The Hunt Is On

November 2009
Conde Nast Traveler;Nov2009, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p65
The article offers insights on planning a safari. It notes that there are many lodges and camps for tourists in Africa. It emphasizes that a travel agent specializing in safaris is the only one who could help in developing an itinerary that suits one's preferences. Tourists, however, are advised to bring a pair of binoculars with good quality and camera equipped with a powerful telephoto lens.


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