FuelLife Explorers

Eco tourism


It is directed towards exotic, often threatened, natural environments, intended to support conservation efforts and observe wildlife. Eco-tourism educates about ecosystems, cultures, conservation efforts and research developments in fragile natural areas without having to missing out on adventure, excitement and elaxation.


  • Empathy for nature. Appreciation for wildlife
  • Assist forest dependent communities to co-exist
  • Nature Conservation methodology
  • Minimise physical, human, behavioural, and psychological shocks
  • Build environmental and cultural awareness
  • Direct financial benefits for conservation
  • Delivers significant interpretative experiences that aid elevate consciousness
  • Understand the rights and spiritual faiths of the Native People
  • Draft, build and manage low-impact facilities
  • Function in conjunction with communities to create empowerment
  • Secular management of the country’s precious biodiversity

01. Safari

With multifarious geography makes India an indulgence for for wildlife and adventure. The immense diversity in flora and fauna can be witnessed across its plains, mountains, rivers, valley, tropical rainforests, plateaus, coastal mangroves, deserts, Himalayan foothills and the snow-clad regions.

  • 104 national parks
  • An area of approx. 40,501.13 km2
  • For protecting & propagating or developing wildlife therein or its environment
  • No human activity is permitted inside the national park except for the ones permitted

Popular National Parks :

  • Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
  • Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  • Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
  • Corbett Tiger Reserve, Uttarakhand
  • Nanda Devi National Park, Uttarakhand
  • Valley of Flowers National Park, Uttarakhand
  • Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
  • Silent Valley National Park, Kerala
  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
  • Eravikulam National Park, Kerala
  • Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Rajasthan
  • Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
  • Gir National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat
  • Tadoba Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra
  • Sunderban Tiger Reserve, West Bengal
  • Bandipur National Park, Karnataka
  • Nagarhole National Park And Tiger Reserve, Karnataka
  • BRT Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka
  • Nokrek National Park, Meghalaya
  • Mudumalai National Park, Tamil Nadu


  • Experiencing rich flora and fauna
  • Exploring nature
  • Boosts your mental Health
  • Empathy for nature
  • Connecting the classroom with the real life wildlife

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

  • One of the largest and the most popular national parks
  • One of the Project Tiger Reserves in India
  • November to March is the main tourism season
  • 10 Tiger reserve tourism zones
  • Apart from Tigers, leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear and chital among the mammal species and bird species are found
  • Habitat: dry deciduous forests and swathes of grasslands
  • Sightseeings near to the National Park: Trinetra Ganesh Temple, Ranthambore Fort, Kachida Valley, Jogi Mahal

A perfect destination for wildlife enthusiast, photographer and brave traveller

02. Bird Watching & Photography

Bird watching & photography is a great activity that allows one to revel in the stillness of the nature around them, an opportunity for the students to the world of art through nature.. Each bird has its own call, even if they all sound like “tweet tweet” to novice birders.

  • Teaching children to listen to each unique song
  • Learn about different birds
  • Learn to identify birds
  • Where to look for birds int the wilderness
  • Bird watching is a hobby that can be enjoyed at any age

Popular Sites :

  • Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Rajasthan
  • Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Kerala
  • Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Haryana
  • Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Goa
  • Kaundinya Bird Sanctuary, Andhra Pradesh
  • Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu
  • Chilika Lake Bird Sanctuary, Orissa
  • Kutch Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary, Gujarat
  • Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary, Gujarat
  • Mayani Bird Sanctuary, Maharashtra
  • Samaspur Bird Sanctuary in Raebareli, Uttar Pradesh
  • Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh
  • Bakhira Bird Sanctuary, Uttar Pradesh
  • Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Karnataka
  • Magadi Bird Sanctuary, Karnataka
  • Chintamani Kar Bird Sanctuary, West Bengal
  • Lengteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Mizoram
  • Najafgarh drain bird sanctuary, Delhi
  • Galibore Nature Camp, Karnataka
  • The Old Magazine House, Karnataka


  • Sharpened hearing
  • An appreciation for nature
  • Teaches perseverance
  • Take it as a hobby
  • Inculcates humbleness

Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Goa

  • Home to many varieties of local and migratory birds
  • Lies along the estuarine part of Mandovi River and the western tip of Chorao Island
  • Flying Sparrows, Beautiful peafowl, Parrots, pelican, Indian giant squirral
  • Other inhabitants include marsh crocodiles, cormorants, drongos, and jackals
  • Area is covered by low mangrove forest
  • Sanctuary is accessible by a regular ferry service

A perfect destination for bird watcher, photographer and avaian lovers

03. Marine Park & Experience

India boasts of several marine national parks which are hotspots of bio-diversity and home to number of marine creatures. A part of marine conservation to protect the inhabitants of water bodies as well as its inhabitants. These parks showcases diversities of coral reef flora and fauna and mangrove cultivated area.

  • 6 marine parks and related areas
  • protecting & propagating marine life therein or its environment
  • Lesson in reef-building corals
  • Learn about underwater erosion
  • Effect of industrialization & man-made wastes in marine life
  • Marine biologists often refer to coral reefs as marine oases or underwater rainforests


Popular Marine Parks :

  • Gulf of Kutch Marine National Park, Gujarat
  • Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Andaman Island
  • Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park, Tamil Nadu
  • Rani Jhansi Marine National Park, Andaman & Nicobar Island
  • Malvan Marine Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra
  • Gahirmatha Marine Wildlife Sanctuary, Odisha

What best way to explore and understand the marine life and diversity if not SCUBA diving. The perfect setup to admire the myriad marine life, corals, and adventures the ocean holding with best of the view. Also great stress relieiving activity.


  • Importance of marine life
  • Economic value of marine life
  • Experiencing rich marine flora and fauna. Exploring nature
  • Ecological impact of human activity to marine life
  • Need for environmental conservation

Gulf of Kutch Marine National Park, Gujarat

  • Covers 42 islands
  • 620sq km area
  • 7200sq km coastal area
  • A complex coral reef ecosystem
  • Extensive mangrove & shallow waters
  • 1500 marine and coastal species
  • Gangetic Dolphins, Giant Crabs, Ray Fish, rarely found Balooga whales, Giant Leather Back Turtles, Horn Fish are also found

A perfect destination for wildlife enthusiast, photographer and brave traveller

04. Community Experience

With over 500 different tribes, made up of more than 80 million tribals, the lives of the tribes in India are closely tied to nature, and they inhabit some of the most pristine and picturesque environments, who have retained their rituals and customs unaffected by the modern world.

  • An immersive experience
  • Overview of indigenous customs, traditions, crafts
  • A wonderful example of sustainable living
  • Be astonished by their knowledge of responsible living going back generations
  • Even their songs and dance are of appreciation for nature knowledge on Indigenous industries

Popular Places :

  • Kuttanadu community experience
  • Toda community, Tamil Nadu
  • Bhil tribal, Bhilwara – Rajasthan
  • Bishnoi community, Rajasthan
  • Gujjars, Rajasthan
  • Garacia villages, Gujarat
  • Rabari and Bharawad, Gujarat
  • Saora tribal villages, Odisha
  • Kutia Kondh tribes, Odisha
  • Dhuruba tribal village, Odisha
  • Naga tribes, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Angami Tribal village, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Mishmi tribe, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Apatani tribals, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Adi Tribe, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Baiga & Gond Tribal villages, Chattisgarh
  • TOLAS (settlements), Chattisgarh
  • Kondagaon & Narayanpur tribal, Chattisgarh
  • Bison Horn Maria tribes, Chattisgarh
  • Phalguni River Resort
  • Kali Adventure Camp


  • Foster greater awareness
  • Tribal arts and handicrafts
  • Environmental conservation
  • Cultural immersion
  • Bridge the cultural gap
  • Reverence for nature

Gorukana Resort, Karnataka

  • Soliga Tribal Community introduction
  • Soliga Tribal dance performance
  • Be informed about the way the resort acticvities support the tribe
  • Gorukana is an organizational commitment to the Soliga Tribal Community development
  • A sustainable community based Ayurvedic Rejuvenation Centre
  • Tribal development projects initiated and implemented by Vivekananda
  • Girijana Kalyana Kendra
  • Nature conservation activities

A perfect immersive experience

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