We believe in the future generations' power to bring about positive change. As such, our focus is to enable the youth to have a strong appreciation for the gifts of nature and the efforts involved in maintaining them. Our Eco-Tours promote environmental responsibility and encourage a critical understanding of how our actions as citydwellers impact our ecosystems. They awaken students' curiosities, foster their interest, nurture their innate creativity, and instill a genuine love for the environment and empathy for the local communities that protect it.
Mubarak Village is extremely gorgeous with a beautiful blend of hills, rock formations, sandy beaches & refreshing water, a combination that is guaranteed to uplift and nourish most people. Supplemented by an incredible Baloch community with a history of approx 300 years. TACTACK has worked with this community for over 4 years now and developed a sustainable model, ensuring real growth & progress. Through experiential learning students leave these beaches mentally refreshed and spiritually at peace, in a manner that can only be achieved through healthy physical exertion and integration with nature.
Makli (situated near the city of Thatta), is one of the largest graveyards in the world and a UNESCO heritage site. The children explore the tombs, understand the history briefly, and appreciate the efforts involved in maintaining such a significant site. Keenjhar Lake, situated along the Indus flyway, is a major source of water for Karachi, and is one of the largest freshwater lakes in Pakistan. The students understand the significance of the lake and how our freshwater wetlands ecosystem are being managed. They also interact with the local village elders and learn how they have had to look for alternate sources of income due to the decreasing fish population.
One of Pakistan’s most significant national parks, situated in Balochistan. The drive itself is a scenic one and will enable all to observe Chandragup the Mud Volcano from a distance, standing at approx 100m tall, it is an active mud volcano and considered a holy site as it is an important stop for Hindu pilgrims on their way to a shrine. The river at Hingol National Park has its own charm, with water levels fluctuating, erosion along the banks, following the stretch of the river towards the Nani Mandir temple, possible to view crocodiles and other wildlife such as ibex, mountain goats, migratory & local birds, camels, and an assortment of vegetation and trees that all add to the unique ecosystem. Some animals are not always possible to spot and it can take patience as well as sharp observation to find them. Unfortunately the wildlife population at large has been reducing over the years, and many animals are now endangered such as the black bear, brown rabbits, migratory birds etc. Marine animals like dolphins, whales, marine turtles are struggling too due to the increase of unregulated commercial fishing and irresponsible waste management that is polluting our oceans. The Kund Malir beach is one of the finest in the world in terms of scenery and typography, with sand dunes on one end of the coast, a long stretch of beautiful sandy beach, and a comforting refreshing ocean that makes this place magical.
Ranikot Fort also known as “Dewar e Sindh” (Great Wall of Sindh) lies in the province of Sindh, approx four hours from Karachi. With a periphery wall that is approx 30 kms total, it is arguable one of the world’s largest forts. Within the boundaries stand multiple smaller forts strategically located around the river. Sweet water springs and ponds magically emerge between natural limestone formations, bringing a mysterious and surreal aura to an otherwise mountainous desert context. Endowed with a mysterious history, Ranikot is one of the most exquisite historical sites to visit in Pakistan. Students are able to explore this beautiful landscape and thereby respect the history of this location. It is a memorable experience that lasts forever with everyone.
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