Rabbie’s, the UK’s market-leading small-group tours company, has added Manchester to its bank of UK departure points, offering three to nine day tours to enchanting places such as Snowdonia and the Lake District, to name a couple.
At the heart of Rabbie’s is the love for the communities it tours in. To demonstrate this commitment, Rabbie’s has partnered with local environmental organisations The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester, North Merseyside and Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) to ensure a positive impact on Manchester from a tourism perspective, but also from an environmental front.
Rabbie’s core values for environmental change and sustainable travel will be reinforced in the region by working closely with the Wildlife Trust and Greater Manchester Combined Authority through its various initiatives, which Rabbie’s will be closely involved in.
Heather Reekie, Marketing & Sales Director of Rabbie’s said “These organisations play a very important role in protecting the community’s natural heritage. We are proud to partner with these inspiring institutions in the regions to give back to the areas we tour in, and we encourage the people of Manchester to join in.”
The addition of Manchester to the company’s impressive portfolio of tours makes up the 7th departure point for Rabbie’s. This allows travellers to reach hidden gems of the region, taking guests beyond the guidebooks. From Manchester, guests will be able to explore communities and journeys through the Lake District, Snowdonia, Yorkshire and the Peak District. Guests travelling from Manchester to these regions will do so with peace of mind that their journey is positively contributing to the areas through sustainable tourism initiatives bolstered by these partnerships.
For the full sustainable tourism policy of Rabbie’s please click here: https://www.rabbies.com/en/
For more information on Rabbie’s and its Manchester Tours visit: www.rabbies.com/en