Who We Are
We are a destination management organization based in the North East India, carrying a vision towards the development of the eight states of the North East and connecting them with the rest of the country and across the borders with a motive to unleash the highest tourism potential of this region and to make it an international travel destination for the global audience. We showcase the wide array of the rich cultural heritage and vibrant traditions of the communities residing in the whole of North East India.
Aim & Mission
We aim to showcase all the colourful cultures and traditions and scenic beauty of the North East in the most authentic form.
To unleash the highest tourism potential of Northeast India and to make it an international travel destination for the global audience.
What's with the name?
FINDERBRIDGE evolved from two words, “finder”, meaning “one who finds” and “bridge”, meaning “one who connects”. This name expresses our deep desire to explore and find the true and authentic colours and tastes of the North East and help others to find them too! We wish to be the connecting bridge between the North East and the rest of the world, so that people across the globe can see the true and rare beauty of this region through our eyes.
Our Values and Commmunity
At Finderbridge, we firmly believe that tourism is a very important spiritual activity. Our main vision is to serve the best quality experience to our tourists and travellers, and serve them the best and the most authentic parts of the North East. How do we do that? It's simple! Finderbridge is driven by some core principles!
- We aim to excel in everything we do.
- We believe in being adventurous.
- Our main motive is to promote responsible travelling.
- We value our connections
- We commit socially and culturally to the community and adapt our business strategies to the preservation of the environment.
- We are always ready to take responsibility and to be held accountable.
Keeping the Earth in mind
As a destination management organization with a deep concern for our travellers as well as the travel destinations,we promote sustainable tours that aim to improve the lives of the people in local communities and contribute to the local economy by community development tourism modules. This means that we make sure that a large part of the economic benefit from your trip is felt by the people who need it most: those in the destinations. It also means that we aim to stand up for equality too, aiming to support trips and members that are breaking down barriers and helping to celebrate and elevate ethnic communities.
Finderbridge towards sustainability
As much as we acknowledge the popularity of extravagant, industrialized travel, we firmly believe that sustainable tourism is the key to have tourism survive in the long run. It is the only way to protect the earth and our vision is to do our best to make that possible.Finderbridge is deeply committed to sustainable and low-impact travel. We believe in the sustainability of tourism, which in turn, helps in the sustainability of life. Responsible Tourism practices and policies are therefore integrated into all major aspects of our operations and decision-making. These include: staff sensitisation and training on low-impact practices, regular sustainability checks on our operational logistics and proactive engagement with local communities in ecologically sensitive areas through direct investment and participation in various conservation projects and awareness campaigns.
Finderbridge was launched on 18th April 2017 and it became the first travel organization from the North East to be officially recognized as a "Ashoka Youth Venture" For the first year.
Finderbridge was the only tourism startup to be covered by the nation's prime news channel "Doordarshan News"
Finderbridge was selected to be presented at the 3rd Youth-To-Youth International Summit 2017 held in Dubai
Finderbridge was one among the three startups from India to get selected and to represent at the Ashoka ChangemakerXChange summit 2017 held in the Philippines.
Finderbridge was a part of a case study in a paper which was one of the very few papers to be selected and presented on tourism in Assam at the Applied Research international Conference on World Economy and Social Review held at St. Anne's College, Oxford University, England by one of our core team member Lt. Ambalika Sarma B Choudhury.
Finderbridge recieved the nomination of "Best Travel Start-up of the Year" at Entrepreneur Awards 2019 By Entrepreneur India, a part of Entrepreneur Media USA.
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