The certification system of the international Good Travel Program offers various tools for assessing, supporting and certifying the sustainability of businesses operating in the tourism sector. The program can be joined by all actors of the tourism supply chain, including hotels, guesthouses, restaurants, program hosts, attractions, tour guides, local TDM organizations, etc., who recognize the potential inherent in economic-social-environmental sustainability and want to move forward in this direction.
Innotime Hungary, as the representative of the program in Hungary, tries to help the domestic tourism operators to develop a system of sustainable tourism in our country in the long term.
Good Travel Seal certificate
Good Travel Seal + Certificate
Virus aware certificate
Good Travel Scan certificate
Sustainability certificate is a certificate based on GSTC criteria and specially developed for micro, small and medium enterprises.
Businesses that are not directly related to the operation of the tourism sector (e.g. offices, farms, shops) can apply for the Good Planet Seal certificate under the same conditions and procedure.
Certified to full GSTC industry standard.
The rating is primarily recommended to those hotels that are interested in being recognized by Google and Booking.com as a Sustainable Hotel.
Certificate for businesses that adhere to virus prevention measures to recover from the coronavirus.
With this certification, businesses can prove that they have implemented effective measures against the spread of the virus, which allows them to better inform their customers.
With only 10 criteria, the Good Travel Scan is a tool for assessing the sustainability of businesses in the tourism sector that are embarking on the path to becoming more sustainable. This can be the first step towards full Good Travel Seal certification.
Find out more about qualification certificates in the English language publication of the Good Travel Program.
More information: Júlia Nagy (email@example.com), or Csenge Adriány (firstname.lastname@example.org)