AITO and its members acknowledge that tourism can have an enviromental, social and economic impact on the destination involved, so they have developed a set of guidelines intended to help companies, customers and local suppliers identify their common responsibilities to:

  • Protect the Enviroment – its flora, fauna and landscapes
  • Respect local cultures – traditions, religions and built heritage
  • Benefit local communities – both economically and socially
  • Conserve natural resources – from office to destination

AITO’s members operate inside different areas. Each one has its own set of guidelines to procure these sustainable tourism responsibilities:

  • Establishing their own policies and involving their staff
  • Informing their clients about sustainable tourism and where appropriate,
  • Encouraging them to participate
  • Working with their suppliers and partners to achieve sustainable goals and practices
  • Publicising good practice to encourage and spread awareness about sustainable tourism

For more information visit:

AITO’s website presents itself towards its costumers as a holiday site with a wide range of singular and attractive offers to every corner of the world, which they claim, can only be found in their website.


Other tourism companies working with AITO:

  • Abercrombie & Kent – specialised in luxury tourism
  • Brightwater Holidays – botanical and cultural tourism
  • Explore – Wide range of activities involving nature
  • Inntravel – hiking, cicling and gastronomic tourism
  • Nature Trek – Birdwatching, ecotourism
  • On Foot Holidays – Guided hiking tours
  • Ramblers Worldwide Holidays – Hiking
  • The Travelling Naturalist – Birdwatching, ecotourism

More information:

DCB Tourism and Local Development @DCBTurisme

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