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Get an Adrenaline Rush at These 7 Jungles in Your 50s

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Looking for an adrenaline rush in your 50s? Try these 7 wildlife spots recommended by HolidayIQ travellers.

1. Jaldapara ; For it's wildlife sanctuary

Jaldapara ; For it's wildlife sanctuary
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sudip Ghosh says, “We had this awesome experience of a jungle safari It is an awesome experience of jungle safari by jeep. A guide is a must if you would like to get more information about Chilapata. Chilapata is a place where one can stay for 10 days and it won't be monotonous at all. I feel if one has to enjoy Dooars, one can stay in the Jungle Camp where food and lodging are excellent. The manager is extremely helpful and cordial. ” Read Full Review

2. Gorumara ; For it's Indian rhinoceros.

Gorumara ; For it's Indian rhinoceros.
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Al Mamoon Mohit shares, “Serene Gorumara The jungle safari is extremely exciting. Open jeeps as well as other vehicles are available. It's a two hour trip. The core forest is dense and replete with flora and fauna. The guides are well-trained. ” Read Full Review

3. Kanha ; For it's tiger reserve

Kanha ; For it's tiger reserve
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sudipta Nandy shares, “The best attraction of any National Park is the jungle safari and in Kanha, you have plenty of opportunities for that. Although elephant safaris are banned in Kanha, the jeep safari is equally thrilling. Kanha National park has got 4 tourist zones for visitors and it is recommended that you opt for all the zones - Kanha, Mukki, Kisli and Sarhi - as all the zones hide some specialities for any nature lovers. Kanha is the premium zone and you need to pay an additional Rs. 500 for the entry ticket to this zone. It is advised that you collect the entry tickets online for all zones in advance as the counter tickets are very limited and you may have to stand in a long queue to get those.” Read Full Review

4. Shimoga ; For it's elephant camp

Shimoga ; For it's elephant camp
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saurabh Kumar adds, “This place has a very mild gradient, a small waterfall on the way, and camping options at the top. We took a guide who setup tents at the top. Reach the top, have liquor and come down if you do not want to camp. There is a temple at the top and no other major facilities. So watch the morning sunrise, if possible. This may not be suitable for families.” Read Full Review

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5. Panna : For it's tiger reserve

Panna : For it's tiger reserve
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Monica Rai adds, “An African jungle safari Experience in India! It is like none other in its natural beauty. The Ken River which flows across the forest is a natural wonder and is breathtaking too. It besieges a plethora of fauna and flora. The wildlife is vulnerable yet untouched by the effects of modern civilization, in complete harmony with nature's balance. The topography of the forest changes from region to region. It sometimes appears like the Savanna in Africa and like the Amazon on the other. The crocodiles in their unique environment display acts of amusement and fury. I have been a witness to nature’s miracles myself in this park. ” Read Full Review

6. Simlipal ; For it's tiger reserve

Simlipal ; For it's tiger reserve
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HolidayIQ Reviewer SANDIPAN PANDA shares, “My first jungle safari in life, along with my friends: It has two entrances - Pithabhata and Jashipur. We stayed in Baripada, 22 km from Pithabhata. Baripada is a nice town. We stayed in Hotel Ambika. The hotel is average but the restaurant is nice, and it is on a great location. We visited in early March. Usually, there is rush between Dec-Jan. We were the only travellers that day. As per rules, they allow only 20 cars a day from each gate. We were unable to see any tiger but saw some other animals. A guide is a must. ” Read Full Review

7. Bandipur National Park ; For it's many species

Bandipur National Park ; For it's many species
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sajin Kollara adds, “A journey on the Ooty-Gundlupet National Highway which passes through Mudumalai National Park and Bandipur Tiger reserve will give you abundant sightings: en route during our journey we spotted elephants, Gaur herd (Indian Bisons), Wild boar, Cheetal Deers, Sambar Deer, Peacocks, Serpent Eagles, Changeable hawk-eagle, Gray Langurs and Ruddy Mongoose. If you want to get more sightings halt near Bandipur Tiger Reserve information counter and obtain tickets for a jungle safari. Please note: You are not supposed to stop the vehicle to get more time with the animal sightings. Drive slowly and do not attempt to offer any provocations to the wild animals.” Read Full Review

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