Panch Tattva Adventure ( A unit of Panch Tattva Tour And Travels Private Limited)is committed to being environmental caretakers and seek to attain high standards of `minimum impact tourism'.
At Panch Tattva, every client is made aware of the pledge to allow an `open audit' system by the client displaying sincerity towards this cause. The pledge below reflects a travel ethic which the conscientious traveler joins for long term sustainability.
Limit Deforestation:
We will not create open fires and discourage others from doing so. Where water can only be heated by scarce firewood, we will try not to use it so that villagers may utilize it for their livelihood. Wherever possible, we will choose accommodation that uses kerosene or fuel-efficient fire-wood stoves.
Plant Saplings:
We will take saplings and encourage our tourists to help plant them near our campsites or off the trails.
Non-biodegradable Garbage:
We will leave campsites clean and take back all non biodegradable litter to the road head/ towns for proper disposal. We will only bury biodegradable food waste.
Keep Local Water Clean:
Toilet facilities will be pitched at least 30 metres away from the water source and all waste will be covered properly. We will not allow detergents to be used in streams and springs.
Plants left in their Natural Environment:
We will not take away cuttings, seeds and roots that are illegal in many parts of the Himalayas.
Respect Local Cultures:
We will promote the appreciation and preservation of religious places and local villages by never allowing clients to buy religious objects or heirlooms from remote villages.
Alternate Source of Energy for Fuel:
Where possible, we will convert to solar power such as solar lanterns, solar cookers etc.
Stationery & Other Publicity material on Recycled Paper:
We will introduce/increase the use of recycled/hand made paper for our stationer and other publicity items such as brochures, etc.

Panch Tattva diligently brings back all non-biodegradable garbage. Ibex uses solar equipment where possible. We invite you to be partners in this endeavor - to tread lightly and be good eco tourists.


Green Days

January – 15th-30th: Animal Welfare Fortnight


World Wetlands Day
March – 14th:     International Day of Action for Rivers
20th:    World Sparrow Day
21st:      International Day of Forests
22nd:    World Water Day
29th:    Earth Hour
April –


Earth Day
May – 22nd:    International Day for Biological Diversity
  23rd:    World Turtle Day
  5th:       World Environment Day
  8th:      World Oceans Day
July – 1st:        Vanmahotsav Day
  28th:    World Nature Conservation Day
  29th:    International Tiger Day
September – 9th:      Save the Himalayas Day
  16th:     World Ozone Day
October – 3rd:      World Habitat Day
  1st-7th:  World Wildlife Week
  4th:     World Animal Day
  5th:       National Dolphin Conservation Day
November – 1st:        World Ecology Day
  21st:      World Fisheries Day
December – 1st:        Ocean Care Day
  10th:     International Animal Rights Day
  11th:      International Mountain Day

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