Every booking can help to protect and restore our planet, so you can feel even better about going on holiday. Together we can make a difference and even the smallest of actions can help, like saying yes to our climate hero initiative when you book any holiday or trip with us. You can travel in the knowledge that you’re helping to protect and restore ecosystems across the world through rewilding.

The breakdown of our climate is an urgent threat, to both nature and human society. Bigger and smarter action is needed in this defining moment. That’s why we’ve taken an innovative approach with our first environmental partner, Mossy Earth.

From planting native trees to protecting seagrasses and even restoring natural ponds, you can help support our bold ambition to reverse the destruction of our natural world.  When you book with us, £5 per passenger goes directly towards our ‘Climate hero’ projects and 100% of your contribution goes to support the projects below. Reasons like this are why we’re featured in the National Geographic Traveller Luxury Collection for 2022.


Sea otters are a keystone species, whose position in the food chain is crucial. By preying on sea urchins, who graze on kelp, they ensure the health of kelp forests and protect the many other species that thrive there. Along the Californian coast, marine recreation is growing and this is having significant behavioral and physiological negative consequences for the Southern Sea otter. The Sea otter disturbance research is well underway in Slough, California. The research the team is gathering will inform the future management decisions relating to the conservation work here. Conducting this research is crucial as it helps us better understand how tourism-related activities are negatively impacting sea otters.


We will be protecting and restoring Seagrass meadows. Seagrasses can take and lock up carbon at a rate that is approximately 30x that of forests. They also improve water quality and provide crucial nursing grounds for fish and benefit dolphins, as well as seahorses! A plan is currently being put together in coordination with local researchers and institutions to map out the seagrass meadows. With the support of a drone, this is a key part of the process of protecting and restoring these undersea meadows. Home to some amazing wildlife, and a store for huge amounts of carbon, they are a natural solution to the climate crisis.


We will be restoring small natural ponds across the UK because most ponds have been lost in the UK due to urbanisation and agriculture. Studies suggest that ponds are effective at taking carbon from the atmosphere and storing it in the soil. They also provide critical drinking water for wildlife and can even help to prevent floods. A site in Shropshire has now been earmarked for the restoration of our first freshwater pond. The region has been hit hard by flooding in recent years, with roads submerged and homes underwater. Ponds can make a large impact on the big environmental issues that affect us all: climate change, flooding, and pollution. All this, as well as being fantastic for wildlife!


We will restore the Caledonian forest in the Scottish Highlands. Historically, much of the Scottish Highlands were covered in a forest of majestic Scots pine and colourful broadleaf trees, home to a diversity of plants and animals. Today, the landscape is largely devoid of these woodlands. Our partner Mossy Earth has ordered the native tree saplings from a local nursery. The tree planting will begin in Autumn. Did you know? It is too warm, even in Scotland, to plant trees during the summer months.