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Tawi Trekkers to organize short treks
11/14/2019 10:55:57 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 14: Tawi Trekkers J&K in cooperation with Surinsar-Mansar Development Authority is going to organize a series of one day short treks (adventure picnics) in Surinsar- Mansar-Mohore Garh area for school students in the age group of 10 to 14 years from 21st November, 2019.
The programme shall start with a group of about 150 students of Shiksha Niketan Sr. Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu participating in a unique adventure picnic on 21st November followed daily by a series of about 15 groups of 150 students in each group of Shiksha Niketan Group of Schools. Besides Shiksha Niketan Group of Schools, a number of other renowned schools are likely to participate and the total participation is likely to touch the 4000 mark.
During the day long venture the budding adventurers shall first visit the beautiful Surinsar lake where they would be taught about the origin of the lake vis a vis the origin of the Himalaya. After learning about the faunae and flora of the area the young explorers shall proceed to Mansar. The main attraction at Mansar is a short trek in the Mansar-Mohore Garh area wherefrom they shall enjoy the panoramic view of the serene Mansar lake, the Mother Nature at its best. The participants shall also visit the local zoo to witness the beautiful birds and wild animals and learn about their habitats and behavior.
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