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This is a great pick for animal lovers. Take your time and enjoy a two day trip to Bandipur National Park. No need to worry about renting a car or booking a hotel as round-trip private transport and accommodation is included. Safely explore Bandipur National Park with a guide in an open jeep jungle safari, and look out for Indian elephants, spotted deer, antelopes, and tigers.
Established in 1973, it is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala State. It comes under the Project Tiger and Elephant jurisdiction in 1992 to protect wild elephant populations. Wayanad sanctuary is rich with fauna and flora and convenience of getting food and water throughout the year is the main attraction of the sanctuary.
Ejipura slums is perhaps Bengaluru's largest. The challenges of poor infrastructure, unchecked development, and large scale urban migration come to focus here. Poverty and associated effects are all around.
Yet, this is also a place where the human spirit triumphs over adversity.
We will stop at a small business unit run by Ganesh. Disabled and orphaned at birth in the slums, Ganesh rose to establish a unit that makes up cycled paper and plastic products from discarded materials. He only employs people who are disabled like him - giving them one of the only lifelines available.
We will follow it up with a stop at Greenland School. A low income private school where teachers and volunteers are working hard to improve student performance, and bring joy.
We will finish at the Swabhimaan Community Center and Clinic - refuge for people from their daily struggle.
A Swabhimaan volunteer will walk you through the sites. All proceeds are given back to people in the community.