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Making Most of a Tiger Safari in India

Uday Patel
 


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Exciting and fun that is what the tiger safaris in the reserves come out to be. This is the vacation many people in India and overseas visitors yearn for. Those interested in wildlife photography and birds are keener on taking this kind of vacation. But there are many lazy one’s who come to serene ambiance and green confines to booze and sleep. There is no shortage of indolent holiday makers who visit our reserves to replenish their energies and peace of mind in the tiger heavens.

Well a holiday is a holiday really? Well not this one a wildlife safari break is not just for sleeping your urban woes off. This is a holistic break that does revitalize but does so by active participation. Another good advantage is the accommodations especially at Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserves. They are the best.

The resorts in Bandhavgarh have the best ambiance being literally engulfed by the wilderness all around. The amenities provided are the best in remote wilderness. Thank God it is far away from metros and small big towns. Incidentally the white tiger was discovered nearby by the then Maharajah of Rewa.

When you are in a safari be dressed in plains or khaki so as not to disturb the animals. Try to participate actively in the excursion and just do not chase tigers. The safari jeeps are accompanied by guides and trained naturalists who are there to interpret the bird and bees as well as the mega fauna. Make most of it have a holistic experience – enjoy everything.

Destinations like Bandhavgarh offer additional advantage because of ruins as old as 2000 years. This drive takes you back into an ancient past that would have been out of your imagination in stark contrast to urban environment from where you have arrived.

Enjoy the artifacts, the structures, manmade caves and magnificent walls that lie scattered everywhere. See how the greens have engulfed the ancient buildings created by old rulers. Who would not love to experience wilderness in such pristine surroundings.

Add activities like nature walk, birding and village walks to your trip. The popular nature resorts in Bandhavgarh will help organize all activities. Enjoy the local delicacies but do not indulge keep fit for the wonderful holiday in the tiger heaven.

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