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InColombia.Travel compromise with sustainability

Sustainability Policy


We are travel agency dedicated to promote tourism in Colombia and therefore it is committed 100% with sustainability, with protection to the destinations we promote, with the care and respect for our cultural, natural and environmental patrimony.

As Colombian citizens promoting our tourist products we are committed to comply with the ethical code and we reject sexual and commercial exploitation of children and teenagers, we reject all kind of discrimination and by trading environment friendly tourism products we want to offer growth and development opportunities to the different regions of our country and their people.

Our sustainability policy is established according to the technical rule NTS-TS-03, fulfilling the environmental, social, cultural and economic sustainability and off course with the Colombian law.

Impact and Responsible actions with sustainability

We are aware of the social, cultural, economic and environmental impact generated and that is why we promote:
Buy typical souvenirs made in our regions and help the local community economy.
→ Do not buy or try to take away from its habitat flora and fauna. This is a crime and damages the destination you are visiting.
→ Do not accept, promote or participate in the sexual exploitation of children.
→ Understand the cultural, economical and ideological difference of the colombian regions and the people you are visiting.
→ Buy legal typical handcrafts at fare prices with local people.
→ Please turn off all the electric equipment you use like lights and air conditionings.
→ Reduce CO2 emissions by simply turning off vehicles when they are not in use.
→ Do not traffic cultural, environmental, animal or human patrimony of our country.
→ Fulfill colombian law and demand others to fulfill it too.

We promote compliance with Colombian legislation that protects our heritage.

Law 1333 of 2009 – International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
Resolution 584 of 2002 – By which it establishes the list of the threatened wild species of the Colombian biological diversity that are in national territory and other dispositions.
Law 1185 of 2008 – Law of the Colombian cultural heritage.
Law 679 of 2001 – By means of which a statute is issued to prevent and counteract the exploitation, pornography and sexual tourism with minors, under article 44 of the Constitution.
Code of conduct – Minimum commitments to be contained in the Code of Conduct to be adopted and complied with by tourism service providers.
Law 1336 of 2009 – By means of which Law 679 of 2001, combating exploitation, pornography and sex tourism with children and adolescents, is added and strengthened.

Environmental Sustainability Programs

✓ Efficient use and use of water and water resources.
✓ Efficient use and use of paper.
✓ Efficient use and use of electrical energy.
✓ Work and trade with companies with a valid RNT.
✓ Prevention and protection of the natural and cultural heritage of the nation and for the prevention of sexual and commercial exploitation of children.

This sustainability policy is updated whenever necessary and will be approved by InColombia.Travel management.


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According to article 17 of law 679 of 2001, InColombia.Travel warns tourists that the sexual exploitation of minors in Colombia is punishable criminal and administratively according to the law.

Según el artículo 17 de la ley 679 de 2001, InColombia.Travel advierte a los turistas que la explotación sexual de menores en Colombia es castigada criminal y administrativamente de acuerdo a la ley.



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