We include a sea eagle safari to ensure that tourism provides an economic value for their conservation and appreciation of their role in the ecosystem, rather than being hunted. We have an agreement with a suppliers to ensure their commitment to sustainable and ethical operations, including the preservation of the environment. Our guides ensure that litter is correctly disposed of and recycled where possible. We encourage the use of public transport in our itinerary, including an overnight cruise boat rather than flying to reduce carbon emissions. We also include traditional modes of transport including dog sledding and sleighing which are more sensitive to the environment with less impact on the landscape, wildlife and noise pollution, in addition, to being low carbon activities without the use of an engine. Partner hotels such as Nordic Clarion have a transparent commitment to sustainable operations including reducing reducing their ecological footprint through the adoption of energy efficient technology and purchasing local and organic food supplies where possible.
Our itinerary includes an overnight experience with the indigenous Sami community with the aim of promoting an exchange of culture and understanding plus appreciation of their traditional lifestyle. Additionally, the cultural tourism focus helps to support the community's way of life and preserve their traditional skills and practices. We use Norwegian owned hotels rather than international chain hotels, plus, fishing community guesthouses to ensure income reaches local people as much as possible rather than leaking from the local economy. We use local guides to provide income and employment to rural communities. We have an agreement with a suppliers to ensure their commitment to sustainable and ethical operations, including the fair pay, non-exploitation of minorities and disabilities, promotion of staff diversity and training, plus, good working conditions. Our itinerary includes a visit to remote fishing communities to provide employment opportunities to isolated communities and provide an alternative income from fishing, therefore preventing overfishing.