As you already know, we're a trekking company in Pune. But originally, we're Nelda Foundation, a not-for-profit section 8 company working to make Pune and India greener and cleaner. Since June 26, 2016, we're working at Hanuman Tekdi, Pune where we've planted hundreds of trees and are constantly taking care of them. With our goal of helping people plant and grow a billion trees in India by 2041, we want to help spread the awareness about the nature and bring people together to work for the environment.
When we started planting trees and telling people about it, we soon realised that the world doesn't work that way. Not everyone is interested in contributing to non-profit activities and be a volunteer. So we were looking for another way to get people to be involved in the greener and cleaner movement. That's when we thought of trekking.
Trekking is something which gets you closer to the nature. It gets you on mountains, in forests and places where there's nothing but the nature! So using this experience as a catalyst to get people to take interest in good causes, we started Nelda Treks for a Cause. With Nelda Treks for a Cause i.e. Heaven Adventure, we not only take you on exciting Mahrashtra Treks and Himalayan Treks, but we also let you do a good deed. For example, in our Sahyadri treks, you'll be cleaning the harmful plastic as you trek. Don't get us wrong- we won't make you work a lot. Just a bit. Plus, we'll make sure that you're totally safe while doing any activity. We'll give you protective gloves and a guide will always accompany you.
On the Himalayan treks, we may get you involved in tree plantation or teaching the rural students there or doing any other activity that may benefit the local environment and society. Does it sound hard? No, right? It's actually quite simple and gives us the satisfactory feeling of working for something good.
So, don't just trek. Trek for a cause!
Come with Heaven Adventure on a few exciting adventures in India and leave a positive impact. After all, this is the only world we've got. Let's care for it.