New DMC member - Seek & Hide (Unforgettable Getaways India)

31 July 2017

At Seek & Hide, the focus is on Indian destinations, professional help, honesty, and most importantly, facilitating unforgettable holidays tailormade for travellers seeking to see India authentically without sacrificing comfort. The name ‘Seek & Hide’ indicates that they offer calm in the clamour and chaos around travel. They organise trips to any destination in India, offering a variety of special interest, cultural and experiential holidays. For more information, visit their webpage or contact them at +91 9663864444 or travel@goseekandhide.com

More Archived TOFT News

Two fabulous exclusive wildlife holidays on SPECIALS
02 December 2017

Join the festive spirit – travellers can now bid for holidays kindly donated by two of our Wildlife Tourism Award winners. Singinawa Jungle Lodge are offering 2 nights Delhi, 5 nights Kanha Tiger Reserve exclusive tiger, wildlife and indigenous art experience. Mela Kothi – the Chambal Safari Lodge – just 90 kms from the Taj Mahal - are offering a 3 night birders dream. - Read more...


TOFTigers delights in 100th Indian DMC member
23 November 2017

TOFTigers are delighted to welcome our 100th Indian dmc to the organisation, that of Mileage Holidays. This milestone coincides with the 2017 United Nations Year of Sustainable Tourism, and helps reinforce our core objectives of collective action for a better protected planet. - Read more...


Launch of the report - 'The Value of Wildlife Tourism to Conservation and Communities in 4 tiger reserves in Madhya Pradesh' by Dr Raghunandan Chundawat
26 October 2017

Today TOFTigers and Baavan, led by Dr Raghunandan S. Chundawat and his research team, are delighted to launch a new in-depth report entitled: THE VALUE OF WILDLIFE TOURISM TO CONSERVATION & COMMUNITY IN MADHYA PRADESH. This seminal report highlights the benefits of nature tourism to bordering communities, and its value in supporting wildlife conservation efforts, reducing rural poverty, and helping decrease villagers dependency on the forests. Click here to download full report - Read more...


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