My experience with GO WILD hasn’t been limited to the setting of a breathtaking jungle; no, I have attended their workshops and exhibitions and seminars too. What I love the most about these wonderful people is their sole dedication to the environment, and it is so contagious, you’ll feel this tug on your heart to care for the animals and forests alike.
Back in 2014, I had my first trip with Go Wild to Kanha National Park. And I will not hesitate to admit that I cried once I saw the tiger, because I had so desperately wanted to see one. However, what I’d like to highlight here is the support of the Go Wild team. They perfectly understand what seeing a tiger means to you, but apart from that they brace your mind in such a way, you get enthralled by the forest instead of the hopes of seeing a tiger. They helped me understand the importance of trees, the birds, the quiet breeze, the chirping; I was so focused on listening to the forest that it came as an utter surprise when my eyes landed on a tiger.
This is what GO WILD does best, they not just help show you animals or plants, they help you love them. They help you listen to them and they help you care for them.
This team has become synonymous to ‘environmental bliss’ to me, in and out of jungles. And if I may suggest, whenever you’re too worked up running behind economy, take a break, take a breath and just go wild. Nature’s always there to welcome you.
And here’s a personal suggestion: take that breath with Go Wild. That is one thing in life you will not regret.