Travel associations and communities we just can't get enough of.
We’d like to give a shout-out to the awesome organizations and groups doing amazing work in the travel community. They’re making sure travel is more accessible to all of us, and we couldn’t be prouder to be members. Their policies, programs and activities significantly benefit the sustainability, inclusivity and growth of the travel industry.
Fighting climate change like a boss.
Nobody offsets carbon pollution like Cool Effect—the organization that got their start in 1988 with clean-burning cookstoves and haven’t stopped since. “How does this relate to my travel?” you ask. Well, every quarter we donate 1% of our earnings to Cool Effect—investing in initiatives that reduce the carbon footprint from our trips. That means every time you travel with TrovaTrip, you’re making the world a little more green. Feels good, doesn’t it?
Making sure everyone is welcome.
The International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association, IGTLA started in 1983 and is the world’s leading network of LGBTQ+ friendly tourism businesses. They provide free LGBTQ+ resources and promote equality and safety in the travel industry. Association members include Operators, service providers, travel advisors, accommodations, destinations and more in 75+ countries. Be who you are, and let IGLTA help you do so safely.
Changing the world through tourism.
The Adventure Travel Trade Association, ATTA, is the largest global network of adventure travel leaders. Their community is made up of 30,000 guides, tour Operators, tourism boards, travel advisors, outdoor educators and more. Their members all have one goal in mind: sustainable tourism (and we’re about it). ATTA’s primary initiatives include climate action, women and youth in leadership, eliminating plastics and indigenous tourism.
Fostering trust in Operators.
The United States Tour Operators Association, USTOA, was created to promote integrity within the tour Operator industry. Their members represent some of the top names in travel and tourism and include a large portion of the Operator market in North America. When you see their logo in a travel brochure, rest assured the Operator adheres to the highest standards in the industry.