Nature & Wildlife Trek Event

During trekking

Do's

Do's

  • Keep safe distance from wild animals.
  • Photography & videography of nature and wildlife is permitted without making any noise.
Don't

Don't do

  • Do not smoke and tease wild animals.
  • Do not carry fire arms/ammunition and litter in the forest.
  • Do not play music or honk (vehicle horn).
  • Do not carry polythene/plastic bags or feed eatables to wild animals.
  • Do not pluck the flowers or harm the plants.
  • Do not deviate from the designated trek route and always remain in group during trekking. No kid should be left alone as the sanctuary is having leopard presence.

Register Event

Before register please read instructions & important Notes.




Important Note

  • The trekking in the Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary is being organized by the Department of Forest & Wildlife, Chandigarh Administration in order to sensitize the public towards importance of Wildlife Conservation.
  • All the participants are requested to maintain all discipline and abide by all the terms & conditions laid down by the Department.
  • Entry will be given based on the acknowledgment slip with valid ID proof (if asked for). You are encouraged to show it in your mobile phone. Do not print, unless it is unavoidable.
  • Maximum 500 persons will be allowed on ‘First Come First Serve’ basis to participate in the trekking. Final list of participants will be emailed.
  • Person with chronic disease or heart ailments or those with problem in climbing are advised not to participate in this trek, in case there is any casualty due to health issues, department will not be responsible for this.
  • In case of bad weather, trekking may be cancelled.

Tips for Trekking

  • Please assemble at Nepli entrance gate, GPS- 30.753551, 76.844291 (near Saketri Mahadev Mandir), 30 minutes in advance.
  • For better sighting of wild animals, it is advisable that no noise should be created while trekking.
  • If any wild animal comes across while trekking, then the wild animal should not be disturbed by the trekkers. Do not stare or make eye to eye contact with wild animals.
  • Trekkers are advised to keep sun glasses and caps for comfort.
  • It is advisable not to take kids (of age less than 10 years) for trekking.
  • Trekkers are also advised to keep Backpack/Hiking Bag and water bottles in the bag as there is only one point in the mid of the trek where water shall be made available by the Department.
  • Enjoy the beautiful nature and help us in conservation & protection of wildlife
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