Under the special supervision of Travelife, we are working on sustainability and committed to boosting our business in a sustainable way through developing and implementing the sustainable policy to increase the positive impact of tourism on individuals and local communities, whilst reducing adverse social, environmental and economic impacts.
In support of our developed sustainable policy we have:
Improve in waste management through setting up of compartment bin and partnering with Doko Recycler.
Disseminate the sustainable information, participate in employees in sustainable commitment and action plans.
Wherever possible, emphasis on sustainable goods and services.
Provide and inspire our clients to become more responsible towards the environment during their holiday.
Develop and communicate about sustainable best practices with accommodation, transportation and excursion provider and motivate them to carry out in their business.
Prioritize on energy-efficient and “Energy Star” while purchasing the office equipment
Improve in energy reduction policy by setting up low flush toilets, CFL light bulbs and creating awareness among staff and clients.
Wherever possible, avoid printing documents and use digital means to send documents and trip dossier.
Reuse the paper and print on both sides of the paper to avoid the wastage.
Use renewable resources like a solar panel to power the office.
- Use biodegradable hand soap and cleaning powder for office multi-purpose i.e cleaning floor, furniture, utensils and partnering with “Earth Spices“. All products are handmade and hand packed by women who are mostly from poor, remote communities.
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For more information on our sustainability and CSR policies please contact
Ms. Pramila Shrestha
Nepal Sanctuary Treks
G.P.O Box 5493
House No. 1246, Lamtangeen Marg, Chundevi-4, Kathmandu
Tel: +977 1 4426721, 4431610, 4434542
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