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Chandrabhal Singh

Wildland Adventures

Wildland Adventures is rated the Best ‘Do-It-All’ Outfitter by National Geographic Adventure. Our trips are designed for active and inquisitive travellers who seek to protect our planet and experience the world without artifice. We hand select boutique accommodations with style and charm and visit local communities with expert native guides where guests can experience rural life and cuisines. Wildland is committed to sustainable tourism and supports tiger conservation with its “10,000 Tigers” initiative in collaboration with TOFTigers.

Responsible Travel

Using travel to support conservation and sustainable community development was a new concept in the 1980’s. While working for Costa Rica's National Park Service, Kurt Kutay, now President of Wildland Adventures, witnessed the power of ecotourism to preserve wild places and help local people in rural environments, hence the company was born. The Travelers Conservation Trust (TCT) was established at the same time as its non-profit affiliate programme and is funded by contributions from Wildland Adventures and its travellers. The TCT supports conservation, cultural heritage preservation, and the economic well-being of local communities. Examples of its projects include training local park guides in India, and the construction and management of a community learning centre for students in a remote Quechua village in Peru. A pioneering business leader in ecotourism, Kurt Kutay, was also a founding member of the board of The International Ecotourism Society, the International Galapagos Tour Operators Association, and the Maasai Environmental Resource Coalition. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), a global organization working to promote and encourage sustainable and environmentally and culturally sensitive adventure travel practices worldwide. In addition to TCT, Wildland also supports the non-profit TOFTigers initiative and our travellers to India each contribute $50 for the 10,000 Tigers Campaign which is given to TOFTigers. The basic premise of the 10,000 Tigers campaign is that legal, responsible, well managed tourism which works to benefit local communities is the best way to help save the forests of India and its tigers.


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3516 NE 155th St Seattle, WA 98155-7412, USA

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Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

Bandhavgarh is set amongst the Vindya Hills of Madhya Pradesh and consists of a core area of 105 sq km and a buffer area of approximately 400 sq km.

Satpura Tiger Reserve

Satpura National Park is one of India’s finest Tiger reserves, and was the winner in 2010 of the TOFT Wildlife Tourism Award for ‘most visitor friendly’ wildlife destinations.

Kanha Tiger Reserve

Kanha is considered by some as the India’s greatest park, an excellent habitat for many mammals and bird species.

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga, located on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River in the far North East, in the Indian state of Assam, is a very different Tiger reserve.

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Recommended Lodges

IN Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

Tree House Hideaway, Pugdundee Safaris

Tree House Hideaway is located in 21 acres of forested land with five private tree houses, held up by stilts, each set in its own tree from where you exist amongst the birds and tree-bound mammals of the surrounding jungle.

IN Satpura Tiger Reserve

Reni Pani Jungle Lodge

Reni Pani Jungle Lodge is a cleverly designed conservation and wildlife lodge run by a family who are seasoned Bhopali hoteliers. This beautiful lodge is located in pristine forest close to Satpura National Park.

IN Kanha Tiger Reserve

Singinawa Jungle Lodge

Located in 110 acres of reclaimed and restored jungle, Singinawa is appropriately named in Sherpa language meaning ‘Protectors of the Sacred Forest’.

Kanha Jungle Lodge

Naturalist and old timers Tarun and Dimple Bhati have run the Kanha Jungle lodge for over fifteen years, as part of Tiger Resorts Group

IN Kaziranga National Park

MV Mahabaahu

A cruise on the M.V. Mahabaahu along the holy Brahmaputra River in India’s north-eastern states offers you a real insight into the region’s rich cultural heritage

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Other Agents & Travel Companies

Here are some other committed International Travel Operators and Ground agents based in the Sub-continent, that you could consider travelling with. They have all committed to driving sustainability in travel. The choice is now yours.