Follow the Rules in Kanha National Park
Rules in Kanha National Park
- Get lenses and film in advance as you are waiting to get on to the elephant. You may also need extra films so do carry it!
- Comply with the mahout’s commands about where to sit on the howdah. Balancing the load is also important.
- Be glad about the jungle as you traverse to the setting of the tiger. You are seeing the forest in a way that is pretty unlike riding down a park road.
- Defend your eyes, equipment and spectacles when you are riding through thick jungle. The bamboo can give you some vicious stabs if you’re not cautious.
- Be geared up for the tiger to move at any time. If it does, your elephant will probably stay with it. The tiger show will enlarge a completely different tempo, so hold on!
- Stay seated at all times, and make sure about the security of small kids.
- Anticipate that there will be a tiger show every day. The mahouts are triumphant at their tracking only about 60% of the time.
- Don’t try to race up your vehicle be in queue.
- Do not convince the mahout to disturb the tiger.
- Don’t locate on the howdah or unhook the bar.
- Make sure your voices are low and off the flash of the camera’s.