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boy, did it do that. One of the most important lessons: We now understand the totality of what sustainable tourism means; it
goes far beyond being "green" and embracing conservation, to supporting cultural
heritage and improving the well-being of
How have the trips changed the way you
think about vacations?
MATTHEW: Sustainability is now a lifestyle
choice that influences all our decisions.
Having fun and traveling with purpose
aren't mutually exclusive. We've learned
that you can take a great vacation that's enjoyable, relaxing, and sustainable.
Any advice for other travelers interested
in trips that make a positive impact?
JESSICA: Start planning now - these trips
A private cabin at rain-forest retreat Minga Lodge.
enhance your mind and enliven your spirit.
A new adventure just might bring out a
part of you that you never realized was
there. You may walk away really liking the
The Swiss Alpine world
with its crystal-clear lakes
and fresh mountain air is
just a short distance from
Zurich. And the largest
waterfall in Europe, the
Rhine Falls, or Rapperswil,
known as the Town of
Roses, are also just a few
minutes' drive away.
Contact your Virtuoso
travel advisor to plan your
trip to Zurich.