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Vlinder supports to Wild Tiger Foundation Roar Trip Roar Trip is an epic journey from Kerala to Cannes across a whopping 25,000 Kms, 25 countries and 65 days with the intent to spread awareness and raise funds for tiger conservation in southern India. With less than 4000 of these majestic creatures in the wild and less than 2200 in India, it is our time to act.

An initiative by the Wild Tiger Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Gautom Menon, the Roar Trip aims to bring global attention to the cause of the endangered tigers through its ambitious drive across borders. The drive will bolster donations, raising funds for on-ground wildlife conservation projects in southern India under the able guidance of Wildlife Protection Society of India.

Funds raised will equip our unsung heroes: the anti-poaching watch squad and forest guards, it will help educate local communities, support cutting-edge wildlife research and activate context-specific conservation models across regions in Parambikulam in Kerala and Sathyamangalam in Tamil Nadu.

RoarTrip, which commences in Kerala on International Tiger Day, in July, ends at Cannes, early October, making this 25000km odyssey the first of its kind for the cause of tiger conservation.