Apr 2, 2020

GOOD Travel goes virtual

A message from our founders

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Dear GOOD Travellers,

What we are seeing unfold in the world today is unprecedented and we know that each and every one of you are impacted in some shape or form. We want you to know that we care about you and we are thinking of you.

Our thoughts also extended to our GOOD partners around the world, whose invaluable work and the communities they work within will be deeply impacted by the events we are seeing unfold today.

We started GOOD Travel because we care about people and we believe in the power that tourism has to empower people, to inspire people, to connect people and to create new opportunities and livelihoods within communities. It is precisely because we care about all of you and your families, that we have postponed all of our trips until we know that it is safe and responsible for us to travel again.

We also started GOOD Travel because we believe in the power of connection: to cultures, to places, to each other. As we enter this indefinite time of social distancing and self isolation, remaining connected is more important than ever and we want to continue to stay connected to you. Please engage with us, message us, video chat with us, travel virtually with us.

We’ll be sharing pictures, stories, articles and more with you through our #virtualtravel series and we hope you’ll join us as we continue to explore and celebrate our world, and as we endeavour to stay connected and positive during this challenging time.

We are thinking of you all, and we know that we’ll share another adventure with you again soon!

Thank you for always following and supporting us.

Best wishes,

~ The GOOD Travel Team

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Shelley Bragg

Shelley Bragg, a native South African, resides in Bangkok and is our Director of Development. Shelley has extensive experience planning and organising group travel experiences, and brings fundraising and marketing experience to the team.

Dear GOOD Travellers,

What we are seeing unfold in the world today is unprecedented and we know that each and every one of you are impacted in some shape or form. We want you to know that we care about you and we are thinking of you.

Our thoughts also extended to our GOOD partners around the world, whose invaluable work and the communities they work within will be deeply impacted by the events we are seeing unfold today.

We started GOOD Travel because we care about people and we believe in the power that tourism has to empower people, to inspire people, to connect people and to create new opportunities and livelihoods within communities. It is precisely because we care about all of you and your families, that we have postponed all of our trips until we know that it is safe and responsible for us to travel again.

We also started GOOD Travel because we believe in the power of connection: to cultures, to places, to each other. As we enter this indefinite time of social distancing and self isolation, remaining connected is more important than ever and we want to continue to stay connected to you. Please engage with us, message us, video chat with us, travel virtually with us.

We’ll be sharing pictures, stories, articles and more with you through our #virtualtravel series and we hope you’ll join us as we continue to explore and celebrate our world, and as we endeavour to stay connected and positive during this challenging time.

We are thinking of you all, and we know that we’ll share another adventure with you again soon!

Thank you for always following and supporting us.

Best wishes,

~ The GOOD Travel Team

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Shelley Bragg

Shelley Bragg, a native South African, resides in Bangkok and is our Director of Development. Shelley has extensive experience planning and organising group travel experiences, and brings fundraising and marketing experience to the team.

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