Marriott International has launched their “Good Travel: project in conjunction with Marriott Bonvoy, a new pilot program that offers meaningful travel across the Asia Pacific, giving guests the opportunity to connect with local communities.
In the midst of a devastating pandemic that has fueled the empathetic and philanthropic side of human beings, Good Travel enables travelers to forge links with local communities, whether at home or abroad, becoming an alternative for all who want to make a positive impact on society and the environment.
This program aims to promote cultural understanding while fostering positive change.
Good Travel takes its first steps with a pilot at 15 Marriott International hotels in the Asia Pacific. The main purpose of the project will be to offer experiences based on three fundamental pillars:
– Environmental Protection.
– Community Engagement.
– Marine Conservation.
Marriott International’s commitment to sustainability and the environment’s conservation is undeniable.
The company has set out to positively impact wherever it does business, benefiting customers, owners, associates, communities around the world, and the environment. Good Travel is an innovative alternative that will allow guests to contribute significantly to social and ecological improvement.
Marriott International has worked hard to preserve mangroves in Fiji, clean up beaches in Sanya and Busan, and transplant and restore corals in Okinawa and the Maldives.
It also donated essential items to fight the pandemic and motivated hotel associates in the Asia Pacific to volunteer for more than 200,000 hours to serve disadvantaged communities.
In 2021, its commitment and engagement with collective and environmental enhancement shows no signs of slowing.