Travel As a Force For Good: Social Enterprise and Community Impact

Mela and Nagoyoneeni, Maasai women who are part of the community where the clean stoves project operates.
The clean cookstoves project also has a women’s empowerment component as Maasai women are trained to install new stoves.
Maasai children in the village of Enguiki who will benefit from more clean cookstoves being installed.
Abu Abdullah is part of the Bedouin community who live near Feynan Ecolodge.
We take a trek to explore the local environment and nature with a local guide.
Sangeeta, one of the teachers at the Ashayen Community Centre supported by Reality Tours and Travel, prepares an upcoming lesson.
Recycling is one of the biggest industries of the Dharavi slum. Here, materials for plastic recycling are separated and stored on rooftops until they can be broken down into small pellets and then used to create something new.
Our Quetzal Trekking group prepares for the morning hike to descend from the top of El Hoyo Volcano in Nicaragua.
All geared up to climb the first volcano, Cerro Negro, as part of our 2-day trek.

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