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The Power of Impactful Tourism on International Women’s Day

As engaged citizens all over the world celebrate International Women’s Day, Luxury Gold Cares, in partnership with their non-profit foundation The TreadRight Foundation, highlights the power of impactful tourism to the local communities they visit across the globe. 

The TreadRight Foundation, highlights the power of impactful tourism to the local communities they visit across the globe.

Clients can visit local communities in Peru, Italy, Canada and India which help provide economic empowerment for women artisans.


Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez’s Heritage Benefits Education

Guests can meet with Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez in Peru on the 12-day Treasures of the Incas luxury escorted journey Armed with the knowledge that the traditional ways of life in Chinchero, Peru were being lost with each new generation, Nilda decided to take steps in order to maintain her cultural heritage while also providing employment to the people of her region.

Clients will have the opportunity to purchase the women’s beautifully woven items and to bring them back as meaningful gifts to their loved ones.


Marta Cucchia Keeps Perugia Weaving Tradition Alive

Guests can travel to Perugia to meet with Marta Cucchia on the 21-day La Serenissima guided journey. Continuing the lineage of her foremothers, Marta runs Laboratoria Giuditta Brozzetti, a workshop and school dedicated to the production of artistic textiles, founded and named after her great-grandmother.

In the almost 100 years since its creation, the workshop teaches the art of hand-weaving on antique wooden looms, a rich part of the region’s heritage that has been passed on from mother to daughter. Guests can purchase woven items to support the women’s collective during their visit.


Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School Focuses on Indigenous Women Artists

While in Toronto on the 19-day Trans-Canadian Grandeur with Stampede and Via Rail Prestige journey, clients can venture on their own to the Bata Shoe Museum where Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School offers a weekly sessions, led by female elders and women artisans from the community, teaching the traditional art form of mukluk and moccasin-making.

This not-for-profit program looks to sustain Indigenous craft while offering a once-in-a-lifetime cross-cultural exchange to guests while providing these Indigenous women with a platform to showcase the culture of their people to the global marketplace.


Rajasthan Women Building Their Communities on a ME to WE Culturally Immersive Experience

In partnership with ME to WE, clients looking for a truly immersive and meaningful experience, can join the 16-day Imperial Rajasthan with Me to We Experience and participate in WE Village India projects taking place in the Udaipur and Rajsamand district in the northern desert state of Rajasthan.

During the 4-day ME to WE experience, guests have the chance to walk side-by-side with powerhouse women as they collect water, care for livestock, and cook for their families before participating in projects to help enhance their community like building schools, enabling mobile health clinics, and agricultural training. 

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