Just You Cares
Helping communities and causes around the world
Our Holiday Creators get to know the places that you will be visiting inside out. As they work closely with local communities they hear about good causes and sometimes meet people who are in need. This insider knowledge has inspired our Just You Cares initiative. It means as a company we get to give something back to those communities which are so welcoming to us and our customers.
The price of your holiday won’t be affected by the scheme, we will simply donate a little from each tour to a relevant good cause. So simply by booking you are contributing too - whether that’s helping to conserve threatened wildlife or even rebuild a country. And on some tours, you may even get to see how the money has been spent when you visit the places or meet the people who have benefited.
It’s immensely rewarding to be able to help people in need, and it’s something we couldn’t do without you, so we’d like to say a big thank you - your bookings mean we can start giving.
Conservation in Colombia: A Colombian Journey
As part of our new Colombia tour, we will visit the Cocora Valley, home to abundant wildlife and the gigantic Quindian wax palm - the national tree. Here we’ll take part in a planting ceremony to aid conservation of this critically endangered species.
Bringing Light to Burma: Burma and the Road to Mandalay
On our Burma & the Road to Mandalay tour you can help bring light to a village close to Bagan, which will help villagers to study and work when night falls.
Stepping in to Aid Wildlife: Inspirational China
In China we’re supporting the Chengdu Panda Breeding Research Centre, which provides the best possible environment for these vulnerable animals to live and breed. A visit here is included on our Inspirational China holiday.
Projects Supporting a Community in Cambodia: Untold Cambodia & Laos
We are supporting a variety of projects which aim to provide amenities for the community of Chansar Village. So far we’ve helped to build a dormitory for teachers at the local school. You’ll visit the village as part of our Untold Cambodia and Laos tour.