December 5, 2023: TOFTigers, in collaboration with the esteemed Sanctuary Nature Foundation, organized the 6th TOFTigers Wildlife Tourism Awards at Bikaner House, New Delhi. The awards ceremony, theme “Recognizing and Rewarding the Good Work,” served as a platform to honour outstanding contributions to sustainable and responsible tourism in the Indian subcontinent. The event brought together state tourism officials, businesses, service providers, photographers, community enterprises, wildlife enthusiasts that have demonstrated a profound commitment to conservation through exceptional wildlife tourism initiatives.
We are thrilled to announce a significant development in our ongoing commitment to conservation and the promotion of responsible tourism. TOFTigers has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Green Destinations, a global leader in sustainable destination management.
TOFTigers is excited to unveil the rescheduled dates for the 6th TOFTigers Wildlife Tourism Awards 2023 to December 5, 2023, at the distinguished Bikaner House in New Delhi. As a prelude to the awards, we are also hosting TOFTigers Sustainable Tourism B2B Travel Trade Show.
This year’s theme is “Recognising Responsible Wildlife Tourism”. The awards serve to recognize and reward the top performers in the nature tourism industry, including individuals, businesses, service providers, and community enterprises, who have demonstrated a deep commitment to sustainable practices and responsible tourism in the Indian subcontinent.
At TOFT we believe collaboration is a key contributor to achieving true sustainable development. Keeping in line with this school of thought, TOFT in collaboration with the Central Nodal Agency of Sustainable tourism will be helping spread awareness about Mission life especially in the realm of wildlife tourism.
TOFTigers has partnered with the ADAVI ALERT FOUNDATION for their upcoming event: ‘EYE FOR WILD’:2 day PAN INDIA event in Bangalore along with photography contest & exhibition. This contest aims to bring a sense of awareness about extremely serious issues that affect wildlife and conservation.
UNWTO highlights the opportunity to rethink how we do tourism, by putting people and the planet first and bringing everyone from governments and businesses to local communities together around a shared vision for a more sustainable, inclusive, and resilient sector.
TOFT India, the nature based travel trade alliance that focuses on driving more sustainable travel in South Asia, organised first in a series of workshops on “Sustainable Tourism” in partnership with Travelife in New Delhi on 5th August to sensitize the travel industry.