We, Himalayan Recreation Treks and Expeditions are fully knowing of the Corporate Social Responsibilities of a leading business policy in accordance with which we assimilate social and environmental concerns in our business missions, tactics as well as interaction with accomplices.
Focusing on CSR in the context of tourism and congeniality is striving past the boundaries of early approaches to corporate sustainability by providing factual evidence to support the importance of integrating a range of stakeholder perspectives and needs throughout the planning, implementation, and evaluation of Corporate Social Responsibilities enterprises.
Believing that Businesses should preemptively encourage the public interest by inspiring community development, community growth and voluntarily banishing practices that harm the public sphere, regardless of legality. Furthermore, the business should clasp responsibility for the impact of their activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, and all other members of the public orbit. And also for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth to point out that CSR measures are voluntary and should therefore exceed legal regulations (e.g. environmental regulations, employment rights, etc.).
Now, Himalayan Recreation Treks and Expedition has been involved in social works through our non-profit organization (NGO) Shape Foundation Nepal like; Child Sponsorship Programme and Guide and Porter Policy.
Himalayan Recreation Treks will focus on making your trips an unforgettable one, but also sponsor a child and furnish them with an education and empower them and their community with opportunities for a better life.
We have all discerned the stories of porters left on the mountainside or freezing outside tents while travellers carouse inside. With us, it will never happen. We really serve our guides and porters equitably and impartially.
We’re firm in the belief that adventure travel can be a force for doing good, whilst being fully aware of the economic, environmental and ethical implications if not done properly. It is a privilege to take people on the journeys