Full page coverage of TOFTigers’ Good Wildlife Travel Guide in Today’s Traveller magazine

03 March 2014

Great full page coverage of TOFTigers' Good Wildlife Travel Guide in Today's Traveller magazine and the merits of booking a tiger-spotting trip with conservation at its heart via our membership. Click here for a link to the article. Copies of GWTG are available on our website – www.toftigers.org/GWTG.

More Archived TOFT News

Shortlist for forthcoming 2016 Wildlife Tourism Awards agreed
03 September 2016

TOFTigers Award committee have agreed the shortlist for the forthcoming 2016 Wildlife Tourism Awards. Nominations and voting over the last 4 months has been collected and scrutinised and today we agreed the shortlist for the ‘best of the Best’ in nature tourism across India and Nepal. The shortlist and winners are announced at a prestigious Gala event in the grounds of the British High Commissioners Residence, for the fourth time, where 250 of India’s best known nature tourism businesses, conservationists, forest and tourism officers, naturalists and guides, gather for the prestigious event. Madhya Pradesh are the State partners and a host of TOFTigers members have sponsored the events. - Read more...

Tiger State Partners Wildlife Tourism Awards as sponsor
16 July 2016

With its concentration of Tiger Reserves, Madhya Pradesh Tourism has taken the lead in becoming a State Partner for this year’s TOFTigers Wildlife Tourism Awards. We hope other sponsors will join them in a celebration of the best of the best in wildlife tourism with our headline media sponsors Sanctuary Asia and Outlook Traveller. The Award winners will be announced on 23rd September at a glittering ceremony in New Delhi – a date for your diary. - Read more...

REPORT : Greenwash harms hotel’s reputation - credible certification is only way to prove eco-friendliness
12 May 2016

Hotels across the globe are increasingly encouraging guests to embrace green practices. Yet while guests think they are supporting the environment by shutting off lights and reusing towels, they may in fact be victims of "greenwashing," a corporation’s deceitful practice of promoting environmentally friendly programs while hiding ulterior motives. - Read more...

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