You Are About To Fall In Love … With Africa And The Call Of The Wild … Here’s The Last Safari Guide You’ll Ever Need”

One time on safari, I discovered that elephants love Pringles.

I was at the wildlife preserve of Ngorongoro, Tanzania. This place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a volcanic crater that’s almost as big as the entire Republic of Malta!

It’s also a wild paradise, teeming with lions, black rhinos, hippos, and thousands of zebras and wildebeest. One evening, our camp was visited by an elephant who wanted to drink from the camp’s water supply.

We couldn’t believe our luck – until the elephant smelled a box of Pringles and tried stealing it. Ultimately, he couldn’t open that bag, but he did trample my friend Maureen’s bag, and her iPhone in it!

And that’s how we learned an important lesson – do not carry anything fancy in your safari bag. It’s a mistake that Maureen will never make again.

I want to share my safari lessons with you, so that you don’t have to learn them the hard way and lose your new iPhone, or even your secret stash of Pringles!

Since you’re reading this, I know that you dream of an unforgettable adventure in Africa’s untamed wilderness. You want to see lions, elephants and rhinos – not to mention all the colorful birds that dot the landscape like gemstones.

You want to take a break from everyday life and have the vacation of a lifetime!

Unfortunately, it’s all too easy to ruin your trip with simple, easily avoided mistakes. I’ve seen too many safari enthusiasts mess up their own vacation plans by making naive, innocent mistakes.

These errors have made them sick, stopped them from clicking pictures and led to awkward toilet mishaps!

But that isn’t even the worst of it … The real tragedy is that all these mishaps could have been avoided easily!

For instance … did you know that you can protect yourself from insect bites – and fevers – simply by changing the color of your clothing? This simple tip can mean the difference between … watching lions stalk zebras in the grass, and spending your vacation in an emergency clinic!

The predator you want to see – and the one you don’t want to!

Think about it … you may spend thousands of dollars on a safari in Africa. Do you want to risk ruining the memorable vacation of your life with one unpleasant experience that you can avoid easily?

I do not mean to scare you off planning a visit to this marvelous continent. Words can never do justice to Africa’s pristine beauty, its colorful landscapes, rich cultures and friendly people.

Where else can you see the world’s biggest animals, its most beautiful waterfalls, and endless, untamed wilderness? Africa is a land where time stands still.

Trust me, if you haven’t been to Africa, you have a lot to look forward to!

And I want to do all I can to make sure that you have a wonderful time when you visit Africa.

You see, I was raised in Africa. This is my home.

I also have another home in Belgium. I know what it’s like to be a traveler like you.

Jambo! (Hello!) My name is Michaël Theys. I’ve lived and traveled in Africa for over 23 years. My travels have taken me to the savannah of Kenya and Tanzania, the game reserves of South Africa, the natural wonders of Zambia, and the rainforests of Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

When I’m not exploring Africa, I run, the world’s #1 community for Africa enthusiasts.

When I first started traveling, I was curious yet clueless. Eager and naive. And I have made every traveler mistake imaginable.

I have also had more incredible experiences than I can count, and learned many lifelong lessons.

I want to share these lessons with you, so that you do not make common mistakes that most of us do on a first African safari.

There's No Place Like Africa!

Africa inspires strong passions in the human soul. People from every corner of the world have come here, fallen in love with the land, and now call it home.

Where else in the world can you drive out of a teeming city and come face to face with lions, zebras and towering giraffes? Or find wild ostriches and penguins in the same country? (I’m talking about South Africa).

This is Nairobi Park. Each safari is unique and you’ll learn how.

Nothing captures the African experience better than safaris. In Kenya and Tanzania, you witness millions of wildebeest and zebras moving across two countries, as if powered by a single mind. In Namibia, the world’s fastest animal stalks the deserts.

In South Africa, you can be in an idyllic coastal town like any you’d find in Europe or North America, and be tracking the Big Five the next day. When you are bored of Land Cruisers, you can explore Africa in a houseboat in Botswana. Or soar above the savannah in a hot air balloon. On safari, there are no limits on what’s possible!

You can have the time of your life in Africa … if you take some commonsense precautions.

Here’s the real challenge, though …

The place where you live is very different from the African savannah, rainforest or even an African city. Africa is special … and different from anywhere you’ve traveled before. The ‘rules’ of Africa are different.

And in my years of traveling across Africa, I have seen tourists make simple mistakes that soured their experience.

I don’t want that to happen to you.

I do not want you to plan for your safari for months, save up for years, only to have it ruined by something silly in a day – like an out-of-order ATM machine or a mosquito bite.

Which is why I have written the ultimate guide to safaris in Africa. This e-book is jam-packed with information that can make your vacation safer, more enjoyable and more fulfilling.

I’m calling it “The Practical A-Z Guide To Going On A Safari!”

In a moment, I’ll tell you why.

The Practical A-Z Guide To Going On A Safari is a no-nonsense e-book that doesn’t beat around the (African) bush. There is no ‘fluff’ in this e-book – you’ll find more fluff on an ostrich’s head!

I’ve packed it with tons of practical, useful tips … and gone one step further!

To make it even easier for you to remember these tips, I’ve arranged them by the alphabet.

So every time you run a mental checklist, all you have to do is recite the alphabet, and voilà! Every little precaution, gadget or rule of thumb you need is at your fingertips, memorized before you know it!

Clever, isn’t it?!

“5 Stars!”

“The A-Z Safari Guide is a must-have for anyone looking to explore the African continent. Expert Michael Theys takes you through everything from health and safety to culture and language, accessories and travel to how to make the most of your safari. This guide will fully prepare you for the greatest adventure of your lifetime, 5 stars!”

* Chad Wright, Owner at Best of Africa

What This E-Book is Worth

Imagine that you just spent $8,000 booking a safari for two. You arrive at the Serengeti, brimming with excitement … and then you’re bit by a malarial mosquito or a tsetse fly.

Instead of driving around on the savannah watching the Great Wildebeest Migration, you’re lying in bed for two weeks, popping pills and cursing your fate. That’s $8,000 down the drain!

What if I offered you not one, but three invaluable tips that can protect you from the bite of the tsetse fly? These are my personal, battle-tested recommendations, based on living in Africa for over 23 years.

My proven bug-busting strategies can make the difference between you lying under the starlit African sky, and lying in a hospital bed in Nairobi. My advice can help you get every cent’s worth out of your $8,000 spend. So how much is this e-book worth to you?

Here’s another scenario …

Imagine that you land in Johannesburg with an arsenal of cameras. DSLR, telephoto lenses, GoPro’s – you’ve got it all. You even have a plug converter! But when you arrive at your lodge, you discover that the system in South Africa is very different from your home country.

You cannot recharge your batteries and you’re four hours away from the nearest town. You spend your safari watching elephants bathing in the river, lion cubs playing, a cheetah chasing a gazelle – but no photographs to take these memories home.

You can’t put a price on being able to record something you’ll see only once in your life. In The Practical A-Z Guide To Going On Safari, I’ll explain how you can avoid such a tragedy.

These tips are priceless. How much will you pay to learn them and have the vacation of a lifetime?

How much is it worth to you to know what kind of bags are most useful in a Land Cruiser? How you can avoid falling sick in your car? How you can choose the right kind of binoculars?

If you’re thinking, “Wow. I’ve never thought of this before, then you’re right. The reason is that other guides tell you about safari destinations. But no other guide or travel website ever talks about these practical problems.

“He's thought of everything!”

“I just finished reading Michael Theys’ “Practical A-Z Guide To Going on Safari”. What a great read … I guarantee you won’t need another resource once you have this book in hand … He’s thought of everything! … Thanks Michael for putting into writing everything I would be telling my clients about their planning! You did it for me!”

* Kay Trotman, (AKA ‘Safari’ Kay), President at Destined To Travel, LLC

Here’s what you’ll discover in The Practical A-Z Guide To Going On Safari

  • Three simple tools that can turn an average travel experience into an amazing one!
  • You know the baggage fees for your international flight, but what about your travel in Africa? Avoid extra baggage fees at the airport and a miserable vacation. These tips alone are worth far more than the price of this e-book!
  • Insider secrets of managing your money in Africa. Where to use your cards, how much cash to carry, and how to keep it safe.
  • One small piece of equipment that keeps your camera working on the safari. Miss this, and you might return with no photos at all!
  • Three simple accessories that can save your life in the outdoors! This isn’t just for Africa!
  • What vaccinations you’ll need – and how to protect yourself from bugs.

Wait, there's more!

  • Bonus: Your guide to choosing the perfect binoculars for your safari!
  • Nothing in your country will ever prepare you for mischievous, marauding baboons! I’ll share my secret plans for dealing with them!
  • Five colors that you can wear on your safari – and two colors you absolutely must avoid!
  • The Great Wildebeest Migration is the greatest show on Earth, but in the vast Serengeti landscape, it can be easy to miss! I’ll tell you when and where you can be in the thick of action!

… And there’s even more!

  • Are you buying heavy-duty boots for your safari? STOP! I’ll tell you why they are a bad idea – and what kind of footwear you should use instead.
  • You have many bags of luggage, but you can’t bring them all into a Land Cruiser! I’ll tell you what you MUST carry – and what kind of bags to store it in!
  • Yes, there are toilets in the bush. But the experience is … shall we say, different? I’ll be telling you what you need to pack to avoid awkward situations in the john.
  • Ever wondered how much you should tip on the safari? Wonder no more …
  • Safari doesn’t have to be you sitting for hours in a jeep! I’ll share my personal tips for having a memorable safari by air, in a boat, or even on a hot-air balloon!

“This book will answer all your burning questions”

“Michael Theys gives advice ranging from Accessories (think pen knife, binoculars and camera) through Malaria meds and Sun protection to Vaccinations and Visas and even catching some Zzzzs … If you’ve never been on safari before and don’t know what to expect or to pack, this book will answer all your burning questions - and even some you didn’t know you should have asked.”

* Roxanne Reid, African Travel Writer

You’ll Never Guess How Much You’re Getting This For!

So, you’re planning a safari in Africa for two. It will be at least a week long, and you’re saving up around $7,000 – not including air tickets. But this will be your first visit to Africa (first of many, I hope!) and you’re understandably nervous.

And all you need is a final checklist for anything you might have overlooked. Advice that you won’t find in a Lonely Planet guide. Insider tips from a seasoned traveler that can make all the difference to your safari experience.

Take a wild guess – how much does The Practical A-Z Guide To Going On Safari cost?


No. Guess again …

1% of your $7,000 expense - $70?

No, try again …

How about HALF PERCENT of your $7,000 safari expense? $35?

No … even lower!



Okay, I’ll end the suspense …

You can have The Practical A-Z Guide To Going On Safari for …

Only $9.97!

That’s less than what you spend on coffee at Starbucks!

Less than even a bottle of sunscreen for your open-jeep safari!

Only $9.97!

Why am I offering this incredible safari guide for such a low price?

Because, more than anything, I want you to experience the splendor of the African continent.

I love Africa with a passion. And I do not want your experience of this exceptional place to be ruined by a minor, easily avoided mishap.

I’ve had the privilege of being raised in Africa. I have traveled this continent for over 23 years and living my dream life. I know how lucky I am.

And I want you to experience this too! It’s why I wrote The Practical A-Z Guide To Going On Safari, and am offering it for next to nothing!

Get The Practical A-Z Guide To Going On Safari today for a low-low price! When you’re starting your safari adventure, you’ll be glad to have it by your side!

Only $9.97!

Safari Njema, Rafiki! (Have A Safe Journey, My Friend!).

Your friend,

Michaël Theys

P. S. Did you know that in Swahili, the word ‘safari’ means ‘long journey’? This can be the start of a “long journey” for you – a lifelong, never-ending addiction to happiness.

Safaris have gifted me the most memorable experiences of my life. And now I want to share this joy with you.

You are about to take your first steps toward a new, more beautiful life. Claim your copy now, and buckle up for the adventure of your life!

Only $9.97!

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