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TRACK OF THE TIGER T.R.D.Chiang Mai, Thailand. (Est. 1986)

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Sanpatong Experiential Education Centre
Opening Day 0800-2000 hrs 23rd Dec. 2018
Please join us…

เชิญร่วมงานโอเพ่นนิ่งเดย์ ศูนย์การเรียนรู้สันป่าตอง
วันที่ 23 ธ.ค. 2561 เวลา 8:00-20:00น.

The Bamboo Man Team Challenges
Opening Day 23rd Dec. 2018
5 person Teams/Baht 10k Prize

ร่วมแข่งขัน แบมบูแมนชาเลนจ์
ในวันโอเพ่นนิ่งเดย์ 23 ธ.ค. 2561
ทีม 5 คน / ชิงเงินรางวัล 10,000 บาท

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Track of the Tiger was established in 1986 with the opening of the Maekok River Lodge & Track of the Tiger Tours operation, located on the banks of the Maekok river, in the Thai-Myanmar border village of Ban Thaton, Mae Ai, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

As a strong proponent of responsible tourism, it became known an innovator and a market leader, showcasing the rich culture, customs and traditions of the diverse ethnic groups in the area in a respectful manner. It then expanded into corporate team-building, outdoor & environmental education and special interest travel.

The company established the Volunteers Without Borders Foundation (VWB) to channel donor funding and volunteer labour from its school and corporate clients to projects in local rural schools. The projects served as a platform for the company's educational and team-building programmes.

It won the SKAL Ecotourism Award in 2006 for the partnership developed between its Pang Soong Lodge Outdoor Education Centre, VWB, and the village community of Ban Mae Lai, Mae On in developing the Pang Soong Nature trails as a village owned educational attraction.

More recently, our sister company the Maekok River Village Resort & Outdoor Education Centre won recognition from the Thai Ministry of Education for the work it has done with VWB for schools in the Mae Ai area.

We are now proud to announce the opening our newest property, the Sanpatong Experiential Education Centre, (30km from Chiang Mai) on the 23rd December 2018 - see links below.

Equitable market access, product authenticity, revenue sharing and expansion of responsible tourism beyond the confines of established tourism destinations are the key to a sustainable future for the industry. We have joined the Responsible Tourism Alliance, a collaboration of partners (tourism industry, local government, NGOs and the public), to become part of an integrated set of solutions to the problems that threaten our collective futures.

 

OUR PARTNERS
 

 

A residential experiential education centre.
  • Providing accommodation & meals for groups (schools, corporates, special interest travel) attending Track of the Tiger programmes/courses/ workshops/ tours.
  • A venue for the VWB Saturday School (free English lessons for rural schoolchildren.)
  • A demonstration project for VWBs sustainable agriculture and second revenue generation.
  • A training & worksop venue for the Responsible Tourism Alliance.
  • A facility providing working at height related industrial training programmes.(See. Aid Renewables below.)

 

A resort & outdoor education centre.

  • Accommodation and supporting services, including transport, meals, training, and supervision for Outdoor & Environmental  Education Programmes  for International schools & universities, and special interest travellers.
  • Accommodation and support services:  transport, meals, courses, supervision, for volunteers working on VWB projects.
  • Weddings & Special Events

 

A non-commision based online booking platform forthe responsible tourism industry
  • Providing low cost, non-commission based market access for micro and small tourism businesses and their customers, disenfranchised by big business monopolies.
  • RTA has its own low cost vertical membership based online hosting, search and booking system.
  • Estyblishing tourist routes and booking services that use RTA local agents to link RTA businesses and communities to their customers - through the use of multi-activity/attraction customised itineraries.

 

Specialists in industril rope access, work at height, and rescue training for the industry.

  • Global Wind Organisation (GWO)  Basic Safety Training 
  • Level 1, 2 & 3 training and certification by the International Rope Access Training Association (IRATA).
  • Rescue Training for commercial or emergency service technicians and those in the recreational climbing industry
  • RAW Related Workshops 
  • Skills workshops aimed at introducing and exchanging new ideas, techniques and equipment as well as establishing which are being used or accepted by the various certifying associations.
  • Subsidised climbing programmes for selected rural Thai school groups.

 

A Foundation that uses tourism as a catalyst for the development of local visitor based economies.
  • Providing English language training assistance for VWB's Saturday School.
  • Providing Experiential education /Dance/ Drama in local schools.
  • Developing intelligent playgrounds and student assessment tools for use in rural schools. 
  • Building classrooms, toilets, water systems and, playgrounds in rural schools.
  • Building small-scale agriculture projects in rural schools to help subsidise meal costs and raise funds for other needs.
  • Developing/delivering training for local micro & SME based tourism busineses. (with the assistance of local government & other NGOs)
  • Providing training in 2nd revenue stream development to reduce reliance on tourism alone (the focus is on sustainable agriculture) for RTA business partners.


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