Emu Trekkers to donate for deprived children

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Emu Trekkers, a non-profit tour operator in Australia, has launched guided walks to support the indigenous children. It will donate money to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation along with providing walking tours for disadvantaged children.

Founded by an Australian couple, Rutty Talati and Tristan Harley, the operator runs a variety of walks in in the Blue Mountains and the national parks of Sydney. It’s a 100% not-for-profit organisation where volunteer guides run all the tours.

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Ms Talati and Mr Harley established this company as a social enterprise with the mission to support deprived children. They got the idea from a 2016 trip to trekking volcanoes. The group they were with collected money for local children during that tour. Their desire to establish a similar program in Australia was the inspiration behind Emu Trekkers.

The slogan of the operator is, “Hike Australia. Help Kids”. Mr Harley said that there is a budding community of travellers who want not to travel only but help others in the process. They want to make their trips more meaningful by interacting with the locals and bringing positive changes to the local communities.

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The price of the tours starts from $49. Visit Emu Trekkers to get more information about the tours, their prices, and booking. You will definitely enjoy the company of a bunch of non-traditional guides coming from all walks of life.

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