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The Best Safaris in Africa Kindle Edition
|Length: 76 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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As mentioned above I am only a armchair traveller.
I have heard of a number of the sites mentioned, some in detail , some briefly.
The sites are in East Africa, Central Africa and Southern Africa along with Madagasar
This guide introduces the sites in alphabetic order.
If briefly describes the site and how large it is, and what you are likely to in the way of animals.birds and other objects of interest
It mentions 4by 4 drives, River tours and other water tours and aircraft flights.the are entails on weather ( wet and dray season.)
Some brief details on accommodation are given
It has a good set of photos, nothing out of the ordinary, but good to see
From the author's description you may be able to narrow down where you want to go and when. His descriptions give you a feel for what you are likely to see in each of the 24 selected sites.
Some offer fairly similar viewing in terms of animals etc but if you are after say Gorillas then the choice is small.
He mentions at times is permits are needed and whether you need to get them early.
It depends on what you want to see. In a number of areas you can see many species of animal, in others you may mainly see elephants or some other species..
There is no map and no index and from memory you have to keep turning the pages till you find what you are after.-- this is a short book.
I for one learn a lot for reading it.
It is worth considering if you are planning on going on Safari.