Project Description

Help Tourism’s ( reputation as a very reliable responsible holiday provider has only grown over the decades since they were established in 1991. They work primarily in the ecologically sensitive areas of the Sunderbans, the largest surviving mangrove forests in the world, in the biodiversity hotspot of the eastern Himalaya, and they showcase the little known wonders of the Indo-Burma region. Their thoughtfully managed jungle camps are in extraordinary locations like the Sundarbans delta, the Manas and Pakke tiger reserves, the Neora and Dibang valleys, the Barsey rhododendron sanctuary, and the riverine foothills of Chilapata have made these remote and stunningly beautiful locations accessible to lay visitors. As travellers enjoy their memorable holiday, Help Tourism helps curb insurgency, regenerates micro-climatic zones, alleviates poverty, protects local traditions, and ends felling and poaching .