Our selfish human tendency almost forgets to count wildlife and plants as living things, but we should acknowledge that wildlife is a most important part of our survival. International Wildlife Day There are very few nature lovers who take care of wildlife.


On International wildlife day, let’s pledge to start contributing to mother nature because if we save even one forest, we are saving thousands of lives. No, this contribution does not mean charity money. We can contribute by growing more plants, cleaning forest areas, visiting wildlife centuries and eco-development sites, etc.

Vadodara wildlife division took an initiative to improve 7 eco-development sites.


So, you might have a question that what is an eco-development site?

An eco-development site is established to make development in regional and rural areas. These sites are a combination of natural resources, technological advances, and organizational forms that respects the natural ecosystem and local socio-cultural parameters. These sites are a source of information, education, and knowledge for the visitors and a source of income, employment, and development for the local community. The Vadodara wildlife division took an initiative to improve 7 eco-development sites.

This can be an attraction to the tourists


This can be an attraction to the tourists who like to spend their time in the woods. The sites are Udhal Mahuda, Naldha, Jambughoda, Bhaat, Tarbol, Wadhwana, and Dhanpuri-kada. These eco-development sites are located in the Interior areas of Ratanmahal and Jambughoda.https://wildstreakofnature.com/jambughoda-wildlife-sanctuary-an-impressive-camping-site/ These sites have all the amenities for a stay and packages for tourists.There are AC/Non AC rooms as well as huts, including breakfast, lunch dinner, and a guide for the forest exploration. The Vadodara wildlife division has taken care of tourism insurance as well.

These sites and stay homes are taken care of by the local community


These sites and stay homes are taken care of by the local community. The Wildlife Division of Vadodara has given them an opportunity for employment and development by managing these sites. The community has an account for the profit. They use the profit to maintain and facilitates the site. Moreover, These local people look after nearby tourist spots. They take care of cleanliness, maintenance of stay houses, and religious or developmental events. These communities are protectors of wildlife and nature.


The distance between Vadodara to Jambhughoda is 80 kilometers and Vadodara to Ratanmahal is 130 kilometers. https://wildstreakofnature.com/awesome-things-you-can-learn-from-ratanmahal-sloth-bear-sanctuary/Tourists can use this opportunity as a mini-vacation in the woods with a long drive. Wildlife lovers can explore these sites and might catch sight of a Bear, Panther, Civet Cat, Jungle Rusty Cat, Hyena, etc. Nature lovers can explore more about rare types of trees and plants.


Thus, plan your weekend to celebrate International wildlife day and explore the jungle. There is detailed information about routes, packages, a list of including/excluding, pictures for reference, as well as contact details on http://vadodarawildlife.in/