CREATE POSITIVE CHANGE

Through our Impact Fund, you donate directly to local conservation projects in the area you visit, making the impact and benefits for communities and the natural environment clear for all.

How It WoRks

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4 conservation projects each year are nominated in each local area by our local community of Slow Adventure members

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When you book your adventure, you choose which local project to support. It's an easy transparent way to donate when you adventure.

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A donation of 5% of the price of your adventure is included in your final balance to support the project of your choice.
This means that you can see where and how your donation is being spent, and the difference that it is making in that local community.
Finland

Saarijärvi Water Management and fishery board

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Finland

Protect the Saimaa ringed seal

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Finland

Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation

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Finland

Head Hands Heart Health

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Iceland

The Icelandic Association for Search and Rescue

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Iceland

The IceWatch Project

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Iceland

Support Vatnajökull National Park

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Iceland

Protecting the Great Skua

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Italy

Glaciological Monitoring in the Alps

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Italy

Bee Aware - Essere Consapevole

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Italy

Adopt a Trail in Valtellina

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Italy

Safeguarding an Alpine Valley

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Scotland

Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team

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Scotland

Arisaig Community Facilities

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Sweden

Protecting the Swedish Arctic Fox

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Sweden

Summer Trails in Storlien

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Sweden

Hiking Trails Maintenance

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Sweden

Protecting the Wild Muskox

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Scotland

Arkaig Community Forest

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Scotland

Native Oyster Reintroduction

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We have a clear vision for the shape and future of tourism: creating something that helps to enrich the lives of everyone involved. Guided by the principle of balance, we want to even the scales for local communities, to give back as much as we might take.