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Jungle safari is a dream for many. This not only gives you spend time with mother nature away from the maze of concretes, but also gives you lucky encounters with the wild life. Though sites of elephants, deers are common, but you can be lucky enough to come across tigers or lions which is sure to give adrenaline rush. A jungle safari is one of the most coveted experiences to sight wild animals, birds, and exotic flora in a natural habitat. First place that comes to our mind when we hear about Jungle Safari, is Africa. Earlier it used to be big-game hunt. But today, with animal protection acts, safaris are often to observe and photograph wildlife or hiking and sightseeing, as well.
Planning and safety are of utmost importance for Jungle Safari. You might be experienced enough, but you cannot foresee a disaster. You have to ensure it is an enjoyable and safe experience. While traversing in a jungle is fun and adventurous, it can turn into a disaster if not planned and executed properly.
Certain unwritten rules of safari are: Pack what is necessary, wear proper clothes, maintain one’s safety and welfare inside the park. This will enable you to have the most fabulous time inside the world’s biodiversity hotspots booming with exotic flora, fauna, and avifauna.
There are various types of safari experiences, ranging from guided safaris, walking safaris, jeep safaris and fly-in safaris to more specialized types, among them elephant safaris, camel safaris, horse safaris, river safaris, balloon safaris, photographic safaris and accessible safaris for the disabled.
Follow these DOs and DON’Ts of jungle safari in India and abroad for an enjoyable and safe time inside the jungle.
DOs Of Jungle Safari
DON’Ts Of Jungle Safari
The forest may be a tourist attraction for you, but it’s the home of the wild animals and birds you find inside it. They rule it, not you!
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