BE THE CHANGE – TRANSFORM YOUR BUSINESS PRACTICE
TOFTigers is a collective action campaign; a global alliance to help drive nature stewardship across South Asia and beyond.
From the start of a traveller’s journey, via the supply chain through to the nature destination, TOFTigers helps businesses large and small – wherever they are on this path – along their sustainability journey.
‘Follow the PUG’ is just one part of the commitments we ask to help businesses drive their ‘triple bottom line’ – and succeed beyond their wildest dreams – and our mission of saving and supporting wilderness and its wildlife better.
Hundreds of Businesses are making the sustainability journey
Is your business on a sustainability journey or does it want to start on this journey?
Hundreds of companies have worked with TOFTigers since 2004, generating positive social, environmental and economic impact for nature based destinations over 15 years.
See how others have become part of our winning team too.
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.
MEASURES OF SUCCESS
Since our launch in 2004 tiger numbers up from 1400 to over 2500
Many well visited park now overflowing with tigers – having to relocate tigers to new parks
A passionate army of nature lovers created through new access to their natural heritage
Massive new economics driving conservation funding, jobs, poverty reduction and community Support
Visitor park fees in a number of parks now generating more revenues than budgets provided by state Governments for their protection. A number now able to support oter wilderness areas
However, there are many ways nature tourism can be improved to achive its full potential to save and protect wildlife and wildlands.
What Industry Leaders Think
We at Red Coral believe in constant and continued dialog on wildlife and environment conservation initiatives as well as conscious business practices. TOFTigers has provided us with a fraternity and framework helping us to make great progress on this path along with our partners. It gives us the perfect platform to learn best practices and also an oppportunity to meet and interact with our travel trade partners who believe in the same ethos.
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