Kuoni specializes in luxury and tailor-made vacations and holidays. In 2012, for the thirteenth time in 15 years, the Kuoni Group was named the World’s Leading Tour Operator at the annual World Travel Awards.
Helping customers discover conservation.
Volunteers searching for caimans at night with a spotlight.
Kuoni has worked in partnership with Earthwatch since 2010, supporting Earthwatch’s conservation activities by promoting and selling Earthwatch expeditions to Kuoni customers. Both Earthwatch and Kuoni are delighted that the feedback from customers so far has been fantastic, so much so that Kuoni is now giving Earthwatch double-page spreads in its Discover and Africa brochures. Kuoni has recently signed a second three-year commitment with Earthwatch.
Helping to conserve pink river dolphins.
Samiria River, a major Amazon tributary.
“There was a friendly welcome and the volunteers were immediately integrated in the team. The staff was very enthusiastic about their work. The program was usually densely packed with different activities. I enjoyed very much the chance to watch very different wild animals in their natural habitat during field surveys.”
More Corporate Partnership Case Studies
Find out how business and environmental outcomes are achieved by corporate partnerships with Earthwatch.
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HSBC’s Sustainability Leadership Program is a unique professional development experience for senior leaders, designed to promote understanding of sustainability as a core business issue and opportunity.
Earthwatch has partnered with Shell for more than a decade. What began as a small employee engagement program has grown to support larger research and learning initiatives.
Coral Communities in the Seychelles began in 2006 to assess the impact of climate change on coral reefs and informing plans to help safeguard these precious ecosystems and the communities that depend on them.
Microsoft employees exchange the office for Oxfordshire’s Paradise Woods to take part in Earthwatch’s innovative one-day employee engagement program.