India safari holiday, tigers and Taj Mahal

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23 Feb 2018
£ 2850
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02 Mar 2018
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09 Mar 2018
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16 Mar 2018
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23 Mar 2018
£ 2750
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30 Mar 2018
£ 2950
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06 Apr 2018
£ 2750
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13 Apr 2018
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20 Apr 2018
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27 Apr 2018
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04 May 2018
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11 May 2018
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18 May 2018
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25 May 2018
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Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: India safari holiday, tigers and Taj Mahal

Environment

Each safari provides a real wildlife viewing and conservation experience. By opting for a safari with us, safari guests are already helping to contribute towards our conservation work. Profits from your safari go to support local projects. Local teams of wildlife conservationists are actively involved in wildlife and environmental conservation projects within the reserves we visit.

The owner of Jamtara Wilderness Camp, Pench National Park follows in the footstep of his respected conservationist father and places emphasis on preserving the delicate eco-system of the forest. This luxury camp is beneficial to the surrounding communities and wildlife. Reni Pani is a small lodge owned and run by two brothers who are keen wildlife enthusiasts and avid conservationists. Located in the buffer zone of Satpura Tiger Reserve, it is an excellent example of a contemporary wildlife and conservation-focused camp. The lodge operates to high environmental care standards and is active in involving the local community in the benefits of conservation and to show guests the ‘bigger picture’ of the wildlife experience in India. The lodge is actively involved in the endangered Barasingha or Hard Ground Swamp Deer relocation program from Kanha to Satpura. They also collaborate with ‘Under the Mango Tree’, an NGO that trains forest communities to practice beekeeping so that the local villagers have an alternative income in order to wean away from complete dependence on wild forest products.

Profits from this safari supports Travel Operators For Tigers (TofTigers) a non-profit campaign set up in 2003 to protect tigers, wildlife and wilderness through sustainable tourism.

Community

While on safari we recommend that visitors buy locally produced goods and support local artisans. In this way, visitors are able to help sustain the local community, contribute towards conservation and enrich their own lives. During each safari there will be opportunities to purchase goods from local artists, market stalls and restaurants in keeping with the ideals of fair trade.

Our guides will advise on a ‘fair price’ if requested, however it is worth noting that a relatively small sum can make a huge difference to peoples lives and guests are asked to consider this when bargaining with market stallholders.

Our safari staff are all recruited locally and encouraged to develop within the organisation to achieve their goals and where applicable to produce conservation based items for sale (100% of the proceeds going to the originator). Local rangers and guides are employed at all levels. This safari also supports community education programs in South East Asia via our local partners.

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