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Our Sustainability Strategy

How We Tread Right (HWTR) is The Travel Corporation’s (TTC) new five-year sustainability strategy, which sets the mandate on sustainability at HAGGiS Adventures and our sister travel companies. Our strategy is based on 11 measurable goals developed to address HAGGiS Adventures’ impact on Planet, People, and Wildlife. These goals are anchored to the United Nations’ Global Goals and address both the environmental impact and community impact of our business and operations.

We are committed to transparency. To learn more about the progress we are making against these goals, view our 2021 Impact Report here.

Make Travel Matter


MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experiences are amazing conscious travel experiences offered on our tours. They are chosen with great care based on the positive environmental or social impact they have on Scotland's communities and those who experience them.

How are MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® Experiences chosen?

Using our Make Travel Matter E-Assessment, travel experiences will be rated against a set of robust criteria, selected from the Global Indicator Framework for the Global Goals, in order to identify the ways in which they advance the 11 Global Goals that our sustainability strategy prioritises.

Here are some of our unique MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® experiences you can do on our trips to support People, Planet, and Wildlife:

The Sleat Communty Trust Volunteer Experience

We have partnered with the Sleat Community Trust to help transform Tormore Forest through tree planting, path building, and repair on our 6 Day Wild Skye Volunteer Adventure. The Sleat Community Trust is a recognised Scottish charity supporting sustainable economic, environmental and social development in the Sleat Peninsula on the Isle of Skye.

The Gaelic language college Sabhal Mòr Ostaig

On our 6 Day Wild Skye Volunteer Adventure we get the chance to experience a tutoring taster session at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, the National Centre for Gaelic Language and Culture on the Isle of Skye. Founded in 1973 in the old farm steadings at Ostaig, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig promotes the revitalisation of the Gaelic language and culture through world-class education, research, training and economic opportunities. Today, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is the biggest employer of Scottish Gaelic speakers in the world.

Our Climate Action Plan

Our four-point Climate Action Plan will guide us in the right direction. We are committed to learning and adapting as the world moves closer to a lower-carbon economy.

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