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    GIVE BACK TO NATURE : AN INITIATIVE FROM JUNGLE SUTRA

    We are delighted to share that Jungle Sutra by Creative Travel has joined hands with WWF-India and have become partner...

    GIVE BACK TO NATURE: AN INITIATIVE FROM JUNGLE SUTRA


    We are delighted to share that Jungle Sutra by Creative Travel has joined hands with WWF-India and have become partner with their esteemed Give Back To Nature (GBTN) programme, effective from 1st MAY, 2013.

    WWF's Mission Statement

    To stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by:

    • Conserving the world's biological diversity
    • Ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable
    • Promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

    Give Back to Nature (GBTN) is an initiative by WWF India aimed to create awareness and generate involvement and support amongst stakeholders at every level for WWF-India’s conservation

    Give Back to Nature touches and influences the lives of all those involved along the value chain.

    Green Hiker: In its efforts to reduce the negative environmental impacts of tourism on the high altitude Himalayas, WWF-India is running the Green Hiker Campaign. The campaign aims at raising awareness about the vulnerability of the fragile Himalayan ecosystem and encourages tourists and tour operators to adopt responsible practices towards minimizing their carbon footprint. Green Hiker propagates the simple, direct message - ‘Nature leaves a mark on you, don’t leave one behind’.

    Threatened Species : WWF-India is well known for protecting the flagship endangered species including glamorous animals such as the tiger, elephant and the rhino. But, what is little known is that WWF-India also works with a lot of other species who are equally threatened with some on the verge of extinction.

    These often neglected species form the backbone of different ecosystems. Some of these species are the Great Indian Bustard, House Sparrow, Smooth coated Otter and the Gharial.

    CITY WALK WALK in Old Delhi

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    SALAAM BALAK TRUST

    The Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk aims to make the story of the children of the street heard and to give us a view of their world through their eyes. Participants of City Walk get to go on a journey through the enchanting streets of the inner city of New Delhi & Old Delhi areas & around, led by a child who was once living and working on the streets. This walk takes you on a journey through the backstreets of Delhi with a child who has been fully trained as a local guide. It's a unique way of providing an insight into the lives of these children and an opportunity for them to improve their communication and speaking skills.


    The confidence and witty smiles of these guides have little trace of the years spent on the streets of Old & New Delhi. The past is however, very much present on the Walk. For the guides, it is a walk down the memory lane, the places held dear to them and how they faced the odds to survive to be where they stand proudly today. Whether your guide is Satender, Ajay, Iqbal, Tabrez, Tariq or any other City Walk Guide, feel free to question and learn as much as you can of life on the streets. And you might realize, as you walk along, that the distance you covered was much greater than that between the Delhi and the SBT office.


    So come, join us to take a walk in the back alleys of Delhi. Be careful though. Dreams have a way of rubbing off!

    SALAAM BALAK TRUST

    The Salaam Baalak Trust City Walk aims to make the story of the children of the street heard and to give us a view of their world through their eyes.