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You love to travel. You know that travel can be a force for good but you also know that it is contributing to environmental challenges which will affect our future generations. We get it. You feel conflicted and guilty and so do we!

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Greg Bakunzi, founder of Red Rocks Rwanda, talks about the co-existence between tourism, conservation and community development, and how it can help to make a truly responsible tourism offering. 

Today we're joined by Greg Bakunzi who is the Founder Red Rocks Rwanda.
Red Rocks Rwanda is an Ecotourism company and a social enterprise that is all about promoting sustainable tourism through community and conservation programs. They bring under-served communities into the tourism supply chain and support community development projects that help people to help themselves through various initiatives.
With a variety of accommodation offered, Red Rocks cultural tourism scheme involves developing the community and promoting their nature preserve through tourism and enhancing intercultural exchange programs, between the host local community and visitors. 
In this episode I speak to Greg about how he believes tourism, conservation, and community development can co-exist to make a truly responsible tourism offering. 
And if you’d like to learn more about Red Rocks Rwanda, then please do visit
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That’s our show for this week. Thanks so much for your company and remember, when it comes to Climate Friendly Travel, every small step forward, is giant stride when we all step together…


Geoffrey Lipman, SUNx Co-founder