The national park is expansive. The safari is well organised. Guides give you only basic information. However its disheartening when all the trained guides and safari vehicle drivers behave erratically in the forest when a rumor of tiger spotting is spread, they drive recklessly and all vehicles - more than 30 at a time for tiger spotting!
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