Our range of consultation services focuses sustainable and aboriginal tourism. We offer tools – business, action, development and marketing plans – to tourism organisations to help them develop & market their travel experiences. We offer conferences and write on aboriginal tourism in order to raise public awareness to this alternative form of tourism.
Aboriginal tourism is Rachel L’Abbé’s main expertise. Our consultation services in aboriginal tourism consist in supporting aboriginal entrepreneurs and communities in all stages of their development projects. Rachel L’Abbé wants to be proactive in raising the level of awarness of Quebecers, Canadians and international visitors toward aboriginal culture and tourism exepriences. Her sensitivity and open-mindedness are put in contribution in the development of these projects, which are beneficial for cultural identity.
Our consultation service in sustainable tourism consists in helping tourism developers in Quebec, Canada and internationally in the development of tourism project taking into consideration all aspects of sustainability. Rachel L'Abbé's knowledge in environment and sustainable development will support our clients facing these issues.
Conferences and training
Rachel L’Abbé has a PhD in sociology. Her thesis studied the impact of tourism on the identity of aboriginal communities. She also writes and gives conferences to raise public awareness about aboriginal people, to help Quebecers, Canadians and international travelers let go their barriers and be interested in discovering aboriginal tourism experiences.