" De Zeekoe strives for fairness; ethical business practice and environmental respect form the basis for sustainable tourism. Through social upliftment and addressing the needs of the community De Zeekoe employs and gives housing to 20 families on the farm and educates 120 primary children and 90 pre-primary children through the Zeekoegat Primary School. Generations of their employees and their children have been educated by Zeekoegat Primary."
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How we work with the trade
Partners in promoting Fair Trade Tourism!
More and more travellers are looking for fair and responsible options when they plan their holiday.
Fair Trade Tourism (FTT) offers a possibility of extending ethical purchasing decisions beyond everyday products such as coffee, tea and fruit to also include holidays that guarantee a better life for people in southern Africa and beyond.
FTT is the perfect choice for a tour operator that wishes to signal its commitment to responsible tourism, without compromising the customer experience. Tour operators can support FTT in two ways:
By promoting individual FTT-certified businesses, using the product label. Contact: Emilie Hagedoorn at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about FTT label usage.
By developing Fair Trade Holidays . Click here to read more about Tour Operators approved to package and sell Fair Trade Holidays.
News – Certified Business
Fair Trade Tourism puts the “Mark of a Good Holiday” next to five newly certified tourism businesses in Madagascar
FTT is now proud to announce the recent certification of five Madagascar tourism businesses. With lemurs, baobabs, rainforest, beaches, desert, trekking and diving, Madagascar is a dream destination for nature…
Kathy Bergs, General Manager of FTT said, “The inclusion of Pakamisa Lodge into the Fair Trade Tourism family furthers our growth into KZN and provides a lovely geographic spread into…
Fair Trade Tourism (FTT), a non-profit organisation that promotes responsible tourism in southern Africa and beyond, has recently launched the FTT Tourism Service Provider Register.