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HUMAN DIMENSION GROUPS

Our groups consist of 6 to 15 participants for the majority of our trips, sometimes reaching 15 to 25 for a few destinations, so that you may benefit from a personalized service. A small group facilitates sharing among the participants and getting close to the local people. Groups may be larger for associated trips.

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A SLOWER PACE

We are committed to allowing you the time to fully appreciate your trip.

Our itineraries have a slower pace than traditional tours, allowing travellers to absorb the beauty of the sites visited, to regenerate and to learn about the local culture in depth.

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THEMATIC TRIPS 

So that all your experiences with Spiritours can be unique and enriching, we make sure that each trip explores a particular theme through suggested activities, workshops or contemplation with regard to said theme. We want to offer a human and spiritual journey that touches the heart and nourishes the spirit.

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EXPERT TOUR ESCORTS

All our trips are enhanced with an escort trained in group tour management, the Spiritours philosophy and first aid including CPR and AED. They are carefully selected based on their human qualities, experiences, knowledge and proficiency with regard to personal and spiritual growth.

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FAIR-TRADE TOURISM

In order to encourage the local economy, we favour the tourism professionals (lodging, transportation, restaurants, etc.) of the country we’re visiting. We are dedicated to respecting the environment and local culture, and we strive to act accordingly.

Make a responsible gesture by purchasing carbon credits through Planetair when you sign up for one of our tours.

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ECONOMY OF COMMUNION

We are members of the Economy of Communion, a new economic model which puts the human being at the centre of its priorities instead of capital. The benefits are shared with the neediest. The idea behind Economy of Communion was launched by Chiara Lubich, founder of the Focolare movement, in 1991, to reduce the gap between the rich and the poor.