5 reasons to visit an Indian Wildlife Sanctuary

12034193_1002328509813154_6850000192047651919_oThe jungle is where we see a gorgeous play of nature. Animals, birds, trees, sun and rain they all add to the beauty of it. The rush of spotting a majestic cat, a spectacular rare bird or just soaking in the jungle vibe is truly exhilarating.

Here, are five reasons why should consider a visit to the wild side soon:

1. Serenity of the forest


Once you enter the wilderness of the jungle you will know what it means to be one with nature. The concrete jungles we live in, rob away the joys of nature from us. Once you enter a forest, all you can do is revere in the silence and kneel in sheer serenity of the place.

2. Surprises

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When in forest, leave all your planners behind. Here, you may see nothing for a long stretch of time and suddenly you may come across a tiger strolling or a peacock dancing. The forest is full of surprises.

3. Hide and seek


The jungle residents are experts at playing hide and seek. Now you see them and now you don’t is a common experience here. But this game is what adds to the beauty of being in the wild.

4. Nature calling

Standing among the tall trees in absolute silence, listening to the sounds of the jungle, you understand what we miss out living in chaotic cities. The greens, grass, animal sounds are all so therapeutic.

5. Humility


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The jungle reminds us how small a place we occupy in this world. For us jungle is a foreign space and humility is what makes us survive it. The co-existence is the key to a better life and a better planet.

This quote sums up the experience:

“Go to the forest to explore your questions and dreams. Go to the trees to desire and seek. Be in the forest, the world will listen as you walk, watch, soften and breathe”
– Victoria Erickson

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