Experience at Amrabad Tiger reserve

Posted on Jan 22, 2024 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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We need to save animals and the environment. Our world is slowly falling apart, with animals dying and deforestation rampant. However, Amrabad Tiger Reserve (ATR) is actively working against all these problems. You can learn about the biodiversity and its preservation at Amrabad Tiger Reserve while having a lot of fun amidst breathtaking views and stunning animals.

There are so many things to do at Amrabad Tiger Reserve. Every activity here is fun-filled and eco-friendly. It is the second-largest tiger reserve in terms of core area and is situated in the Nallamala forest in Telangana. The forest is home to numerous animals, and we learnt a lot about them! We went on a safari to spot tigers and many other animals, using an open-air jeep. We stopped at a viewpoint overlooking a river valley, leaving us speechless. Later, we went trekking with learned guides teaching us about various species and the different varieties of flora and fauna. Our tour guide provided a fun-filled learning experience. During the trek, we stopped at four viewpoints, leaving us flabbergasted. We learnt about the Chenchu tribe that lives in the Nallamala forest, understanding their way of life and day-to-day activities. We even visited a temple with 800 steps, challenging but absolutely worth it.

Amrabad Tiger Reserve truly is the greatest place to have new experiences. Saving nature is saving ourselves. Never back down from doing what you enjoy, all while saving our environment. We had so much fun doing all these activities, from the safari to the long climb during the trek to the top of a mountain. From watching tigers to breathtaking viewpoints, Amrabad Tiger Reserve has it all!

Writen By Gaddo Sai rama, Marutha Adhyun, Mayookha S Manoj, Parth Nigam, Siddharth Reddy, Sathya Sai, Srinesh Kumar, seerat Chopra, Sripragnya Thato, Vedansh Yadav (Manthan International School, Hyderabad).


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