Native Immersion is both an media of education and inspiration and a Travel House specializing in Indigenous Immersions. Operating as an International Tourist Board enriched by its travel magazine, Native Immersion offers to bring the voices and wisdoms of the guardians of the Earth to the hearts of travelers in a quest of meaning.
Created and narrated by Aurélie Debusschère and Jean-Philippe Le Moigne, photographer & specialists in indigenous tourism, the Native Immersion notebooks exclusively value the tourism experiences offered by the world’s ethnic minorities.
Native Immersion is a connecting space between indigenous communities and travelers. Through its status of NGO & Social Enterprise, Native Immersion weaves the link through travel advice, the creation of educational tools and graphic travel guides, as well as the organization of cultural events in Europe.
immersion experiences around the world, with the complicity of its collective partner The Constellers.
Native Immersion is an ultra-specialized agency in Indigenous Tourism.
Unlike community tourism, fair or responsible tourism, indigenous tourism is defined by its priority, systematic and total adherence to local and international laws about indigenous peoples including:
- United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)
- Larrakia Declaration in terms of development of Indigenous Tourism
- Convention 169 of the International Labor Organization with regard to indigenous and tribal peoples