A jungle safari is the best adventure you can have at any age. Out in the open with the choicest of companions: fresh air and wildlife. With the ready availability of safaris customised for your best interests, wildlife and nature safaris progressively become more accessible for unlikely people like children or elderly citizens. Other than being great fun, a safari works in unknown ways to improve our mental and physical health, so we take back more than just awesome memories of nature gazing and wildlife viewing.
- You instantly become aware of the necessity of physical fitness: Wildlife safaris are not physically stressful, but the more agile you are, the likelier you are to maximize on the fun quotient. It also boosts your strength and the requirement of activity increases physical stamina.
- You get rid of inner anxiety and symptoms of stress: Everyone will agree that stress is a major shortcoming of living the city life. On a safari, you are completely focused on the wildlife around you, almost able to count your breaths while waiting for the first glimpse of the tiger. Mental exercises of this type releases anxiety and frees your mind of the stress bugs that nag us daily.
- You face the unknown and emerge a winner: Our first experiences with nature and wildlife are new events for us all, notwithstanding the presence of guides and helpers. Observing animals in their natural state is a completely different feeling. This primitive way of living is a new experience and all safari goers emerge with more wisdom and self-confidence as a result of having faced a new way of life.
- Animal Therapy: This is not a very well-known word, but the benefits of simply spending time with wildlife are incredible. There’s a certain thrill associated with seeing tigers, elephants and leopards in their natural habitat. It triggers the release of feel-happy endorphins and fights the build-up of worries.
Developing respect for all living creatures: Safaris develop in tourists a great power of concentration and observation, because small, beautiful yet life-changing wonders are pointed out to them every step of the way. This induces a healthy, spiritual respect for the cycle of life itself, including every living being, beginning from the majestic tiger to the smallest frame of grass. A safari potentially changes your perspective and prepares you for a better life!