Travelife is an international sustainability certification programme for hotels and accommodations. We work in partnership with tour operators, travel agents and accommodation providers to help protect destinations for the future and increase the positive impacts of the holidays they offer.
This includes supporting local businesses, buying local goods where possible, and protecting the environment and the well-being of people, including their staff, customers and suppliers. By working in partnership with accommodations, tour operators and travel agents around the world, together we are starting to change the way tourism businesses operate and make a significant contribution to sustainable tourism.
Travelife is proud to work together with a wide number of tour operators who are committed to improving the sustainability performance of the hotels they work with. This is helping to create - and you to easily find - more sustainable accommodation options.
The list below shows Travelife partner tour operators that are committed to providing holidays with more sustainable hotels, increasing your choice of accommodations that protect and respect their local environment, the people who work for them and the local communities where they operate.
Select a country from the following list to view Tour Operators that currently support Travelife within their businesses.
Neckermann is the second biggest tour operator in Germany and a trademark for good quality at low prices.
Popular products for specific target groups are e.g. Family Club for Families, Club Xperience for voung travellers and Club Vital for the elderly.
Neckermann is the leading operator for family and sports tours. Numerous price specials such as early bird discounts and fixed prices for children make the offered tours even more attractive.
Neckermann sets an example for sustainability and future trends. In this context the operator supports sustainability initiatives and projects such as the Travelife Hotel Awards, the association Futouris for sustainable development of travel destinations and EPCAT, a global network for the elimination of child prostitution, child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes.