More Brits who book flights abroad are getting involved in socially responsible holidays, travel experts i-to-i have said.Jan Ashton, a travel advisor for i-to-i, said that more people are aware of travel implications such as carbon emissions.”[They are thinking]: ‘Is that journey really necessary? If we’re going to go travelling, let’s give back and do something at the same time, let’s not just be a tourist,’” she said.International development charity VSO reported a substantial rise in the number of enquiries for volunteer placements this week.A total of 2,813 enquiries were received between September 2008 and January, up from the 1,346 received between September 2007 and January 2008.Research published by Good Business in January found that almost three-quarters (72 per cent) of travellers thought that holiday companies were not doing enough to address social and environmental concerns.A further 76 per cent of travellers said they do not normally have enough information about environmental and social concerns to make an informed choice about where to travel on holiday.Insterested? Read Skyscanner’s article: Working Holidays for more information and ideas. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedMillions of Brits planning to embark on solo travelAs many as five million Brits are planning to travel by themselves this yearEurozone travel may be boosted by improving poundIncreasing numbers of Brits could be encouraged to book cheap flights to eurozone countries if the pound continues to improveMore Brits travelling on flights to ArubaIncreasing numbers of British holidaymakers travelled on flights to Aruba during the first nine months of this year.
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