom-built coach accommodations. Taking a coach trip is a fantastic way to meet new people and get to know your fellow passengers while also enjoying the scenery. Our coaches are not only beneficial to you, but they are also beneficial to the environment in which they operate.

According to recent research, taking the bus has been found to be the most environmentally friendly mode of transportation, leaving a smaller carbon footprint than any other mode of transportation. This is due to the fact that a coach can transport a larger number of passengers than a car. The average coach trip emits only 0.04 tons of CO2 per 1,000 miles traveled, as opposed to the 0.29 tons of CO2 per 1,000 miles traveled by the average automobile. The company’s environmental impact is even better than that of national rail services, emitting only 0.07 tonnes of CO2 per 1,000 miles traveled by each passenger.

NJHH is also investing in low-emission coaches as part of our five-year sustainability strategy. So you can do your part to help the environment while also enjoying the benefits of coach travel with NJHH at the same time.

On the Sydney Harbour Bridge, there was a NJHH coach waiting to be boarded.

As part of NJHH’s How We Tread Right strategy, at least one Make Travel Matter experience will be included on all land tours by 2023, with the goal of including at least one on every tour by 2023. What is it about this that you should care about? When it comes to conscious travel, it means creating itineraries that have a positive impact on the people and places we visit, as well as the surrounding environment.

People who are exposed to them also experience a positive outcome as a result of their exposure. Laboratory Giuditta Brozzett is an educational center and workshop in Perugia, Italy where visitors can learn about centuries-old Italian weaving techniques and get their hands dirty with them.

Also possible is the opportunity to meet Stephen Yellowhawk and contribute to the preservation of Native American traditions and culture in the United States. While you enjoy an evening of traditional music, dance, stories, and food, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that you’re also contributing to Stephen’s incredible work with Native American diabetic patients by attending.

The Thanh Dong Organic Village, located in Hoi An, Vietnam, offers visitors the opportunity to interact with the warm and welcoming farmers who run the farm. Learn about their environmentally friendly and organic farming practices, as well as how they are preserving their way of life! Your Make Travel Matter experience will undoubtedly leave you with cherished memories no matter where you go after your time with us.

In Peru, guests of the NJHH Hotel observe a traditional weaver at work.

NJHH is committed to promoting healthy eating habits through our How We Tread Right Strategy, which can be found here. All of our Be My Guest dining experiences should source at least 30 percent of their menu from local or organic sources by 2025, according to our goals for the company. It is recommended that organic foods be sourced within 30-50 miles of the location where they will be prepared. Organic foods are grown without the use of pesticides or genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

So, how does this contribute to a more enjoyable NJHH experience? Meeting the people who grow and prepare the food ensures that you will be able to consume it at its freshest and most flavorful state possible.

Farm-to-table experiences are available at O’o Farm on the island of Maui, where visitors can meet the farmers, assist them in gathering fresh produce, and then enjoy a delectable lunch of Hawaiian specialties. Ballyknocken House, the home of Catherine Fulvio in Ireland, is a working farm as well as Catherine’s primary residence. Visit the Fulvio family and you’ll get to know them better while enjoying a delicious meal prepared with fresh ingredients sourced from the surrounding area. Two responsible travelers on the island of Maui, Hawaii, with a basket of fresh produce in their hands

Participation in the preservation of our beautiful planet is an added bonus.

When you travel with NJHH, you are contributing to the preservation of some of the most beautiful natural areas on the planet. As far as I can tell, it’s beneficial to your health. Relaxing in nature can have a positive impact on your mental health and well-being, as it can help to reduce stress while also improving your overall mood. Exploring some of the most breathtaking natural landscapes on the planet will also provide you with priceless memories that will last a lifetime.

While visiting the spectacular national parks of the United States or Canada, you will be mesmerized by the dazzling blue lakes, fairytale waterfalls, steaming geysers, and snow-capped mountains that await you. Visitors to the Giant’s Causeway in Ireland can take in the mystery and magic of this geological wonder while also contributing to its preservation. A trip to Australia’s Red Centre, where you can witness the breathtaking sunrise over Uluru, the world’s largest monolith, is another option. Aboriginal people have a sacred relationship with their land, which will be discussed further in this presentation. Elephants are passing through the path of Africa’s safari vehicle.

Your interactions with wildlife are more positive.

These activities, which we all find enjoyable, have the potential to have a devastating impact on the animal populations that they are intended to protect. An encounter with a potentially dangerous or destructive animal can be the low point of a trip… When you’re out in search of wildlife, you want to make certain that you’re not causing any harm to it in any way.

When you travel with NJHH, they make certain that all wildlife encounters are conducted in accordance with The Travel Corporation’s Animal Welfare Policy. As a result, no harm will be done to any animals as a result of this.

So, whether you’re visiting Costa Rica’s Turtle Conservancy to see endangered green turtles, India’s Ranthambore Tiger Reserve to see wild tigers, or Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy to see endangered rhinos, you can rest assured that your unforgettable wildlife encounter will be beneficial to both you and the animals you’re meeting on your journey.

What advantages have you experienced as a result of taking a green vacation? What are your best tips for traveling in an environmentally friendly or socially responsible way? Please feel free to express yourself in the space provided…

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