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The Born Free Foundation is a dynamic international wildlife charity, devoted to compassionate conservation and animal welfare. Every year, Born Free helps countless animals worldwide.

The history of the partnership between Land Rover and Born Free goes back many years but in 2013 Born Free was announced as their primary global conservation partner, and this includes a focus on the protection of tigers in India. 

It is estimated that as few as 3,000 tigers remain in the wild (2014).

Born Free is determined to save tigers from extinction through conservation and rescue work in India.

This includes the Satpuda Landscape Tiger Programme which works with the government and communities across the Satpuda landscape to conserve and protect the Bengal tiger and its habitat throughout Central India. 

Born Free also provides the best possible care for tigers in their sanctuary in Bannerghatta National Park, Southern India.


Tragically, the conditions and events they have suffered pre-rescue have left them unsuitable for release into the wild, but at Bannerghatta they receive the care and respect they deserve.

You have the option to donate to Born Free when you book your Start Off-Road experience. In doing so you’ll help to protect and conserve India's wild tigers.

  • £6 could provide vet cover for a tiger for a week
  • £10 could feed a rescued tiger for one day
  • £20 could enrich the lives of our rescued tigers by building new climbing structures in their enclosures
  • £30 will pay for you to adopt Born Free’s rescued tiger for 1 year! To adopt Roque click here.

For more information on Born Free’s work to protect tigers please visit: