Khiri Reach, the charitable arm of Khiri Travel, has been active helping communities in Asia impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.
Our team is committed to local, community-based projects that are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
2019 has been a big year for sustainability at Khiri Travel with Travelife audits and collaborative ecotourism initiatives.
As Myanmar is developing quickly, 17 million rural villagers still need clean water. Khiri Reach is working with locals to set up water wells.
On a recent trip to the royal city of Luang Prabang, Gili Back, Khiri Travel’s sustainability manager, found the city’s growing ecological awareness is making it a really fun destination for all the family.
Khiri Travel recently headed a clean-up project in Phonsavanh village, Vientiane, to remove the invasive water
Join Khiri Vietnam’s Saigon office for a special day out to plant trees, offset you carbon footprint and engage in Environmental protection!
Make the community aware about the importance of recycling and to encourage everyone to reduce their environmental impact as much as possible.
Join Khiri Travel Sri Lanka for International Earth Day 2018 to focus on changing human attitudes and behaviours towards plastics and catalysing a significant reduction in plastic pollution.
World Water Day is about taking action to tackle the world’s growing water crisis. Today, there are over 2.1 billion people living without access to safe water supplies in the proximity to their homes.