Initially, what started as an attempt at introducing people to the Indian wilderness and to their first wild tiger, Aaranyachar today aims to introduce the world to a myriad of experiences which are beyond just the tiger and give you a holistic essence of the forest.
Carved from personal explorations, Aaranychar merges experiential learning in and around the forests with responsible tourism practices.
Each journey allows you to slow down time & become a local, truly.
Aaranyachar was essentially born out of an idea to give back to the forests & its people.
Working closely with the guardians of the Central Indian Landscape i.e. the Madhya Pradesh TIger Foundation Society as well as
Last Wilderness Foundation (NGO); Aaranyachar aims to support alternate livelihoods by adopting community driven tourism practices & aiding conservation measures.
Aaranyachar hopes to sensitize the urban future generations to the blood, sweat & tears put by the locals in preserving India's rich wildlife heritage.
All journeys are designed to allow maximum exposure with the locals, truly allowing you to immerse in the landscape.