The splendors of Africa have captivated travelers for centuries, and Nat Hab’s passion for and long history of travel on the continent attest to Africa’s continuing allure. As the world begins to open up again, and we can see a future where the safari industry is once again thriving, such an experience naturally rises to the top of many explorers’ life lists. Yet Africa is an enormous landmass with astounding breadth and variation in its natural landscapes and legendary wildlife spectacles. Where to start, when you’re contemplating a safari? Court Whelan is here to help, showcasing four distinct safaris that are sure to intersect with your potential interests. Learn about mountain gorilla trekking in Uganda (which also features a multitude of classic African game on its Rift Valley savannas); the Great Migration of 1.5 million wildebeest with an accompanying cast of zebra, gazelle and predators in neighboring Kenya; Botswana’s Okavango Delta, teeming with wildlife, and Victoria Falls in adjacent Zambia; and in stark contrast, the vast deserts of Namibia, home to uniquely adapted wildlife that have learned to thrive in these arid environs. You’re sure to come away with a safari plan...or several!
Originally presented March 30, 2021
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