Amrabad Tiger Reserve

Posted on Feb 08, 2024 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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Amrabad Tiger Reserve in Telangana is nestled amidst the Nallamala hills of the Eastern Ghats. This reserve is home to a number of tigers and is a thriving habitat for various other animal and bird species.

On the first day of our journey, we gathered at the school and boarded our bus for a four-hour journey. Upon arrival, we checked into our hotels and left for the jungle safari after some time. In the night, we gathered around a bonfire and enjoyed our time singing and dancing. Most of us slept at 10:00 p.m., except some boys who were a bit more energetic; they were playing on the beds, turning their mattresses into a super fun slide before they finally settled down at 1:00 a.m.

The second day began at 4:45 a.m. Some of us started it with tea, coffee and milk. We were then divided into two teams — Team A embarked on a very long trek, while Team B opted for a shorter one. The treks took three hours on an average, and upon our return, we participated in the Blogpost Challenge activity, which proved to be quite demanding. Then we were taken for shopping. We adhered to the allocated time period and a budget of approximately five hundred rupees. Then we boarded the bus and returned to school by 8:30 p.m.

Overall, on this journey, we enjoyed some amazing food and a great safari. The trek, while not extraordinary, offered a decent experience. The team challenge was particularly enlightening, fostering qualities such as trust among team members. Despite the chaos of being in a large group, we managed to enjoy ourselves and engage in some highly entertaining games.

Writen By Aanya, Aarush, Ariana, Neha, Rithik & Yashaswini (Rockwell International School, Hyderabad).


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