We felt there is a dire need to create awareness about “Nature” as well as our Co-Existence. Documenting the same is a challenging task; yet rewarding and confer a strong message to the society.
So, we introduced Nature Trails and Photo Walks for all age groups where we guide you to read signs and signals of Nature and to capture the Natural History world in a presentable manner.
Nature trails and photo walks are two activities that involve exploring and appreciating the natural world through different means.
A nature trail is a path or route that takes you through a natural environment, such as a forest, park, or wilderness area. Along the trail, you can observe and learn about the various flora and fauna that inhabit the area.
A photo walk, on the other hand, is a guided or self-guided walk that is focused on photography. The goal is to capture images of the natural environment or other subjects of interest along the way.
Both nature trails and photo walks can be great ways to connect with nature and appreciate the beauty of the natural world. They can also be good forms of exercise and stress relief, as well as opportunities for social interaction and learning.
Our Nature trails and photo walks are often accompanied by experts in their respective fields, such as naturalists or photographers. These experts can enhance the experience by providing valuable insights and information about the natural environment or photography techniques.
Overall, the presence of experts in nature trails and photo walks can greatly enhance the learning and enjoyment of participants, and deepen their appreciation of the natural world and photography as an art form.
Carry your own Water Bottles.
Carry Munching Items like Dry Fruits, Fruits, Chocolates or Energy Bars.
Wear comfortable trail shoes.
Bring your Cap or Hat.
Carry your camera and Binoculars.
Apply insect repellant.
keep some basic medication and personal medication.
Bright colored clothing's.
Use any strong Deo's or Perfumes.
Go near birds or any wildlife.
Shout inside the park Go off the trail.
Leave any trash.
Camera Charges and Parking Fees.
Snacks and Lunch