JLR has announced the "MONSOON OFFER" for the year 2014. Contact now to avail this offer.
JLR, in collaboration with Karnataka Eco-tourism Development board has successfully completed its 7th & 8th batch of Volunteer Training Programme "Bhagavathi Nature Camp, Kudremukh"
JLR, successfully completed its 21st batch of Naturalist Training Program at "Bannerghatta Nature Camp"
Sri. Sanjai Mohan I.F.S has taken over the charge as Managing Director of JLR from 03/03/2014
JLR has taken over their property, OM Beach Reosrt at Gokarna.
With its rugged trekking trails and great outdoors, the adventurous can embark on paths of discovery in and around Gokarna.
JLR and Eco-tourism Board has announced a 7 days " Volunteer Training Programme" at Bandipur Safari Lodge in two phases.
First phase starts from July 2013 and second in Agust 2013
JLR has announced " Moonson Offer " upto 30% discount till 15th September 2013 across some of their properties.
JLR and Karnatka Ecotourism Board haapily annonces the completion of 1st batch of Volunteer training program with upto 200 volunteers
The soft-spoken Karthikeyan.S, is our Chief Naturalist at the Jungle Lodges and Resort (JLR), is someone who lies low, much like the wildlife he works very hard to protect.
Karthik, as he is popularly known, has devoted practically his entire life to the pursuit of knowledge about Nature in all her forms. After years of wandering over hill and dale in the then extensive forests surrounding Bangalore, he spent 13 years at the World Wide Fund (WWF) for Nature – India before moving to JLR in early 2006.
Right through his life, he's been very interested in passing on his knowledge to others as well, and inculcating the dos and don'ts of being a naturalist, to both adults and children. "It has been my constant endeavor to create awareness among people – young and old alike," he says. " I have done this for a period spanning over two and half decades through walks, talks, film screenings, workshops and nature camps. I hope I am able to continue with this for as long as I can."
Karthik, runs the Naturalists Training Programme (NTP) regularly at JLR and also trains IFS Officers in Eco-tourism, he is the best advocate for making people aware that there is more to wildlife than the megafauna like Elephants, Tigers and Leopards. He is pushing people to admire lesser things likes ants, spiders, beetles and butterflies. Karthik is preparing a whole new generation to admire the myriad diversity in nature.
The management of JLR congratulates Karthik on the bagging the prestigious Carl Zeiss Conservation Award 2013.
"Thank you! we had an excellent day trip at bannergatta. all your staff and officials are extremely professional, helpful and courteous. Keep up the good work! your efforts in wildlife conservation are truly commandable and praiseworthy! We will surely come again to stay overnight."14-01-2013
Rahul Dravid, Bangalore