Safety Guideline for Safari
Kindly note: You might get the impression that wildlife viewing is a risky activity after reading the advice below. This is not true. We think that going to see wildlife can be very safe as long as you treat the animals with respect and behave in a sensible way. Your driver or guide is there to ensure your safety, and accidents are extremely uncommon. The only goal of the following guidance is to further reduce the already low risks.
- Always adhere to your guid’s guidelines and instructions because your guide knows best. They have lot of experience and know exactly what to do in any circumstance. All of their rules and instructions are meant to keep you safe on your safari.
- Keep your mobile devices off.
- Within the park, flying a drone, smoking, and drinking are strictly prohibited.
- Unless specifically instructed otherwise, do not get out of the jeep.
- Avoid removing anything from the vehicle. It is okay to stand up, but only with the guide’s permission. Always be aware of the surroundings and keep an eye out for branches that hang low.
- Try not to litter inside the recreation area. Always be aware of not allowing anything to fly out of the jeep.
- Don’t startle anyone. Animals can be provoked by sudden actions, which could put people in dangerous situations.
- Don’t talk or laugh too much because animals are easily scared and could run away from the jeep or come at it.
- Avoid carrying or storing food because the smell of food can frighten animals and put you in danger.
- Avoid giving wild animals food.