STUDY ON ROLE OF THE NEW JUNGLE SAFARI CONCEPT AND ITS IMPACT ON WILDLIFE TOURISM
Wildlife tourism is a vital venue for people-to-nature studies. Since new emerging economies are likely to need more tourism in wildlife destinations, this article takes into account the broader emotional and psychological implications of wildlife surveillance. And their natural habitats, animals, can be affected by wildlife tourism. In reality, they would fear animals in their fragile life cycles and adverse reproductive effects. Tourist feeding of wildlife may alter social behavior patterns. Social and cultural consequences related to tourism, including adaptations to the organisation of families and gender roles, resulting in conflict and loss of self-esteem for men and older generations, language dilution and local community.