Our commitment to a better future
We are a member of 1% For The Planet
Our travel agency Andes Viva is a proud member of 1% for the Planet, a global network of businesses that commit to giving back 1% of our annual revenue to environmental causes. We believe that it is our responsibility to protect the planet for future generations, and we are committed to doing our part to make a difference.
We are passionate about sustainable travel. That’s why we support the Foundation Rewilding Chile, helping nature heal, giving space back to wildlife and returning wildlife back to the land, as well as to the seas.More information
We from ANDES VIVA do deeply believe that Tourism does not only help to grow, but that it can also help to sensitize society for a respectful and responsible interaction with the environment and its ethnic roots. The preservation of the natural and cultural resources/treasures is a predominant goal on an international level, and ANDES VIVA is part of this process.
We do support actively projects and elements of responsible and sustainable tourism. Programs which do meet these benchmarks are carefully identified and represent the mayor part of the product range ANDES VIVA offers.
This selection is realized through a modern system of support for sustainably oriented service providers.
This concept allows the certification with a “seal of approval for sustainable tourism” to recognize the efforts of the best service providers in the tourism industry. We encourage all service providers to follow the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism.
Native Forests and its Conservation
The area covered by forests represents 23.3% of the national territory with 17.66 million hectares; of these, native forests cover 14.41 million hectares, which represents 19.04% of the national territory.
These pristine forests offer a unique opportunity to glimpse into the past: What did the earth look like in another time? Andes Viva is committed to the preservation of these forests. Learn more about the Native Forests in Chile.Native Forest