Everyone is different, that’s why Tinggly have chosen a host of unique and outstanding experiences for everyone to enjoy.
Some of us love the quiet life, whether that’s indulging in some gentle relaxation, slowly seeing the sights at your pace, or enjoying the tastes of the local foods and drinks, we’ve included them all. The Tinggly gift recipient can choose one great experience, like the Tasmanian Bruny Island gourmet food and sightseeing tour, a Sydney Harbor tall ship dinner cruise, an unforgettable breakfast with Koalas for two, a Yarra Valley cider and ale trial, a Green Island snorkeling and lunch cruise, or how about a Gold Coast VIP dinner and show?
Others like to live life in the fast lane, for them we’ve specially curated an amazing selection of some of the most adrenaline-pumping adventures to be found anywhere on the planet. Take an exhilarating Sydney Harbor whale-watching cruise, go hang gliding over spectacular Byron Bay, take a dip with wild dolphins and seals, abseiling in Melbourne, a Queensland jet boat and helicopter experience, or take the Cage of Death crocodile experience in Australia’s Northern Territory.
The planet is everything for us, and it’s also our playground, that’s why it was so important for Tinggly to take a firm stance when it comes to sustainability.
We’re not finished yet but we’re on the road to ensuring that every Tinggly experience is kind to the planet. So far we’ve initiated our environmental awareness program by actively removing 33lbs (15kg) for every Tinggly experience redeemed - that’s almost 660 plastic bottles per experience that will never enter our oceans. Even if you happen to be worried that the helicopter ride you’ve just taken is harmful to the environment Tinggly can give you peace of mind. For every experience Tinggly calculates the carbon footprint and offsets this figure by a whopping 200%. Plus, our latest piece of innovation was to ensure that all Tinggly packaging is created from 100% recycled/recyclable materials and printed using only planet-friendly inks.
It might seem like a drop in the ocean, but it’s a beginning and they are our oceans we are trying to protect, along with our skies, our forests, and all of our places of natural beauty