SANCTUARY TOFTIGERS WILDLIFE TOURISM AWARDS
Wildlife Promotion Company of the Year 2014
This wildlife safari operator founded in 2009 on a strong sustainable tourism foundation, has helped put India firmly on the world map as an unparalleled nature tourism destination. Together with its five lodge operations in Madhya Pradesh all of which pass TOFTigers' PUG eco certification, and overall team employing over 150 people, it has also pioneered wildlife camping and walking safaris in buffer zones and supported conservation and community development through its dedicated Conservation Cell.
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TOFTIGERS AT WTM ON MONDAY 3 NOVEMBER 30 October 2014
Join us for a glass of wine or juice and find out more about wildlife and sustainable nature tourism in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra
12-1PM IN260 kindly hosted by Madhya Pradesh Tourism
5-6PM IN180 kindly hosted by Maharashtra Tourism
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NEW DMC MEMBER – Sai India Travel joined TOFTigers campaign 29 October 2014
SAI India Travel is a Delhi-based specialist inbound travel company set up in 2009 organising tours across the Indian subcontinent. Tour themes include culture, special interest (including festivals), wildlife and nature, spa and wellness, and tribal tours. Owned and managed by the Bhatnagar family which has been part of the Indian tourism industry for three generations, the company offers a gamut of services to complement their core tour operator business including international and domestic ticketing, visa and passport, MICE and car rental services. Staff and drivers speak English, Italian and Spanish. Sai India Travel always ready to join hands with organisations working for the well being of society and the conservation of heritage and wildlife. Read more..
What is TOFT?
Travel Operators for Tigers (TOFT) is a unique campaign. Founded by a group of concerned Tour Operators, TOFT has now expanded to become a pioneering International 'collective action' campaign, run by Travel Professionals, aimed at those within the nature travel industry and all visitors to India's wildlife parks, to advocate, endorse and support more responsible use of wilderness areas in India, and the Indian sub continent. You can read more here.
Ecotourism guidelines submitted to the Supreme Court
Further to the Supreme Court hearing on 27th August, TOFT has released the present objections to the Guidelines. Read more..
A Future for our Parks - A Lodge Provider's response
Lodge Owners response to the draft Ecotourism Guidelines June 2011. Read more..