Secret Paradise Maldives Pledges to Travel Better on World Environment Day

PUBLISHED June 06, 2021 | updated June 06, 2021 00:06

Celebrating World Environment Day, Secret Paradise Maldives pledges their support and commitment to the environment and responsible tourism by taking The Travel Better Badge.  

The Travel Better Pledge is the idea of Sustainable Travel International who are building a movement of over one million people committed to traveling responsibly and leaving behind a positive impact in the places they visit. A reflection of the mission and values that Secret Paradise uphold with their tours. 

Tour Leader, UB Waseem said, ''At a time when many countries and businesses around the world are looking to restart tourism, the Maldives included, we should remember that we all have a part to play in making our world a better place one step at a time''. 

Whether you are a responsible traveler or a conscientious business, the team at Secret Paradise encourage you to take the pledge and join the movement to voice your commitment to responsible tourism. Head over to the Secret Paradise Maldives social media pages for the pledge link and commit yourself to supporting a better world. 

Sustainable Travel International is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and conserving our planet’s most vulnerable destinations. They are transforming tourism’s impact on nature and people by working alongside local communities, engaging travelers and businesses in responsible practices, and strengthening destination management. Through their work, they aim to safeguard nature, combat climate change, and empower communities to preserve the integrity of destinations around the globe. 

Secret Paradise is an award winning, responsible and sustainable tour company based in the Maldives. Guiding tours since 2012, Secret Paradise offer a carefully developed range  of tours to ensure there is something for everyone. Their local guide team enable guests to connect safely with Maldivian culture, local communities and the environment, going beyond the realms of a traditional Maldives holiday. 


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