Direkt Nachhaltig - direkt Sustainable

We stand for more sustainability. We want to incentivize and inspire guests,
 partners, service providers and employees alike.
Tree seedlings goal 5.000 trees to plant
39 %
Collect bread goal 10.000 buns to recover
42 %
Kinderhilfe Moldawien goal 50.000 € donations
38 %

Our goals

Why “Direkt Nachhaltig“? – What are our goals?

Tourism is and remains one of the most important leisure activities of humanity.  However, at the same time, tourism is one of the serious reasons why our environment is in danger of collapsing.
We, as a small company, want nevertheless to make our contribution to make the world a better place. With our “Direkt Sustainable” project, we have addressed three issues that we would like to expand and promote even more intensively in the future.


our projects

Much is said about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). How seriously do the companies sustainable social responsibility really take is only in fact shown when the words are followed by acts.
We have already achieved a lot!

tree seedlings

We from "Direkt Holidays" have decided to plant a tree for each booking. You are also welcome to participate in this project with your tree donation. All tree seedlings will be planted in our region during a "tree planting" campaign this summer.

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Kinderhilfe Moldawien

The aim of the association "Kinderhilfe Moldaywien" is to give a new and better future to children in need through the work of a sustainable project. Through our work we mainly help children, but we also create jobs and help so many people breaking the cycle of poverty.

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Bread recycling

Food is extremely valuable! They are worth given attention to. Nevertheless, in Austria, large quantities are wasted or even thrown away every day.
But why?
There are so many ways to reuse NOT SPOILED food.

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The Hybris that makes us attempt to create Heaven on Earth
leads us to transform our good Earth into Hell

Karl Popper
(Anglo-Austrian philosopher, founder of the Critic Realism, 1902 – 1994)