If you are interested in fair trade and are looking for an opportunity to meet the people behind the products, then these holidays are for you.
You'll learn something of the different cultures, visit development projects and sites of interest, meet a wide variety of people, and have your ideas of developing countries challenged. Our tours are much more than a holiday.
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At the same time as guaranteeing our next departure to South Africa we are delighted to announce a new fair trade group to the Meet the People experience. Khoisan Salt are behind the delicious flakes of Sea Salt in Traidcraft’s Eat Your Hat Milk Chocolate and will be welcoming us for a behind the scenes … Continue reading "Introducing Khoisan Salt to our South Africa Tour"Continue reading
Sue Fisher, a volunteer at Fair Do’s Fair Trade shop in Cardiff joined us on our Meet the People Tour to Ghana in October. She shares her highlights of meeting palm oil producers at Serendipalm, the people behind Divine’s delicious Easter eggs and discovering Fairtrade bananas with VREL: The 2-week trip to Ghana was a very varied and … Continue reading "Sue meets the people behind our delicious Easter Eggs in Ghana."Continue reading
If you are looking for a fulfilling journey to inspire and invigorate ,then browse our guide for holidays you don’t want to miss: Early escapes with a warm welcome: Start the year with inspiring stories from communities and cooperatives in Latin America! Our tours in Cuba and Chile journey through stunning landscapes and cultural capitals visiting farmers whose ingenious techniques … Continue reading "Where to go when? Our guide to a year of fair trade holidays"Continue reading
It’s for good reason that Malawi is often described as the warm heart of Africa, and the friendly welcomes and inspiring stories make for an unforgettable Meet the People holiday. Our tour explores the north of the country where the land rises from the warm shores of Lake Malawi up into hills perfect for cultivating … Continue reading "Discover Malawi"Continue reading
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