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African safaris are one of most thrilling, inspiring and adventurous types of travel still left in the world. The wildlife is second to none with large abundance of many different species including the large herds of herbivores and the predators that closely follow.
With the impacts of urbanisation and global warming it may become quite a rare site to see an ecosystem and wilderness in the not too distant future. By heading on a safari you will help governments, conservationists and parks continue their work to help keep this delicate eco-system balanced and intact.
Whether you visit Kruger National Park or trek the jungles of Rwanda, you are sure to have a great time and no doubt a life changing experience.
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For some it’s just the magic of how eco-systems work, for others it’s the wildlife, particularly the ‘Big Five’ and the culture that Africa as a whole continent has to offer.
Who am I?
My name is Daniel Hardie, author of this eBlog and related website Nothing But Adventure.
I passionately enjoy both travel and adventure, I love exploring new things, having new experiences and meeting like-minded people along the way.
An African Safari is a combination of travel, adventure, history, wildlife and culture which is why I was inspired to write this eBlog.
Please also feel free to connect with me at Nothing But Adventure… just do a search for Nothing But Adventure on Faceblog, Twitter or even for the website.
If you are interesting in the wildlife portion then I have also written an eBlog called World Wildlife Adventures which is about all sorts of wildlife tours around the world.
Other travel and adventure guides include Backpacker Europe, Why Sailing, Fun Outdoor Activities and my portfolio of eBlogs continues to grow, so keep your eye open for more to come.
In the meantime I hope that you do make a trip out to Africa and get to witness one of these amazing safari experiences, you won’t regret it. So until then…