What we leave behind is as important as what we gain from our time in wilderness. We only leave footprints in the areas we operate in. We select areas where our operation can prevent other, potentially damaging, economic activity form taking place. We employ and train people from local communities to deliver specialist indigenous knowledge and guiding services on our Journeys. Consistent impact is important to us, so support for essential community and conservation development initiatives is built in to our business model. Financial contributions go directly to community and conservation initiatives overseen by our facilitators.