Grand Cuvee Tours

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Founded in 2006 by Mojca and Tomaz. High-quality, exclusive services which deliver real value to our clients. Our wide experiences in working with selected clients brought us to great success to became respectful, reliable partner and renowned tour operator and DMC, as well as one of most important creators of authentic experiences. We create customized tours with the content - adapted to personal needs and preferences. Our tours are designed to bring the experience of the selected destination. Retreat from the fast tempo of everyday life and pamper with feeling of the local people.
Member since: 11 Apr 2018

How the minimum criteria of the responsible travel standard was met...

Economic responsibility

We employ local people and pay them money in the form of salaries. We pay our taxes to the governments on a regular basis. We also outsource people from local environment and promote communities, associations which many times are struggling to survive but they work and exist because of their passion to preserve tradition and genuinity.
We support young student to become responsible, we offer them opportunity for student practice of how to get acquainted with sustainable tourism.
We’re committed to making your trip have a positive effect on the destination you’re visiting. That's why we use locally owned and environmentally and socially responsible accommodation wherever possible.

We work with local partners in our destination and use local guides and drivers wherever possible.

We pay fair wages and we are fair to everyone involved in your trip.

We support locally-owned businesses. Try to eat in locally owned restaurants and order local drinks and produce rather than international brands. You can encourage community initiatives such as handmade crafts by buying locally produced souvenirs.

Environmental responsibility

We do recycling by separating paper, card, plastic, metals and glass prior to collection, it by law.

We also control water consumption elsewhere and we avoid using plastic bottles.

We grow our own vegetable on our gardens, supported by flowers which are important as a food for bees. Many times our own vegetable is served on the plates of our guests who really appreciate domestic, local food.

We are environmentally friendly in our office, this is our standard practice: we encourage cycling to work, car sharing, recycling, lowering energy use and using planet-friendly cleaning products and we have our own garden.

Aim to recycle what you can. Water bottles can often be refilled hygienically. Try to throw away or recycle any extra packaging you may have before you travel, and bring items such as batteries home to be recycled if they can’t be locally.
Most of the hotels have a policy of reusing sheets or towels, try to support this as often as you feel you can. Remember to turn off lights and electrical equipment in your room if you’re not using them, and turn off air-conditioning units when they’re not needed or when you leave the room. Water can be a precious resource, so try to keep your usage of it to a minimum, both in your hotel room and whenever possible throughout your trip.
When visiting national parks and nature reserves, stick to set paths in order to preserve natural habitats and leave animals undisturbed. Keeping noise to a minimum also helps, and allows you and others to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature or the peace and quiet.

Social responsibility

We are partners of Enjoy tradition project. The main goal of the project is to establish a culinary transversal from Pannonia to the Adriatic, which will offer visitors a unique experience of autochthonous tradition, customs and culinary art in the form of attractive programs, which will be based on the sustainable cooperation of local providers in unique areas of heritage: a tile house on Trška gora, garden and the Museum of the City of Ljubljana, Trubar's homestead in Rašica, Potter's Village Filovci - open-air museum, Žumberak-Samoborsko Gorje Nature Park, Prezida village core, the old town of Vrsar and the Croatian Zagorje Museum.

The main results of the project are the improved knowledge, capacities and expertise of the target groups, in particular the Community Heritage Communities, in integrating into local value-added chains, designing and implementing innovative common cross-border tourism programs and creating experiences with guests and young people.

Observe local cultural sensitivities and engage with local people and avoid embarrassment or even offence.
Learn a few words in a local language and open the doors to a more authentic experience.
Always ask if it’s OK to take a person’s photograph, and be aware that flash photography can damage artwork.

Different cultures have different attitudes to tipping – ask us or your guide for advice.

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