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May 29, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

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Offering a range of tours in Siem Reap, Traveling Loop is a tour operator with a strong underlying commitment to limiting the environmental impact of all of its tours. Although it offers longer tours of Cambodia, the bicycling and food tours in Siem Reap are a fantastic option for travellers on a budget, independent travellers, or anyone looking for a responsible way to tour Siem Reap and Angkor Wat.

Responsibility

Travel Loops cares for the environment and concerned about global climate changes. They are involved in responsible tourism and the impact tourism has on local residents, the influence on their culture, as well as the effect on the local wildlife. In order to reduce CO2 emissions, they use fewer flights where possible and say no to plastic bags. Also, empower communities to manage their own development, strengthen relationships with local authorities, and improve their living conditions through the provision of knowledge, pro-poor technical training and assistance for long-term development and sustainability.

Business Case

Travel Loops donates a portion of the profits to help local in the community in Cambodia including the children with their basic needs. Such as, provide such things as school supplies, clothes and food. Also, offer the clean drinking water to the community with about 1200 families in Tbeng, Siem Reap Cambodia.

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Offering a range of tours in Siem Reap, Traveling Loop is a tour operator with a strong underlying commitment to limiting the environmental impact of all of its tours. Although it offers longer tours of Cambodia, the bicycling and food tours in Siem Reap are a fantastic option for travellers on a budget, independent travellers, or anyone looking for a responsible way to tour Siem Reap and Angkor Wat.

Travel Loops cares for the environment and concerned about global climate changes. They are involved in responsible tourism and the impact tourism has on local residents, the influence on their culture, as well as the effect on the local wildlife. In order to reduce CO2 emissions, they use fewer flights where possible and say no to plastic bags. Also, empower communities to manage their own development, strengthen relationships with local authorities, and improve their living conditions through the provision of knowledge, pro-poor technical training and assistance for long-term development and sustainability.

Travel Loops donates a portion of the profits to help local in the community in Cambodia including the children with their basic needs. Such as, provide such things as school supplies, clothes and food. Also, offer the clean drinking water to the community with about 1200 families in Tbeng, Siem Reap Cambodia.

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