Avoid wearing bright colors. Go with earth colors like greens, beige, and brown. Similarly, strong perfumes and body deo should be avoided too as animals have a strong sense of smell and these can distract the animals and make them move away.
Smoking or drinking liquor is prohibited inside the park.
Do not litter inside or outside the vehicle.
No fire arms to be carried inside the park.
Do not feed the animals in the jungle.
Safari vehicle rules
Keep movement within the vehicle to the minimum, especially when you sight an animal as this can scare the animals and birds.
Getting off from the vehicle is not permitted, except at certain specified places which will be indicated by the guide and driver.
If any animal gets closer to the jeep do not try and touch it. Similarly, if proximity to an animal makes you uncomfortable, feel free to let the guide and driver know.
Maruti gypsies are the preferred vehicles used in most parks. Always hold on to the iron bar in front or side of your seat to prevent falling or hurting oneself. Remember, despite experienced drivers, the uneven terrain can pose unforeseen challenges.
Flash photography is prohibited.
Avoid carrying a mobile phone as there is no network inside the park. However, if you still do, make sure to keep it on silent or on vibration mode.
Always carry proper camera bags etc to protect the equipment from sudden showers, dust etc.
If you are carrying a big lens like a 400mm upwards or any prime lens for photography do inform the resort in advance and ask for a bean bag.
Carry your passport or the photo id that you gave while booking the safari permit as you will not be allowed entry without a valid photo ID.
Do research on weather and the expected temperatures during safaris. Lot of guests coming from cold countries under-estimate the winter temperatures in the forest, and are surprised.
Use the washrooms in the hotel, or near the park entry gate (not all the park entries have washrooms). Avoid drinking lot of water before the safari to avoid visit to the washroom. Always carry a sanitizer in case you need to use the make shift toilets in the park.
If you are sensitive to dust then carry a mask to cover your nostrils as the tracks in the park are mostly dry and dusty.
The vehicle is not covered, so you are exposed to direct sun, hence carry or apply a sunscreen lotion. A hat is a good option to have.
Carry some snacks and cookies and a bottle of water in case you feel hungry and thirsty during the safari. However, in some parks like Kanha and Bandhavgarh the breakfast is carried in the jeep and served at designated spots.
Have a light lunch before the afternoon safari as a full tummy, and the wind on your face can make you sleepy.
Please be cautious of your personal belongings. Do not leave them behind in the open vehicle while going to the toilet.
It helps to tip the guide and driver at the end of the safari. Thought tipping is not necessary, however, if you are happy with their service you might like to give them.
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