At WildChina, we’re quite proud of our pioneering dedication to pursuing environmentally sustainable travel in China, and we’re not afraid to show it.
That said, it’s always nice when other people recognize us for our efforts to bring environmental consciousness and sustainable best practices to China’s travel industry.
That’s exactly what happened recently on the Asia-focused news site Asia Sentinel in this article about ecotourism in China by writer Wendy Fung. In her story, Fung singles out WildChina as the only real option for sustainable tourism in the Middle Kingdom.
As Fung explains:
“… WildChina’s team of local Chinese tour guides and expatriate employees offer customized, guided eco-sensitive tours. For each trip, the company keeps the environmental impact in mind by controlling client volume to each destination, encouraging travelers to engage in activities that do not require a lot of infrastructure (such as hiking and camping out), and thoroughly cleaning up after each trip to preserve the environment. WildChina is rare in its approach to environmental sustainability…
The company’s active involvement in China’s civil society lends it more credibility as a sustainable tour operator with many of its environmentally conscious clientele. “
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves!