Promoting understanding of nature and wildlife

Nature and conservation education is an integral part of what we encourage. Most PUG eco-rated lodges offer libraries and in-house naturalists, many outstanding. We encourage nature walks, wildlife checklists, interpretation and educational resources to inspire, also briefings on good practice for you, the visitor, and the local community, to help protect wildlife as well as park guide training supported by lodge naturalists.

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Orange County Kabini Interpretation Centre showcasing Kabini’s culture, flora & fauna
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Local children taking part in TOFTigers’ Children in the Park days involving twenty PUG eco-rated lodges
 
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David Raju, lodge naturalist at Forsyth Lodge, Satpura, Winner of Best Lodge Naturalist 2014
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Sessions for kids at Oberoi Vanyavilas by the horticulturalist on global warming, the benefits of tree planting and how to take care of young plants.
 
Tourism and Conservation?
Sessions for kids at Oberoi Vanyavilas by the horticulturalist on global warming, the benefits of tree planting and how to take care of young plants.
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Park guide training by Forsyth Lodge
 

Please note:

The examples given are only some of many good examples across PUG eco-rated lodges. Not all aspects illustrated will be covered by every lodge. Please check examples such as arts activities and educational programmes are still current before you visit.