Your travel website is the representation of what your business looks like. In today’s world sustainability has become a buzzword, so it is important that we shout out our commitment on social media; you all are doing really good work and it is worth the effort to use it as a marketing tool. We would advise the travel and tour operators to include the below on your website:
Collarwali or ‘Mataram’ ‘Respected Mother’ in Hindi, who died recently. She is a legend in the Pench Tiger Reserve that straddles the Madhya Pradesh and Maharashta borders of India.
Google encourages green travel through its new features, which help the consumer make eco friendly choices. These new features are added to Google Search & Maps with the focus on reducing carbon emissions by 2030.
Model for post-Covid ecotourism Halt to road project in fragile bio-diversity hotspot revives conservation hopes Ornithologists Carol Inskipp, Rupendra Karmacharya and Prem Thapa with a follow-up about how their lobbying has halted a controversial road project in a northern Chitwan […]
Coronavirus has finally made us recognise that illegal wildlife trade is a public health issue TOFTigers have always campaigned for, and participated in NGO alliances, to close down on markets in wildlife products, alongside ‘Tiger farms’ in China and elsewhere […]