A jungle safari preserves a wealth of precious moments. No place is better than the lap of nature to enjoy precious moments with friends or all alone. However, all jungle safari itineraries are a combination of the pleasures of bird-watching and greenery with other tourist attractions. Temples, monuments and other natural beauties are also explored while spending time amidst wildlife, forests and the changing seasons. 

The benefits are as follows:

  • Creating a Diversion: The same scenery every hour can become monotonous. Instead, seeing neighboring attractions is a good way to divert the mind without taking attention completely away from the safari. Jungle safari with monuments is always beneficial for giving the best experience to inbound clients. Creating a Diversion


  • It is often a good way to learn more about the jungle: The royal wildlands in Rajasthan are just a few hours drive away from forts and palaces based in main cities. It’s an interesting way to acknowledge history and travel back in time during the hunting days of kings and his friends.   It is often a good way to learn more about the jungle.


Jungle safari with monuments


  • The forest houses some beautiful monuments as well: Not always do you have to travel for miles to touristy places, simply not to be bored on your jungle safari. Forests in Rajasthan and Maharashtra contain forts, temples, and lakes that are simply awesome to experience. The forest houses some beautiful monuments as well.


  • It does make us appreciate the quietude of the safari much more: After a busy day in a tourist spot, the forest cottage is a grandly silent place to retire to for the end of the day. Three days in a jungle safari, and we tend to take the solitude for granted. The added attractions make you value your forest time a lot more.It does make us appreciate the quietude of the safari much more.


Jungle safari with monuments


  • In the end, the ‘additions’ become a part of your amazing jungle safari: You might see some attraction on your way inside the forest and even while going out of the forest. These itineraries help make the guest experience unforgettable. In the end, the ‘additions’ become a part of your amazing jungle safari.
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Sharad Vats

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. Buy now on Amazon