A jungle safari the best adventure you can have at any age. Out in the open with best companions enjoying fresh air and wildlife. With the development in the distribution of safari permits, safari is accessible to every age. Every safari experience is fun but every jungle safari has benefits.
- You instantly become aware of the necessity of physical fitness: Wildlife safaris are not physically stressful, but the more agile you are, the likelier you are to maximize on the fun quotient. It also boosts your strength and the requirement of activity increases physical stamina.
- You get rid of inner anxiety and symptoms of stress: Everyone will agree that stress is a major shortcoming of living the city life. A safari takes a good amount of concentration. Still, you are able to count your breaths while waiting for the first glimpse of the tiger. Mental exercises of this type release anxiety and help you frees your mind.
- You face the unknown and emerge a winner: Our first experiences with nature and wildlife are new events for us all, notwithstanding the presence of guides and helpers. Observing animals in their natural state is a completely different feeling. The old way of living a new experience is by learning and emerging with confidence after every safari.
- Animal Therapy: This is not a very well-known word, but the benefits of simply spending time with wildlife are incredible. There’s a certain thrill associated with seeing tigers, elephants, and leopards in their natural habitat. It triggers the release of feel-happy endorphins and fights the build-up of worries.
- Developing respect for all living creatures: Benefits of a jungle safari power of concentration and observation, because small, beautiful yet life-changing wonders are pointed out to them every step on the way. It induces spiritual health and develops a sense of respect for every living being.
Born and brought up in New Delhi, it was Sharad’s childhood passion to play cricket for India. While on a holiday in 1990, he saw his first tiger. Little did he know that this one sighting would immerse him into a realm where forests and tigers were all that mattered.
Sharad’s experiences as a wildlife photographer have inspired him to observe the tiger’s behavior for over 30 years and motivated him on his own journey as an entrepreneur. He started Nature Safari India Pvt Ltd, with a focus on “Conservation through Tourism.” to align himself to the mission of saving the regal species and repopulating them in India’s forests. In 2006, he set up one of India’s premier jungle lodges in Kanha National Park.
Sharad believes that there are many lessons to be learned from a tiger that can be applied successfully to leadership—both in business and in life. Here’s a new book by Sharad Vats on management and leadership skills to learn from a Tiger.