In this age riddled with problems of industrialization, pollution, climate change, and threats of extinction and endangerment to plants and animals, man is depicted as the worst villain of sorts in the battle against nature, whether his part is wittingly or unwittingly done. Thus, when one comes across an experience that resonates with peaceful co-existence and symbiosis between man and his supposed victim, it is a great cause for celebration. That is exactly what the Guindy National Park stands for – a tribute to a healthy and thriving ecosystem of man, flora and fauna and a celebration of life as it should be.
Guindy National Park is situated in Mambalam, in the southern outskirts of the Chennai district. Encompassing 270 hectares of protected lands, it is one of the smallest national parks in all of India. It is also one of the few national parks that are nestled right at the [Read more…]