Dayana takes a holistic approach to planning sustainable travel, from selecting greener accommodation options to arranging Tesla transfers. This can be a boon for corporates who want to offset their carbon footprints with better choices that meet their reporting agendas.
For private travellers, Dayana’s input can be as simple as selecting a hotel close to key sightseeing spots, or for the more dedicated, she can arrange volunteering or conservation programs. She also looks out for sustainable tours to send her clients on.
Dayana is an advocate for off-season and local travel. She also chooses to promote countries and locations that have the appropriate infrastructure to cope with tourists.
“We all love to travel and I’m making it easy for you to search, book and travel as sustainably as possible,” she says.
Although companies are now taking corporate social responsibility more seriously than ever before, Dayana believes the social and environmental impacts of corporate travel are still often overlooked.
She’s now trialling a new program specifically to help corporates reduce the environmental impact of their travel. This could involve choosing greener hotels for business trips, vegetarian meals on flights and eco-friendly activities for team bonding events.