On Sunday 23 July 2023, the Forest Department launched a forest tour program to promote eco-tourism, inviting nature lovers to explore the natural beauty of Phulwari ki Nal Wildlife Sanctuary, situated in Panarwa, Kotra area. During the tour, participants were delighted to witness the lush greenery of the Aravalli hills and the magnificent natural waterfall. During the journey, the participants were taken to the eco-tourism point at Naal Sandol, where everyone enjoyed and felt delighted observing a sheet of water cascading over an overflowing anicut. The water flowed gracefully between the lush green hills, creating a picturesque scene. After this delightful experience, the team proceeded to Amleta Valley.
Upon reaching Panarwa, the team embarked on a trek to Kathavali Jher, accompanied by environmentalists Sharad Agarwal, Vinay Dave, and Forest Guards. The hills, adorned with lush greenery, and the mesmerizing waterfalls flowing between them brought immense joy to the nature lovers. During the trek, Environmentalists Agarwal and Dave introduced the group to various rare plants and bird species, further enhancing the experience.
The sight of the ancient caves perched on the hills left everyone overwhelmed with awe. Speaking about the arched caves, Dave explained that their formation is a result of water eroding the excess line stone (Chuna) on the hill's surface. It was a fascinating revelation that added to the overall enriching journey.
On Sunday morning, the eco-tourism program commenced outside the Forest Department office in the presence of Deputy Conservator of Forests (Wildlife) Arunkumar D and Deputy Conservator of Forests Yadvendra Singh. They warmly greeted the tourists who were excitedly embarking on the forest tour. Following the inaugural event, the team set out for Panarwa in two air-conditioned vehicles, ready to explore the wonders of nature and embark on a memorable journey.
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