Surviving a wildlife jungle horseback safari – The best four tips to keep in mind


Wildlife is scenic, adventurous and also tough to manage! Many adventure lovers do plan for exotic horseback safari’s, but often they cancel out thinking of it’s the survival tactics. It’s all about smart thinking and careful planning. When you have a jungle safari for a couple of days, surviving the heat, cold or the safari experience amidst a wildlife setting is challenging for most.

Have you already signed up for a jungle horseback safari with a leading group? If yes, discussed below are a few essential survival tactics that you can always put to good use.

Smart survival tactics for jungle horseback safari

  1. Check out for the water sources

If you are planning for a jungle horseback safari in Kenya or Rajasthan, you are likely to carry your water bottle. Staying hydrated is essential to experience an adventurous safari. However, there are chances that your water will run empty after a day. Here you need to search for other water sources in the route that you’ve decided to travel. Check out for nearby fountains and rivulets from where you can fetch water. It’s crucial to stay hydrated during a wildlife horseback safari.

  1. Learn the animal attack survival tactics

Usually, during a jungle, horseback safari riders get to experience sights of giraffes, elephants, lions, hyena and many more. Usually, the animals’ simple pass by the horsing trail. But sometimes a giraffe or a gazelle can start to respond strange and tend to create havoc. It is here that you need to be aware of the animal attack survival tactics. These solutions are all about ways to distract the animal from attacking you and hiding the same. This way you can ensure a smooth horseback ride, similar to the ones shown on TVG and other sites.

  1. Carry food morsels and also count on wild berries

Wildlife is unpredictable. Generally, the horseback riding organizations arrange for lunch for the people who’ve recently joined. Hence, it makes sense that you carry food and edibles from home. It’s always better to bring something crisp and dry. Else the food will lose its minimal moisture which would result in a foul taste. There are times when you also need to eat the wild berries when you are hungry, and you still have a bit of work left.

  1. Learn how to make a spear

It’s always better to stay prepared in a jungle horseback safari. A spear is still helpful when amidst the wildlife. It can help in catching a fish or in other purposes. To make a spear, you will need a thin but straight wooden stick. You can tear the ends and give it the shape of a fork. Isolate the fork using a wooden wedge and bring it to place. Sharpen every fork created using a knife. A spear is a stable defense tool from any midnight attacks from wild animals. There are several spear types, such as the tripe-prong spear and many others. You decide to make the one that suits your preference.

Surviving the old includes careful planning and assessment of any given situation. You want to explore the rich natural setting, the wild animals and also stay fit and secure. For this, you need to deploy essential survival strategies. You can take reference from the above-discussed ones and always add your inputs for the same.