The great Himalayan National park nestled between mountain ridges from 1700 m to 5800 m is a treasure trove of biodiversity. This region located in Banjaar sub division of Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh showcases a record of ecological process. The WWF (World wide fund for nature) has listed GHNP in its global 200 analysis of critical ecosystems, its significant to any student studying Biology and Geography. GHNP is a home to 832 flora and 386 faunal species including rarest Himalayan blue poppy, the western Tragopan and the Himalayan Tahr.
On this trip students with teachers and experts from field explore the relationship between nature, conservation plans and human functions during walks, talks and designated interactive activities.
Guided visit to Trout Fisheries breeding center with an Expert. Ecosystems & Biodiversity Introduction at Great Himalayan National Park. The Park is a UNESCO heritage located at Tirthan Valley.
Trek to village base at Gushaini and interact with the Forest Department officials along with nature researcher. Dedicate the day to your allocated project covering the Eco Zone. Interacting with locals and meet the NGO people. Reach Campsite at Rola.
Understand water testing, camping and scientific journaling technique. Reachout to Shilthut, on the way to Shilthut record Wildlife sightings and vegetation. All updated records to be discussed in group discussions with scientist and naturist.
Understand Herbs cultivation and composting techniques. After reaching back school submit Project report assigned on this trip.
Trip Essentials Duration: 4 Days Grade: 7th STD to 12th STD Starting point: Tirthan End point: Tirthan Free Teacher: on every 15 paying participants Minimum group size: 15 Maximum group size: 35-40 Price for 15+ Students: 16800.00 INR Price for30+ Students: 13900.00 INR Transport from Home Town to Tirthan and back will be arranged on request.
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