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We are fully aware that the environment in our part of the world is fragile and many people are poor. We care deeply about the local people and the environment and are committed to responsible tourism. As most of our bookings are made by couples or small groups the environmental impact is kept to a minimum. We regularly contribute to the following organisations.
TOFTigers is a nature tourism action charity. It aims is to plan, advocate and support a more responsible and sustainable approach to tourism in South Asia's wildlife reserves and sanctuaries, together with aiding specific conservation programmes which benefit the local communities and wildlife. Its operates the PUG accreditation programme for accommodation providers and used PUG providers wherever possible to ensure our visitors enjoy an eco-friendly stay when in parks and reserves. Royal Expeditions is one of the founder members of the TOFTigers India charity and the company’s Chairman is a Trustee of the charity. For further details www.toftigers.org
The Asian Nature Conservation Foundation (ANCF) is based at Bangalore in South India and has been working to stem the rapid decline in the natural landscape and biological diversity of India.
Snow Leopard Conservancy, based in Ladakh, in the Himalayas, promotes community - based stewardship of the endangered snow leopard, its prey and habitat.
In Delhi we support Adharshila that runs awareness and vocational programmes for slum communities. A visit to their centre while sightseeing in Delhi can be arranged on request.
WWF-India was established as a charitable trust in 1969. It is one of the largest conservation organizations in the country engaged in wildlife and nature conservation. The organisation works towards the conservation of biodiversity, natural habitats and the reduction of humanity’s ecological footprint. The mission of WWF-India is to stop the degradation of the earth's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
Dastkar’s Ranthambore project is an initiative to provide income generation to the village crafts persons (particularly women) resettled from the environs of the Ranthambore National park.
Royal Expeditions can customize your holiday to reducing your impact on our environment by using eco-friendly means of travel like trains, chauffeur driven car running on compressed natural gas, horse carriage, camel carts or cycle rickshaws on your expedition to India. If you wish to contribute, we will be happy to put you in touch with legitimate agencies involved in reforestation programs.