Citing a purpose to “develop sustainable tourism projects based on unique tourism, creating rich bonds and experiences,” Cap Littoral tours are available in 21 countries, affording travelers the chance to not only see the sights of their chosen destination, but also learn how to preserve the area and take part in developing a more sustainable economy.
Tours available include trips as low as $20 pp per night while staying with a nomadic Mongolian family, participating in daily activities with the option to take additional excursions and explore the area further. Alternatively, one of the more traditional tours—Senegal, a culture between sea and desert, offered at $1,428 pp dbl—visits Senegal’s villages, nature reserves and coastline for 10 days, with specific social, economic and environmental goals. Both summer and winter projects are available in countries including Egypt, France, Portugal and Croatia, with packages and customizable tours bookable individually or in groups.
For more information, visit caplittoral.com.