How To Plan Your Next Wildlife Safari!

There was a time when planning a trip meant hours of research about the best location, best resort, services and amenities on site and places to see or activities. Today, the first thing that comes to mind is safety, the best sanitisation checks and contact less services for guests. If a jungle safari has been on your mind, then here are some tips to find the best Jungle safari lodge and plan an amazing Jungle safari in India.

Here is your checklist before you hit the road to go on a wildlife tour:

1. Choose smaller properties to reduce your contact with people

2. Check the amenities available at the jungle safari lodge, like transfer, on-call doctor, health-checks and sanitization of the staff etc

3. Insist on a quick and contact less check-in and sanitise your bags once you reach your room

4. Remember, a wildlife safari is an adventure and an experience and so you have dress accordingly. Pack comfortable clothes in neutral colours that will help you blend-in with the hues of the jungle. Always, always keep a sanitizer handy wherever you go.

Madhya Pradesh is a great destination for a wildlife tour. With its abundance of forests and wildlife reserves it has some of the best spots for wildlife spotting. Forsyth Lodge, close to Bhopal, is one of the best Jungle Lodges and Resorts. Being closed for months due to the lockdown, they have now opened again for guests and have implemented safety measures in place to ensure prevention of COVID-19. Apart from a jungle retreat, they also offer some of the greatest jungle safaris in India, since they are situated right outside the Satpura Tiger Reserve.

So, pack your bags and leave your worries behind and return with just memories for a lifetime.

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