Camping is a wonderful activity for both grown-ups and children to connect with nature. It is a great outdoor activity to get city kids away from the TV & Video games and bring them closer to nature that is surrounded by beautiful wilderness, trees, birds, insects, reptiles and even monitor lizards and wild peacocks. For those who fear insects and lizards, it is just a conditioning of the brain and it helps to do things slowly - short and gentle exposures to these animals will overcome that fear. Building knowledge about the animals also helps a lot. The camping at Greenacres involves a structured introduction to nature and the wilderness, where city kids learn about survival, the dos and don'ts in the outdoors and get hands-on experiences in nature and get interested with the environment. Since Greenacres is a farm, kids can learn how to grow things naturally without using chemical fertilizers and pesticides. They can learn how composting is done from kitchen and garden waste that helps protect the top soil. Kids will also learn various aspects on how they can reduce the carbon footprint and help alleviate climate change.
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