Tripadvisor To Stop Selling Tickets To See Cetaceans08/10/2019
Do you have a fancy to see cetaceans while travelling overseas? It is usually a great fun to visiting such places. But there are upsetting news. Tripadvisor world’s most leading website will stop selling tickets to see cetaceans.
The rating giant announces “no longer sell tickets to, or generate revenue from, any attraction that continues to contribute to the captivity of future generations of cetaceans “. This will ultimately stop selling tickets to see cetaceans.
Any premises that directly breeds or imports cetaceans for amusement will forbidden from selling their packages from Tripadvisor and Viator. Also, this removal will become fully operational at the end of 2019.
However, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and other animal welfare organisation hails this move as a victory.
PETA announces on its website , “Following a series of meetings with PETA, TripAdvisor announced that it would no longer sell elephant rides—as part of a broad-sweeping policy change that also prohibits sales for “swim with dolphins” programs and tiger encounters.”
Tripadvisor also announces its Animal Welfare Polices in full in-order to protect the animal.
But, there are exceptional circumstances Tripadvisor will allow selling tickets to whale and dolphin seaside sanctuaries.
According to New Zealand Herald, there are several travel websites like British Airways, Virgin Holidays announces to stop selling Sea World tickets from this year.
The policy will not apply to seaside sanctuaries that provide care to cetaceans are already in captivity. Tripadvisor also has a better plan to protect dolphins and whales.
It also our utmost responsibility to protect the sea life creatures otherwise there are chances they will become extinct in the upcoming future. As, they provide better environmental protection to save our planet.
Unless, we take necessary steps their life will become more endanger. You will find more useful information from Panda.org on how important they are for our planet.
Meanwhile, we have previously discussed in a separate article TripAdvisor is failing to eliminate fake hotel reviews from its website.