The ASEV Travel sustainability mission

ASEV Travel understands the need to balance sustainable tourism practices alongside social, cultural and ethnic differences.

Our mission works towards a 3 tier approach with a focus on:

  • Socio-economic development: Supporting local communities and businesses
  • Environmental sustainability: Reducing our environmental footprint
  • Cultural sensitivity: Heritage preservation

    We aim to contribute to a sustainable society and to sustainable tourism by:

    • Committing that our travel experiences are in-line with sustainable standards
    • Empowering our partners with sustainability practice recommendations
    • Engaging with our suppliers to ensure we continue to provide high levels of care and attention, in-line with our CSR policies and Travelife centered values.
    • Maintain a constant commitment to review our policies and practices, to ensure they are in-line with our 3 tier approach.

    We are continuously working to improve our responsibility policy as this is an ever evolving part of the travel industry

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    Our leading CSR projects:


    A Non-riding Elephant Preservation Sanctuary in Pakbeng, Laos.

    Designed as a pilot project for the ecotourism industry, the Mekong Elephant Park demonstrates the founders’ aim of promoting sustainable tourism and supporting a threatened species as urbanization and the abuses they are confronted with threatens its survival. This project combines: 

    • An environmental purpose: preserving a threatened species.
    • An economic and social ambition: suggesting alternatives for the mahouts and their families;
    • A touristic aim conceived and planned in order to respect the two aspects above



    ASEV Travel invites travellers to meet Om at the Mekong Eden Farm, a young Laotian biologist trained and passionate about plants and agriculture. Accompanied by his assistant and newly international eco-volunteers, Om has re-created since less than a year, 40 minutes away from Luang Prabang, a small Eden along the Mekong on which he cultivates a bio experimental garden in the wild and sensitizes a village community around the good practices of organic farming but also eco-tourism.

    We support this young and promising 100% Laotian social entrepreneurship project by suggesting a unique immersive tour of Luang Prabang. In the company of his very young team guests may participate either in:

    • A replanting session of rice or vegetables
    • Vegetable picking