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Voluntourism: COP26 Media Bundles


COP26 is the ideal opportunity to think about the impact we can make in our travels.  We understand that voluntourism is on the rise as visitors have a desire to travel more sustainably and ethically.  Voluntourism or “working holidays” allows visitors to develop a deeper connection with Scotland, the locals, and their selves by leaving a positive impact on the places they visit.

In Scotland, there are a variety of fun, positive, and skillful volunteering opportunities for visitors to enjoy this autumn/winter and in 2022:

  • Volunteer of Scotland’s most sustainable island
  • Keep Scotland Beautiful
  • Embark on a wild Scottish adventure by volunteering with John Muir Trust
  • Conserve the Caledonian Forest
  • Help build and maintain trails with the Glentress Trailfairies
  • Help maintain the magic of Skye 

Voluntourism: COP26 Media Bundles

Voluntourism allows visitors to develop a deeper connection with Scotland and there are a variety of volunteering opportunities for visitors to enjoy. Download our COP26 media bundles to find out more.

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Usage Editorial content can be published in a variety of formats, ranging from print or digital to online. In print, content can be featured in newspapers, magazines, or brochures. Online, content can be published on a blog, website, article, or social media. Regardless of the format, this content should always promote Scotland’s tourism in a positive way.