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.
We at Crystal Ski Holidays specialise in mountain holidays. As skiers and boarders ourselves we are super passionate about the slopes and have been finding the best places to ski for decades, so we sure know a thing or two.
For us at Crystal Ski Holidays, sustainable tourism is not just an idea, it’s fundamental. We work hard to provide high quality holidays that cause minimal environmental impact, respect the culture and people of the destinations and offer real economic benefit to local communities. Crystal has partnered with The CarbonNeutral Company (www.carbonneutral.com) since 2003 and alongside our main airline partner, Thomson Airways, has supported the Carbon Disclosure Project (www.cdp.net), submitting its seventh report in 2014.