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Our tours are run by hand picked tour operators across the tropical realm that provide security, comfort, and consistent guest satisfaction. We hand pick the top small-group and private tours that demonstrate a sustainable approach to tourism, but if you want to be extra sure, just look for the green spiral . This will let you know that the tour has environmental certification from one or more of the most reliable sustainability companies e.g. Rainforest Alliance. Our aim is to provide you with a direct connection to the best tours on Earth for booking, payment, and confirmation that show off the tropics in all their glory
TourTheTropics was founded from a passion for tourism that benefits conservation, a love of biodiversity, and a desire to share the best tours on Earth for the tropical realm. The tropics contain the highest amount of life on Earth and are also the most threatened from habitat loss and over-harvesting.
By ensuring you get the best possible experience from the tropics, we help strengthen the voice for tropical conservation and you help share the wonder of the tropics with friends and family.
5 Tour Examples
The Tahuayo Lodge for a customized and private Amazon Rainforest tour
The Delfin II Amazon Cruise for a luxury boutique Amazon River Cruise
The Ocean Spray Cruise to experience the Galapagos Islands and wildlife
The Nkuringo Gorilla Camp to see Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
The Reni Pani Jungle Lodge to search for tigers in India
Founded by Ash Card with his passion for high-quality tourism and the natural world, Ash is well traveled, has experience in the tourism industry, is highly critical, and has read extensively on wildlife protection and tourism, agreeing with top scholars on the power of tourism for conservation. Ash has completed a BSc in Biology, undertaken a research scholarship at a world class university on animal behavior, and completed a Master’s Degree in Zoology with first class honors. From his education and first hand experience, he agrees that destroying the world’s biodiversity hot spots for wood or to make way for agriculture, instead of simply showing them off to tourists, has been correctly labelled as destroying the goose that lays the golden egg.