„Every tree counts“, shout the children and young people at the Plant-for-the-Planet initiative. To save the earth’s climate, they want to plant no fewer than a trillion trees by 2030.
What makes RSD tour managers so special? Why is it them in particular that guarantee RSD’s success and the superb quality of our tours?
Their magic formula is first-class competence + a good dose of humanity = strong characters. And therefore the best source of support for our travellers.
We spoke to some of the 500 colleagues who work for us as tour managers all over the world. We’ve put together a few examples of what they had to say about what they like about RSD and its guests, and most importantly what they expect from themselves.
With RSD, we are discovering the world –
interviews with regular customers who have been travelling with us for many years
They’ve travelled with RSD six times, even seven times.
They’ve explored a lot, marvelled a lot, and really enjoyed their holidays. And they’d be happy to experience the wonders of the world with RSD time and time again. We asked them what it is that they particularly like about RSD tours, and what their fondest memories are
How RSD is effectively supporting a lovely dentistry project in South Africa
Around 160 kilometres north of Cape Town – on South Africa’s stunning west coast – is the small village of Paternoster. Many families here live on the edge of a basic subsistence. For children, this also means inadequate medical care. And this includes the care of their teeth. So out of the 300 children at the only school in the village, 95 per cent therefore need dental treatment. The „West Coast Kids“ aid project is therefore an absolute lifeline for them.
There’s a great reason for a party: RSD is celebrating its 10th anniversary! RSD started out in 2009 with a trip to Cappadocia. Today, in 2019, we are one of the largest cultural tour organisers in Europe with almost 2 million customers – and with a top collection of hugely popular worldwide holidays.
In September 2018, over 350 tour leaders from our partner NBK met up at the annual tour leader meeting.
RSD has acquired a fresh online look and proudly presents its new website. Plenty of striking pictures, more information, interactive and above all user-friendly operation – it all makes travel with RSD even more attractive.
Over 8,500 fatalities: that’s the sad balance of the devastating earthquake in Nepal in April 2015. Some 8.6 million people have been directly affected, including some 1.2 million children. They have been torn from their everyday lives, no longer have a roof over their heads, and many have lost family members, too. The constant fear of new quakes combined with the high level of poverty means that reconstruction work is progressing very slowly.