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Whether you’re travelling solo or with friends, our joiner tours are perfect for meeting like-minded people who want to travel with a purpose!
MAD’s co-founder, Tom Graham, explains why he started MAD Travel in his book, ‘The Genius of the Poor’.
Venture off the beaten track as you discover the life of the Aetas in Yangil Village. Go on a trek that gives you a glimpse of their day-to-day activities, help reforest their land, and celebrate cultural diversity through food, music, and stories. learn more >>
• Indigenous Culture
Step into this laid back surf town and learn about the Altas of Diteki by trekking through rivers, among lush forests, and into secret waterfalls. Visit a local cacao farm, find out how important the cacao business is in the Philippines, and try their fresh dark chocolate. learn more >>
• Waterfalls Trek
• Local Culture
• Cacao Farm Visit
Learn about social enterprise, contribute to positive social and environmental change, and discover places of immense natural beauty. Warning: this trip might be life-changing! learn more >>
• Local Culture Immersion
• Social Entrepreneurship
• Tree-planting with Indigenous Tribe
Get a glimpse of hope and our movement to a more sustainable progress as you step into GK Enchanted Farm. Learn all about the humble beginnings of a number of local brands that started in the farm. Be inspired with their stories and get to try out and experience their products. learn more >>
• Social Enterprise
• Plastic Waste Solutions
invite your travel buddies!
Customise your private madventure for your own group! Choose which destinations you want to visit on your own schedule. If you don’t see a particular place you had in mind, let us know and we’ll be happy to design your trip with you!
GK Founder Tony Meloto, quoted in ‘The Genius of the Poor’
With the season of giving just around the corner, these local brands and advocacies can help you do good whether you’re booking your next getaway
Poverty made me timid, hopeless, and afraid. It made me hungry as well. But poverty became my asset to chase my dreams for my family, community, and country. I dream of communities where no one is hungry, where no one is a slave, where no one is homeless or landless in his/her own country.
The fight for environmental sustainability, inclusive business practices, and locally produced goods is tough – but it’s not lonely. In BPI Sinag, BPI Foundation gathers a