Nature and Tree Walks

Home to some of the most beautiful parks and lakes in the city Bangalore offers some of the best destinations to explore Plants, Trees and Wildlife. Our walks discuss History & Horticulture, play tribute to Bangalore’s rich green heritage, Stories of the past, the ecological role of green pickets in namma ooru.


Nature & Tree Walks

Our community board

Loved the nature session, the kids enjoyed it a lot! The two older children said they liked hanging out in the green with the kids. Such beautiful memories!



Working professional and mom of two

Cubbon Park with Kavya was a rich productive, learning experience. She made us look at the park in a new light, even for old Bangaloreans. She got us to look closer, pick fonts, observe slugs and understand the ecosystem. We engaged in conversations about larger issues in the conservation space which helped us connect the little observations with the big picture. For instance, the role of bees in the ecosystem; the repercussions of clearing bee hives. All of this sensitized students to problems beyond their immediate surroundings. Kavya has been very patient and handheld the students through the big and small issues and helped them engage with the space. She also provided a wealth of resources to pursue the subject further. It was beyond just learning names of trees and how to identify them. It was a lot of storytelling, fun and laughter which allowed one to be fully immersed and connect to the place and most likely fall in love trees


Faculty, Srishti School of Design

Hi Kavya, the walks were super informative and helped me connect to the trees around me in my everyday life. Thank you!


working professional

A Green Venture by Kavya is an amazing platform for children to become one with nature and all its living beings. My daughter loves the walks Kavya conducts, exploring and talking about flora and fauna in the parks and foraging through all her walks. Catch this nature enthusiast on the weekends in the prime parks of Bangalore city’


Founder, Knowledge Origin

It was lovely how you engaged the kids, they really went back home with some learning. Every parent messaged me saying they loved the entire thing and the walk was amazing

Avantika Arya


Yes. It was the best way to spend a Saturday morning. The knowledge that was shared was truly useful and has piqued my interest in the local flora. I will most certainly walk around trees with a new found appreciation.