Safari Rules & Regulations

India is known for its vibrant destinations, history, colors and delicious food, it is equally rich in its nature and wildlife. Thanks to the varied landscape and climatic conditions, many ecosystems exist which serve as the perfect habitat for many mammals, reptiles, and birds. Most of these species are protected under Wildlife Sanctuaries or National Parks and have seen many generations in the Indian forests. India's rich biodiversity is home to many endemic species like - The Royal Bengal Tigers, Asiatic Lion, Asiatic Elephants and One- Horned Rhinos.

Since national parks are protected areas, it is important to follow certain rules for the benefits and safety of fauna as well as ourselves while visiting them. Most of them are common across all protected areas, we request you highly to follow these rules.


Do carry the original photo ID that has been used to make an online reservation as you will not be allowed entry without a valid photo ID.

Do use the washrooms in the hotel, or near the park entry gate before the safari starts as there is no provision inside the park in most parks. Avoid drinking a lot of water before the safari to avoid a visit to the washroom.

Do respect the animals. You are a guest in their home.

Do book a safari through your agent or forest department. It is compulsory to take an authorised park guide with every tourist vehicle. Most safaris are in an open jeep and not in a private vehicle.

Do look beyond the big cats and enjoy sighting smaller mammals, reptiles, birds and even trees.

Do keep minimum movement within the vehicle, especially when you sight an animal as this can scare the animals and birds.

Do stay in the vehicle. Getting down from the vehicle is not permitted, except at certain specified places which will be indicated by the guide and driver

Do hold on to the iron bar in front or side of your seat to prevent falling or hurting yourself


Do not approach any animal too closely. Keep a respectful distance of around 20 meters to respect their privacy.

Avoid taking babies, small children or pets on the safari as the duration may take a toll on them. They may start crying and distract the wild animal.

Do not play music or make noises to get a reaction from animals.

Do not use mobile phones in the parks except while clicking photos.

Do not talk unless necessary. If you must speak, simply whisper.

Do not carry firearms, cigarettes, lighters or any items which may start a fire in the forest.

Do not collect any plants, rocks, soil or animals as souvenirs. They belong to the forest.

Do not get disappointed in case of no sighting and do not blame the driver/guide for it. Remember it is not a zoo. Instead, interact with them to learn about different forest stories.

Do not feed the animals in the jungle.

Do not keep your mobile phone in the side pockets of the pants. The undulating forest terrain may bump the phone from the pocket onto the road.

Do not stand in the vehicle unless permitted by the guide/driver.

Do not point towards birds. Raptors may notice smaller birds or their nests and attack them for food.

Do not dispose of polythene bags, tetra packs or food in the national park during the safari. Take them back with you and dispose of them at the entry gates or in hotel trash bins.

Do not deviate from the allotted routes or leave the road.

Do not enter forest premises without permits.

Do not enter before sunrise or stay after sunset. It is important to maintain the decorum of the park.

Do not encourage your driver to break the national park rules such as regarding the speed of the vehicle, the route to be followed, the distance to be kept from other vehicles and wild animals.

Do not use a flash with your photos. It will not improve the photo and it startles the animals

Note: Tourists are visiting in the Protected Areas at their own risk and Govt of the state, Forest depaartment or its employees shall not be responsible for any loss of life or of property or disability resulting from any accident or incident within the Protected Areas.

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