As one drive past the rugged roads of the Kanha buffer area, towards the well secluded Kanha Earth Lodge, located in Narna Village, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the otherwise crowded central tourist area, one unmissable sight are the vernacular houses of the locals. As you drive past the paddy fields and… Read More The Vernacular Houses of Gond Tribals in Kanha
At Pugdundee Safaris we believe in staying true to our eco-tourism pledge. This season we brought about a path-breaking change in five of our lodges. We replaced tetra pak juices with steel sippers containing fresh ice tea or lemonade – a healthier and more natural option. Most of you who have been on jungle safaris… Read More PUGDUNDEE SAFARIS FIGHT AGAINST SINGLE USE PLASTIC : Single Use Tetrapak Juices Replaced with Fresh Drinks in Steel Sippers.
World Wildlife Day 2019 The earth has a population of seven and a half billion. If every single individual committed to make a difference, however small; to preserve the wild life, this planet would be a richer and nourished place. Together, every small step of ours would lead to a significant ripple effect. On 20… Read More 10 Steps You Can Take to Conserve Wildlife: World Wildlife Day 2019
The final Straw Categorized as a single-use plastic product, straws have become a default addition to drinks in restaurants and hotels. Barring medical and hygiene reasons, plastic straws are an avoidable product to the general consumer and have created a real menace once disposed. Several instances of it being consumed by marine wildlife have been… Read More The final Straw
Pugdundee Safaris’ fight against Single-Use Plastic Imagine having more plastic in the ocean than fish. This might become a reality by 2050, according to a study by The World Economic Forum. The next generation will be snorkeling only to find various types of plastics that their previous generations threw in without a blink or may… Read More Fight against Single Use Plastic