Treat your own water

Choosing to treat your own drinking water when you travel is better for you, the people you visit and for the planet for a host of reasons.

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Chris Mackay, co-founder of TAP shares why and how to travel prepared to clean your own water. It's safer, easier, cheaper and better for the environment.

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World Water Day is once again upon us, but what does that really mean? What is World Water Day? World Water Day has been observed on 22 March since 1993 when the United Nations General Assembly declared 22 March as "World Day for Water". The UN and its member nations devote this day to ...
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Kassie from the TAP Crew here, one week into my Peruvian adventures and I am sitting on a long and winding bus ride from Peru’s adventure capital Huaraz to Peru’s sprawling capital city, Lima. Tomorrow I fly to Puerto Maldonado to explore a small southern portion of Peru’s treasured ...
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I have recently returned from an inspirational journey to Nepal where I led a group of 9 people on a Crooked Trails trip to look at the work of Maiti Nepal fighting human trafficking. Although the focus of the program in Nepal was specific and challenging to wrap our heads around, the trip was ...
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Travelers Against Plastic

Founded by the Executive Directors of two US based sustainable travel organizations; Crooked Trails and Wildland Adventures.


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