Most frequently asked questions to our Team
Wildlife safari is closed every Wednesday in Central Indian national parks and also in Holi & Diwali. Forest department has the rights to close the safari at any point of time
Maximum 6 tourists are allowed to sit in the safari vehicle (Maruti gypsy). There will also be a driver and a local guide, so in total 8 people max can do the safari
The IDs provided while booking the safari ticket is a must to carry for every safari. In foreigners case, it would be their passport. So please carry it for all your safaris. No safari ticket charges for children below 5 years
For booking your safari we require the following details
Your Identity proof – Like Passport, Driving license, Adhaar card etc
Please mail us all the details and scanned copy at email@example.com or wats app on +91-7999224215
Wildlife safari or Jungle safari are done morning and evening. Park gate opening and closing time depends on the sunrise and sunset which are decided by the forest officials
One has to first realize the difference between India and Africa. You can see lions from a distance in Africa and move in, position your vehicle and take photographs while the Indian jungles are dense with limited visibility. Photographing tigers in India itself is a challenge and one need to have people like us who are regular safari naturalists in the park, familiar with the terrain, can put their knowledge and experience to track tigers and help you position the vehicle at the right places for photography.
If you are a tour operator, wildlife film maker or a wildlife photographer who wants to bring clients to Bandhavgarh and Central Indian national parks like Satpura, Kanha, Pench and Panna, Tadoba, Looking forward to arrange beautiful accommodation and lodging facilities with good naturalists, ground travel and your safari ticket permits booked, we provide our expertise in this regard. Let us handle it for you !
Safari tickets booking open 4 months before your arrival at all Central India National Parks. That means if you are planning to come on 1st January 2020 our suggestion to you will be to book it the earliest by 1st August 2019 (5 months before so that once the ticket opens on 1st September 2019 for 1st January 2020 we can book it for you the desired safari zones) and it goes on in this way. So avail your safari/game drives asap.
There are many international airports in India where you can land especially New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai etc. You can book your online tickets from www.cleartrip.com
In a place like India the major focus is on Tigers and other wild animals, so sightings may vary from very close encounters to long distances. I recommend zoom lenses from the range of 70-200, 70-300, 100-400 mm etc. For birds, however, you might require prime lenses like 500 or 600 mm with tele convertors. Wide angle lenses and the basic 18-55 mm lens will be good for photographing landscapes. Camera bodies with good low light performance and higher frames per second can be an added advantage to photograph.