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THE REASON WATER-TO-GO IS WORKING WITH THE DISCOVER ADVENTURE

Water-to-Go is a filtration system that eliminates over 99.9% of all microbiological contaminants including viruses, bacteria, chemicals and heavy metals from any non-salt water source.

Discover Adventure are an adventure travel company with fundraising at their heart. Made up of people who love the outdoors, their mission is to create adventure challenges that enable people to achieve their ambitions – be that getting fit, pushing their boundaries or doing something incredible to enable them to change the lives of others through fundraising.

Responsible tourism is an underlying principle at Discover Adventure and they are conscious of the effect we have on the planet particularly when travelling. By encouraging their members to buy a Water-to-Go bottle (using the code below), they hope to reduce plastic waste and do their bit for the environment.

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On 25th April 2015, a catastrophic earthquake hit Nepal causing devastation from Kathmandu to remote and isolated villages in the mountains. The devastation in the Nuwakot district was one of the worst areas affected with almost 1000 fatalities as well as 3000 homes made inhabitable. The Support Rural Nepal (SRN) project aims to help in rebuilding this community with sustainable and long-term resettlement. Approximately 430 houses have been designed using environmental and cost-effective methods to safeguard from future quakes while providing potential to generate income for the inhabitants through home-stays and promotion of eco-tourism.
Discover Adventure funds a place each year for a budding mountain guide, in Tanzania, to receive a recognised qualification in Tour Guiding and Wildlife Management from the Udzungwa Mountain College Trust. This education centre is supported by local tour companies, and actively promotes eco-tourism and conservation. A Tour Guiding and Wildlife Management qualification enables budding guides to gain good, regular employment and help them contribute actively to sustainable tourism within their country.
Discover Adventure has supported this project to re-plant trees in the Polylepis forests of the Vilcanota mountain range in Peru since 2010. The project is a collaborative effort involving 21 rural communities in the Lares watershed, near Cuzco, Peru. The trees planted are native Queuna trees, which thrive in habitats close to the snow-capped peaks of the Andes, between altitudes of 3500m and 5000m. The re-planting project has enabled over 500,000 trees to be planted since it began in 2007 and this is set to increase year on year.
how to redeem your 15% discount Enter this code at Checkout Water-to-Go will donate a further 15% to Discover Adventure charity projects
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