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ITB Berlin one week away. Meet Footprint Vietnam Travel (Hall 26A, Stand 106)

itb-berlin-300x224 ITB Berlin one week away. Meet Footprint Vietnam Travel (Hall 26A, Stand 106) ITB Berlin is only one week away. That leaves a few more days for introductions and securing meetings, as well as packing. Footprint Vietnam Tavel is very excited about the opportunities ITB Berlin always brings, and this year is no exception.

Footprint Vietnam travel has been a leader in responsible tourism for more than ten years. Its tours range from fully packaged multi-day all inclusives, to short trips and classic city tours. Many of their Vietnam tours and trips have cycling and trekking options. Footprint also has a full line of join-in and luxury private cruises through One of the Seven World’s Wonders of Nature and World Heritage Site Ha Long Bay.

Footprint has also designed many of its tours in support of local tourism projects and community initiatives. Footprint’s 3 day trekking to Sapa, which has become its most popular tour, supports a community based tourism project in the village of Taphin. Footprint has also supported projects in Ha Long Bay, Ha Giang, Moc Chau, and Cuc Phuong National Park.

Finally, Footprint Vietnam is quickly becoming an expert in educational and tailor-made voluntours. Just this month Footprint has created custom packages for two Canadian Universities. The tours were designed to support an accredited international business course, as well as to deliver dental hygiene training to local children.

If you would like to meet Footprint Vietnam Travel, please look them up on the ITB Berlin site. They will be in Hall 26A at stand 106A, near the Vietnam stand. We are extra-interested in meeting other responsible tour operators from around the world, tour wholesalers, new global partners, and anyone who would like to learn about Vietnam.

Footprint would like to wish all exhibitors coming to ITB Berlin, safe and happy travels. See you there!

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