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5-DAY TRIP

JUNGLE BOOK TRAIL

ABOUT THE PROGRAMME

Explore Pench National Park, a 292-square-mile teak jungle on the southern border of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, rich in wildlife. With hills, valleys, and the meandering Pench River, it inspired Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book, offering a captivating experience in one of India's lesser-known yet richest parks.

In Pench, children will enjoy wildlife safaris spotting diverse flora, fauna, and majestic tigers. Educational activities focus on local ecosystems, conservation, and habitat preservation. The trip offers adventure through landscapes, team-building, and immersion in Pench's rich cultural and natural heritage, fostering education, excitement, and appreciation for nature.

BEST TIME
TO VISIT

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October

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May

Learning Outcomes

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LEADERSHIP, TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION
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HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
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CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
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BIODIVERSITY AWARENESS
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EMPATHY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Sample Itinerary

Day 1
  • Arrive in Nagpur in the morning. Drive past towards Pench (Approximately 96km).
  • Visit a vibrant tribal pottery village near Pench! Dive into the art of pottery, moulding your own creations, and engage in lively interactions with the skilled villagers, gaining insights into their rich cultural heritage and craftsmanship.
  • Reflections for the day followed by fun games.
Day 2
  • Immerse in the beauty of nature through a morning wildlife safari in Pench National Park, enjoy the thrill of spotting diverse wildlife.
  • In the afternoon, experience hands-on biodiversity challenges and exhilarating group activities. Navigate the surroundings with a map and compass activity, concluding the day by crafting a vibrant nature collage.
  • Watch a wildlife movie, reflections session and play nature games.
Day 3
  • Enjoy an thrilling nature walk, team activity to explore the food chain, and a planting session revealing plant life cycles and soil roles.
  • In the afternoon, gear up for an exciting wildlife safari, some shopping, a delightful dinner, and winding down at the resort.
Day 4
  • Drive to Nagpur to visit the Central Citrus Research Institute (closed Sundays). Meet the eminent researchers and acquire knowledge about citrus fruits.
  • Conclude the trip with an exciting closure ceremony.
Day 5
  • Explore the historic Sitabuldi Fort in Nagpur before commencing your return journey..

INCLUSIONS

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Travel
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Accommodation
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Veg, Non Veg and Jain meals
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Outdoor Education Modules
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Entry fees and Taxes
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Accident Insurance

EXCLUSIONS

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Applicable entry fees for foreign nationals
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Expenses of personal nature
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Emergency evacuation and medical expenses

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