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ReCycle annual event


Over our 12 years of business, Footprint has always been the leading tour operator doing our utmost on responsible  travel where our important concept is to leave more positive impacts than just our footprints.

ReCycle is our annual event that aim to promote this concept, it’s a time to meet together our professionals such as travel consultants, tour operators, tour guides, partners, who share the same passion on responsible tourism.

The event is to cycle, recycle, support and to brainstorm on how to do better responsible travel at Footprint and for Vietnam in general.

Recycle 2014

Footprint’s 3rd annual event, an exciting 2days 1night cycling trip to Ninh Binh where participants can enjoy cycling along the beautiful paths of Ninh Binh and take part in our tree planting project in Cuc Phuong national park, with competition and more added.

It’s a trip to have fun, to plant trees to reduce carbon dioxide to help stop global warming... This is also to network among the responsible tourism stakeholders such as tour operators, tour guide, managers from Footprint and friends in the tourism industry.

Recycle Participation & Itinerary - click here

What is Recycle?

Recycle one of the 5Rs that we are encouraged to do save our mother planet, they are: Reuse, Recycle, Reduce, Renew and Respect.

Why ReCycle at Footprint?

Cycle is one of our core products in the recent years and more to come. And everyone knows many great benefits of cycling so together with our responsible travel initiatives, in 2011, we decided to make this our annual event where the team, partners, friends can cycle, recycle at the highest possibility to help save our environent and to support the poor communities


Recycle 2013 Itinerary

Recycle 2013 photos album

Recycle 2013 report