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Hospitality and welfare

Learnings from Bénin, Africa

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Amini from Fiji

Wendy will never forget how unselfish the local people of Yanuya are, they want to help you without wanting something in return. They want to spend their time with you and learn you all kinds of things. That is something she had never experienced before in all her time of traveling.

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Longing for peace

Peace of mind

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The importance of net free time

Everybody understands the meaning of “free time” as the time you are not spending doing your work, whereas “net free time” is the time left over when all your duties have been fulfilled. This time is important. Explore

Going on holiday can be life-changing

Social tourism offers holiday opportunities to people who would otherwise struggle to go on holiday for financial, logistical or practical reasons. According to Professor Scott McCabe, holiday experiences can be life-changing.

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Why tourism deserves our dedication

Taleb Rifai, former Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) and moral sponsor of Connect Your Story tells the story of a wonderful encounter with a female entrepreneur on the lake of Halong Bay.

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Tourism helps the environment

The Grupo Ecologico Sierra Gorda, Mexico, helps organisations and residents move towards an economic development which respects the needs of the environment. Tourism is a significant lever for this development

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Solidarity: essence of social tourism

Diversity, joviality, freedom, openness and the space for everyone to just be themselves. That’s what lies at the heart of social tourism.

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Travelling changes your life

A holiday can be a very important moment in the life of a young person. Tourism among young travellers is undervalued, whereas it is in fact extremely important.

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Holiday as a milestone

Going on holiday is a fundamental human right. Everyone has the right to get away from the daily grind and renew their energy.

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