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Do's and Don'ts in the Jungle
Sure you love the jungle,but while exploring our furry friends there are a few things to be kept in mind.Here is a comprehensive list of Do's and Don'ts while visiting enjoying a jungle excursion.
Do's
  • Check timings of entries with local staff and stick to schedule.Any entry otherwise timings is treated as trespass in protected areas and may invite action.
  • Keep various important related literatures and other articles,like information booklet of the area, identification book(s) of birds and animals, camera and binoculars etc. with you.
  • Drive vehicles at slow speed.
  • Use dustbins.
  • Observe the instructions of Forest Officials and those contained in the information booklet supplied to you.
  • The prior briefing and interaction with local staff makes your visit and stay more enjoyable and informative.
  • When out to observe wildlife, as a rule Khaki or olive-green or brown clothing would be suitable.White or bright colors are too conspicuous and tend to scare animals.Long trousers are usually worn.
  • Comfortable walking shoes such as sport shoes are advisable.
  • Always carry back your left-over.
  • Move with registered guide.
  • Use biodegradable material.
  • Book in advance for accommodation in forest rest houses to avoid disappointment.
Don'ts
  • Smoking and igniting fire is prohibited in National Parks and sanctuaries and not desirable in other forest area.
  • Uses of poly-bags are not desirable in forest area.
  • Blowing of horns and playing transistors, without ear phones and excessive noises disturb and scare away wildlife.
  • Getting out of the vehicle will endanger your life as well as disturb animals.
  • Do not spoil the serene and environmentally sacred National Parks, sanctuaries and other forests by throwing and littering the area with garbage.
  • Avoid teasing of wild animals.
  • Avoid use of perfumes or strong smelling chemical.
  • Do not carry arms.
  • Do not indulge in immoral activities.
  • Do not wear clothes with vibrant colors.
  • Do not picnic in the forest zone.
  • Many people have a habit of feeding the animals when they see them.One should not do this as it can cause agitation in animals sometimes, they may get irritated.
  • Do not get down from the vehicle while the guide take you for safari.



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