In wildness is the preservation of the world,” wrote Henry David Thoreau over 150 years ago. For the past 24 years designing African safaris, we’ve heard this sentiment restated in countless ways by our returning travelers whose views of the world and its creatures are forever altered on safari in some of the world’s wildest places. In this issue, we’re excited to share two of these firsthand experiences: Bushtracks traveler and Stanford professor Susan McConnell writes about her connection to Africa’s lions in a moving photo-essay on page 16, while eight-time Bushtracks traveler and photographer Shirley Sanderson offers her tips for photographing gorillas, considered one of the most profound wildlife interactions, on page 40.
If the “why” of travel to Africa has already been answered for you, you’ll find eight great answers to the question of “where” in the following pages where you’ll find destinations to everywhere from A (Amboseli) to Z (Zanzibar). Remember, all of these safaris are custom-built to your dates and number of travelers, so give us a call at 1-800-995-8689 to begin planning your adventure of a lifetime.
Sincerely, Bushtracks Expeditions
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The first version of this article was posted on 19 Sep 2014 at 1:54 PM.