Launch of Free Nature Guide leaflet to Bandhavgarh sponsored by TOFTigers

28 February 2013

TOFT launches the first of the new free Nature Guides to parks, starting with Bandhavgarh. The 8 page high quality guides are aimed at encouraging greater nature awareness and less tiger centric tourism within parks, and include detailed route maps, a guide to mammals and top ten birds, jungle etiquette and uniquely the five tigers you are most likely to see in the park, with a short paragraph on their individual characters and stripe patterns.  The leaflet is distributed by guides, naturalists and via lodges in the park.  However you can download a copy here. To order copies for your lodges or your own clients please email laura.downer@toftigers.org

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