Resources

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TOFTigers produces a host of materials for members of the organisation, to help understand, drive and promote their sustainability journey.  All downloadable materials here are only intended for TOFTigers members and potential members and partners, and cannot be used or displayed – anywhere – without first becoming a member organisation or without our specific written agreement. In downloading any material or logos here you are accepting these terms and conditions.

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TOFTigers & PUG Logos Use: Terms and Conditions

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South Asian Travel Company, DMC or Ground Agent Registration Form

TOFTigers  International Travel and Tour Operators and Travel Agents Registration Form

Accommodation Application Form for Nepal

Join us – Introduction to Membership 2019

Bhutan Agents Application Form June 2019

Nepal Agents Application Form June 2019

Summary List of TOFTigers Members Updated on 29th January 2020

PUG and Footprint Certified Accommodation Provider Members updated in April 2020

Accommodation Application Form for India

Using the PUG certification to enhance your business opportunities

TIGERNOMICS – and the art of saving and sustaining Tigers c TOFTigers

The PUG kitemark explained  c TOFTigers

Tourism cover page

Your Waste explained by Waste Warriors

Presentation 2019

Join us – An Introduction to TOFTigers membership

2019

Driving Lodge SustainabilityPugdundee Safaris’ Journey April 2019

Presentation Footprint Certification Process

Feb 2019

Storytelling – Getting customers to sell you

The Good Wildlife Tourism Guide to India and Nepal

(Printed version and Downloadable)

Booklet – Responsible Steps Towards Best Practice

for Accommodation Providers

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Mela Kothi Chambal Safari Lodge – Outstanding Sustainable Nature Tourism – Case study

Evolve Back, Kabini – Outstanding Sustainable Nature Tourism – Case study

Dhole’s Den – What does Outstanding PUG certified sustainable tourism  look like?

Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge Pioneers in sustainable nature tourism. Outstanding PUG certification case study

Singinawa Jungle Lodge is helping to conserve Kanha’s ecosystem and promote its vibrant cultural traditions – Case study

TOFTigers COVID – 19 GUIDELINES

in association with Adventure Tour Operators Association of India (ATOAI)

Best Practice Traveller’s Code Leaflet for Visitors

TOFTigers Research.  The Value of Madhya Pradesh’s nature tourism to Conservation and Communities.  Published Oct 2017

Visitor Feedback Form

Your Nature Guide to Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

TOFTigers Park and Lodge Activity & Updates May 2019

TOFTigers Research.  The Value of Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve’s Nature Tourism sector to Wildlife Conservation and Communities  Published Sept 2018

Singinawa Jungle Lodge

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Staying true to its name which in Sherpa means Protector of the Sacred Forest, Singinawa Jungle Lodge is helping to conserve Kanha’s ecosystem and promote its vibrant cultural traditions.  Under new ownership, its lands have been doubled to 110 acres with close to 30,000 saplings planted under a new restoration drive guided by the lodge’s naturalists.

Evolve Back Kuruba Safari Lodge, Kabini

Nagarhole Tiger Reserve, Karnataka

Cleverly inspired in design by the Kadu Kuruba hadis, the local tribal village homestead, this picturesque wilderness resort is bordered on two sides by the Kabini reservoir. It sets out to ensure a very comfortable stay for guests – never forgetting its setting within this beautiful yet fragile environment.

Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge

Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Emulating the longhouse style of its local Tahru neighbours and built from indigenous materials. the lodge is surrounded by idyllic Terai landscape, and has been setting high standards for safari goers to South Asia since the 1960’s, as well as being pioneers in their support for the local area and its wildlife.
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Mela Kothi Chambal Safari Lodge

National Chambal Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh

A shining example of how a heritage property can be transformed into a thriving eco-enterprise which is helping to restore and protect the natural and cultural heritage of a previously little-known area.  Conservationists Ram Pratap Singh and Anu Dhillon have lovingly restored their 19th century family inheritance.

Dhole’s Den

Bandipur Tiger Reserve, Karnataka

Not unlike a very contemporary glass-fronted Alpine villa, this is Kartik and his wife Ingrid’s holiday home, combining their passion for hospitality with their love of nature, ensuring a ‘home from home’ within a comfortable eco-friendly environment.