It has become a topic for discussion. Last week a tourist fell from a Gypsy in the core area of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) during a safari. This has raised concern about the use of safety norms and regulations by guides and drivers in jungles.
While some wildlife enthusiasts are suggesting that TATR management should use two-way car dash cameras in Gypsies there are others who believe that may hamper eco-tourism.
An expert told The Live Nagpur that the camera recordings will help authorities to find the exact cause of such incidents and help in improving discipline among tourists, guides, and drivers. He said that similar technologies should be used for the protection of visitors.
Sources in the forest department seemed to agree with the idea of fitting cameras as they have GPS fitted in it.