Jambo rafiki.

Karibuni. (Welcome)

Make some noise for Safari Tips 101Tips and tricks for your African safari. I am both delighted and excited to share it with you. Whether you are a total safari newbie or someone in love with African nature and its wonderful safari destinations, I am confident that you will find this resource extremely useful.

The safari tips guide is unique in so many ways:

  1. It provides valuable information from a very broad perspective, and focuses on things such as where to go, what to do, what to bring, etc.
  2. Also has specific sections dedicated to areas like photography, game walks, voluntourism, gorilla trekking, and so much more! A great tool to use when planning your holidays.
  3. It is fantastically illustrated.
  4. MOST OF ALL, the document offers tips from safari experts: real experts!

Indeed, what you are about to read was put together by a bunch of incredible characters from various backgrounds and with distinct areas of expertise within the business.

I would like to express my deepest GRATITUDE to the following people, as without them I wouldn’t have been able to put this together.

Acknowledgements go to: Sara Brown (The Best of Zambia), Kerry de Bruyn (KerrydeBruyn.com), Mark Gunn (Ecotraining), Sebastian Hermanns (Travel Comments), Anne Huysman (Ontdek Kenya Safaris), Hakon Kavli (The Africa Travel Blog), Siobhán Kindness (tion London), Johan Knols (Plan Your Safari), Michelle Lewis (Acacia Africa), Heidi Podjavorsek (African Travel Inc.), Sandy Salle (Hills of Africa), and Gerry van der Walt (Wild Eye). Huge thumbs up to them all!

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Enjoy! 😉

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