The TreadRight Foundation —
A not-for-profit foundation established by The Travel Corporation to encourage sustainable tourism within our own family of brands, and in the places we visit.
Getting our hands dirty for a worthy cause: cleaning up New Zealand's beaches
Contiki partners with leading environmentalist, adventurer and explorer, Céline Cousteau
The Wilderness Wildlife Trust spearheads projects that deal with the needs of existing wildlife
Helping the much-loved town of Vernazza get back on its feet after devastating 2011 storms
Demonstrating sustainable conservation initiatives in the Mesoamerican Reef Ecoregion
Scars of Freedom, a Cousteau Film chronicling a whale's struggle for survival in Chile
Contributing to research and management of Australia's most famous colony of Little Penguins.
Measuring, defining and calculating the impact of staying at or holding a meeting in a hotel
Helping conserve Ireland’s unique Giant’s Causeway, building sustainable visitor facilities
Supporting fundraising efforts to purchase the remaining 1.35km of the White Cliffs of Dover
Supporting the restoration of Venetian monuments, buildings and works of art
Projects to help save natural, cultural and heritage tourism sites from neglect
Awarding environmental best practice and sustainable tourism leaders
Uncovering the stories and impacts of wars throughout Europe’s history
Restoring and re-establishing native forest cover in the Scottish Highlands with Trees for Life
Developing community-based tourism initiatives in Australia's Kimberley Coast
Researching the habitats of marine life in the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean
Tools for river cruising operators to reduce the environmental impact of their operations
Supporting initiatives to save South America's Atlantic Forest and its rich biodiversity
Known to bird lovers around Australia as ‘Dr. Penguin’, Dr. Peter Dann is a world-renowned leader in the study of Little Penguins.
Sue Hurdle is Chief Executive of The Travel Foundation - an independent charity working with the travel industry towards a sustainable future.
Dr Tony Pollard is Director of the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology at the University of Glasgow, where he lectures & is a field archeologist.
Passionate about Vernazza’s unique territory, Michèle is one of the co-founders of Save Vernazza Onlus, an Italian not for profit organisation.
A MESSAGE FROM FOUNDER BRETT TOLLMAN
“The Travel Corporation has always believed strongly that travel and tourism companies play a vital role in protecting the world’s natural habitats, cultural heritage sites and communities.”