Cape Tracks

cape tracks

Case – 06 April 2023

Since June 2022, Cape Tracks has been working with FairClimateFund. They have been donating to several of our projects to strive to a better environment together.

About Cape Tracks
Cape Tracks is a travel organization from Wierden. The team is passionate about traveling and they are eager to pass this passion on to others. They offer tailor-made tours around Northern Europe, the polar regions, and Southern Africa to create the trip of your dreams. At Cape Tracks, customers receive personal advice about the destinations, so that the journeys are adapted to their own preferences. The team itself has obtained years of experience and knowledge about the destinations. That's why the personal travel guide is packed with tips and stories about unique places.

“just follow our tracks!”

Sustainable tourism and the introduction of Fair Tracks
Cape Tracks is committed to sustainability to ensure its beautiful destinations are not affected by climate change. That is why they believe it is important to take sustainable tourism into account. This means that visitors treat the local culture, inhabitants, the environment, and the local economy with respect. Cape Tracks is currently committed to sustainability by offering small-scale accommodations. This contributes to the local economy and prevents mass tourism. If possible, they offer trips that can be done by public transport. An example of this is the 16-day electric car tour in Norway. Cape Tracks has also recently developed a label called Fair Tracks. This label emphasizes trips that are organized in a sustainable way.

Our collaboration
Now Cape Tracks is collaborating with FairClimateFund to increase their contribution to a better environment. They have chosen which of our projects they want to support. At the moment, all their donations go to our projects in Kenya and Peru. Kenya, due to its relative proximity to Cape Tracks' destinations in Southern Africa. In addition, Cape Tracks values nature conservation, which is why they are happy to support the Peru reforestation project. The plan is to donate several times a year based on the number of trips done. The first donation has already taken place in June 2022. And many will follow!