Travelling with RSD - for the benefit of people, animals and the environment
Those who travel with us are particularly protective of people, animals and the environment. For example, when RSD guests go on local excursions, getting up close and personal with locals. Or marvelling at the UNESCO natural and cultural heritage.
For example, in Cappadocia visiting the incredible cave churches of Göreme, in Lycia exploring the unique ancient city of Ephesus, or in India visiting the fascinating Taj Mahal: our qualified RSD tour guides explain and guide with great care, also encouraging acceptance and respect for local rules – to protect irretrievable art and cultural treasures.
When RSD groups dive deep into spectacular wildlife and natural landscapes – such as South Africa’s Kruger National Park, the Galápagos Islands, the turtle beach on the Cypriot peninsula of Karpaz: our RSD guests admire the flora, are thrilled by exotic animals. But they don’t get too close to them, don’t scare them. RSD holidaymakers take home unforgettable impressions – but they leave nothing behind.
And then, of course, the often wonderful encounters with locals – at tempting markets, strolling through picturesque old town alleyways, sharing a meal with a family in the Vietnamese herb village of Tra Que: with all their cordiality and curiosity, consideration and respect for foreign cultures and traditions remain an important concern for our RSD holidaymakers.
Anyone who travels with RSD is more than just a tourist. They also become a valued guest at the destination in terms of both hearts and minds