We are a proud member of Atta, showing our commitment to African tourism.
The African Travel & Tourism Association (Atta) is a member-driven trade association that promotes tourism to Africa from all corners of the world.
Recognised as the Voice of African Tourism, Atta serves and supports businesses in Africa representing buyers and suppliers of tourism product across 22 African countries. With over 550 members, Atta acts as Pan-Africa’s largest network of tourism product covering not only accommodation, transport and travel specialists in Africa, but a formidable selection of tour operators, representation and PR companies worldwide promoting tourism to Africa. Atta represents African tourism interests at the highest levels, in a continuing dialogue with many tourism ministries, tourist authorities and associations across the African continent.
Our profile: https://www.atta.travel/members/coquille-bonheur
Since the begining of the year 2019 we are a proud member of XO PRIVATE; which connects the world of luxury travel by bringing together the most unique forms of accommodation, incredible experience operators and knowledgeable destination specialists with the most sought-after, creative travel designers worldwide.
Additionally, all XO Private Members are offered a wide range of most attractive, cost-effective services stimulating most valuable industry connections, including a prominent, shared presence at numerous of the leading, appointment-driven travel trade shows around the globe.
In other words, XO Private still successfully stands out within the high-end travel industry with its refreshingly distinctive, innovative approach that delivers on its promises.
XO PRIVATE STORY
Ever since its inception in 2003, XO Private has always set out to be different, distinctive and refreshingly innovative in many ways. Today, this certainly hasn’t changed. Over the past 15 years, the luxury travel industry and world at large have experienced a tremendous leap forward through the high-paced rise and development of wireless telecommunications and the Internet. In other words, it was time for the XO Private team to differentiate itself and start pioneering once more by embracing this exciting new future with the launch of a B2B membership-style platform that perfectly integrates what today’s connected world of high-end travel trade professionals requires and expects.
We are a proud partner of IAGTO which is the global trade organisation for the golf tourism industry. Established in 1997, IAGTO’s membership now comprises 2173 accredited golf tour operators, golf resorts, hotels, golf courses, receptive operators, airlines, tourist boards, approved media and business partners in 96 countries including, at its core, 529 specialist golf tour operators in 62 countries.
Since 2016 we are a member of ‘The Code’ supporting child Protection against all sorts of exploitation including commercial and sexual exploitation in travel and Tourism Industry.
About 'The Code'
The Code (short for “The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism”) is an mutli-stakeholder initiative with a mission to provide awareness, tools and support to the tourism industry in order to prevent the sexual exploitation of children.
The sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism encompasses a broad spectrum of exploitation of children including in prostitution and pornography, for the production of online child abuse material, and in the sale and trafficking of children in all its forms, as well as various travel products that put children at risk of exploitation, such as voluntourism, orphanage tourism and mega sporting events.
According to the Global Study there is no country that is untouched or immune to this crime, and the tourism and travel industry can play a key role in its front line position to prevent the sexual exploitation of children directly in its tracks.
When companies become members of The Code they commit to taking six essential steps to protect children, which we call the six criteria of The Code.
These are to:
1. Establish a policy and procedures against sexual exploitation of children
2. Train employees in how to recognise and report potential cases of child abuse
3. Include clauses in supplier contracts stating zero tolerance of sexual exploitation of children
4. Provide information to travellers on how to recognise and report suspected abuse
5. Engage and inform key stakeholders for protection of children
6. Report annually on your company’s progress so we can publicise your inspiring work
Learn more about The Code and how we work to protect children at www.thecode.org