At Say Hueque, we cherish the natural wonders of our planet and recognize that preserving them is crucial. However, we also believe that sustainability alone is not enough. That’s why we see travel as a powerful tool for making a positive impact on the places we visit.
Let’s take bold steps towards a brighter future, where we not only preserve our planet but also leave it better than we found it. This is the core foundation of sustainable tourism.
is all about making a
positive impact on the
places we love exploring.
Our plan is to PLANT
Our plan is simple: PLANT. Reach a new goal. Plant more. Repeat.
In partnership with ReforestArg, we plant 10 trees per every traveler to contribute to the land we love.
Twice a year, we travel to Cholila, Chubut – Argentine Patagonia- to plant those trees, contributing to preserving the native forests, uplifting the local community and giving back to Mother Earth.
We believe in the transformative power of travel for the sustainable development of local communities.
We prioritize working with small, family-run operators, promoting independent local accommodations over chain hotels.
By choosing to travel with Say Hueque, you can be assured that at least 80% of what you pay directly benefits the community.
We offer trips free of single-use plastics.
We hold our suppliers to high standards, insisting that they replace single-use plastics, such as bottles, containers, and disposable cutlery, with durable and sustainable materials.
This is a commitment we renew year after year, as we strive to minimize our environmental impact and contribute to a healthier planet.
Through this initiative, we save more than 9,200 plastic bottles a year.
We sign world treaties to fight against climate change.
Some of the global commitments to sustainable tourism we have signed:
- We are proud to announce that we have become a signatory of the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism
- We have acceded to the Guiding Principles of Future of Tourism
- We have also signed the initiative of the Tourism Declares Climate Emergency.