Inheritance India invests in areas
that have the potential to become eco-tourism friendly. These are places that
lie in the buffer zones of regions that have natural or heritage value. We do this
with a view to conserving and restoring the area while making meaningful returns
for those who invest in our venture.
We have purchased 170 acres
of land at two sites lying along the Western Ghats in Kerala, one of the 25 bio-diversity
"hotspots" of the world, as declared by the IUCN (UN charter). This area has over 1700
species of plants, 22 species of mammals, 95 species of reptiles, 90 species of amphibians.
On the land we have identified in just 2 hectares of land over 55 species of trees
measuring over 10 metres in height.
We create Eco-Tourism Zones in
the area that will provide meaningful and unforgettable experiences for the eco-traveller
while simultaneously contributing towards the preservation of the area's natural and heritage
We are currently identifying
other such locations around India where the model could be replicated to create a network
of special places. Ideas similar to ours are that of Natural Capitalism and Socially Responsible Investing.
We invite you to explore the investment
Inheritance India Land Conservation Company
4, Shakti, Gr Floor, 521 Adenwalla Road, Five Gardens,
Matunga, Mumbai 400019, India.
Tel: +91 (22) 3090 1718 / 2414 5225. Fax: +91 (22) 2415.
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