In support of World Oceans Day, Khiri Travel Indonesia has launched a conservation and restoration project on Gili Gede, a tiny island paradise off southwest Lombok, aimed at preventing its environmental degradation.
In partnership with the Hula Hoop Bungalows, Khiri Travel’s charitable arm will help Gili Gede villagers in Lombok, Indonesia, reduce plastic consumption and replant mangroves.
Join Khiri Vietnam’s Saigon office for a special day out to plant trees, offset you carbon footprint and engage in Environmental protection!
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.
Khiri Reach’s new ‘WE GROW’ program will help people in disadvantaged communities by providing them with practical skills and opportunities for vocational training, supported by industry partners.
For a second time in a row, Khiri Travel is proud to announce that it has been awarded Travelife Certification for its regional tour operations; recognizing the company’s dedication to a sustainable tourism model.
Shwedagon Pagoda meets sustainability and style. Khiri Travel wants to promote an alternative to the use of plastic shoe bags by visitors.
In this interview with Naut Kusters of Travelife we discuss the growing awareness and endorsement of sustainability practices by tour operators in Asia. Is it Europe teaching Asia to be sustainable or can Asian cultures teach European tour operators about sustainability?
Maskeliya’s tea pickers are happy to host visitors to their community. We support this responsible tourism initiative that highlights their beautiful plantations and contributes to local service projects. It’s a charming place to visit amidst the green tea plantations of central Sri Lanka.
The extraordinary beauty of a special bird almost vanished from Bali until a captive breeding program restored this species to a sustainable wild population. Bali holidayers interested in ecotourism and animal conservation pay a visit to the center.