Responsible community-based tourism models tend to have a direct impact on wildlife
My first memories of a safari are in the Churna range of Bori Wildlife Sanctuary in the early 1990s. I was a little boy, barely five years old. The safaris of those days were nothing like what we experience today. Tourism wasn't formally an activity carried out in the Bori Sanctuary. Permissions were taken from the DFO and we had to set out in our Gypsy with a trailer full of supplies to last us for the next week.