The Company’s Responsible Tourism Policy
Aware of the importance of maintaining sustainable tourism development, and assuming the principles specifically adopted in the World Charter for Sustainable Tourism, NATURISNOR undertakes to carry out sustainable management of its activities, through the adoption and commitments aimed at preventing, eliminating or reducing the impact of our facilities and activities, both internal and external, as well as optimizing the Company’s sustainability by improving its behavior towards the environment.
To this end, NATURISNOR has adopted the following responsible tourism policy, through which it undertakes to comply with the requirements established in the Biosphere Referential, which includes, among other things, the legal requirements that regulate the effects generated by tourism activity.
Thus, we commit to
- perfect sustainable management, making commitments to continuous improvement in all areas of sustainability: social, economic and environmental, as well as customer satisfaction;
- guarantee gender equality, both in remuneration and in the safeguarding of rights inherent to maternity and/or paternity, and in the support for conciliation between family and professional life
- motivate and train our employees with training and awareness actions on the principles of Responsible Tourism;
- promote good environmental practices and participate in external activities;
- inform, both internally and externally, about the company’s environmental advances and actions.
- adopt accessibility measures for people with sensory, physical, intellectual and/or mental disabilities.
NATURISNOR also expresses its public repudiation of any and all forms of exploitation and commercial harassment, particularly of children, adolescents, women and minorities, assuming, throughout its value chain, a position unequivocally opposed to any form of discrimination, inside and outside the company, both in terms of language and behavior.
This Responsible Tourism Policy will be updated whenever circumstances so require, adopting and publishing, in both cases, new sustainability objectives.