Why plant with us?

One Forest At a Time

To work efficiently, we carefully select & try to focus on one forest of

around 70,000 to 100,000 trees at a time. 

 

Once the tree planting project is underway, we send some of our team to check on progress & then we revisit from time to time to ensure that the forest continues to be well maintained – Clelia, our film-maker, also takes photos & videos that we share with you, so you can see how the forest is growing.

We know there are many CO2 Offsetting programs, but we feel they’re a bit like throwing a coin into a well & making a wish, without knowing what actually really happens to that coin. 

 

Trees4Travel offers something tangible, understandable & affordable - something

that we can all see, be proud of & watch grow.

By collaborating with accredited partners, our goal is to support tree-planting & 

local communities in a manageable, sustainable and efficient way.

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Reporting & Updates

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We will show you the exact location of where your trees are planted, you can watch them grow or even go visit them if you like.

World map of tree plantations
Tree plantation plots
Aerial view of forests
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We report back to you on a monthly basis to show you how much CO2 your saplings are absorbing as they grow.

CO2 emissions graph
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We show an account of how much CO2 has been created by your trips & show you how you can improve your carbon footprint.

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We only work with verified planting partners to ensure all our forest projects are impactful & successful.

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More Positives  of PLANTING TREES 

Air

Planting trees helps clean the air that we breathe & absorbs harmful pollutants & carbon from the atmosphere.

Water

Planting trees helps filter & clean our drinking water. The roots of trees also helps to stop flooding & landslides.

Biodiversity

Planting a tree helps to provide a home to thousands of species of insect, fungi, moss, animals and plants. Trees provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity

Social Impact

Planting trees creates work for local communities

on multiple levels. Trees can also provide food for humans & animals. 

Health 

Studies have shown that spending time around trees - what the Japanese call shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing can promote health and happiness.