Africa's Top Wildlife Countries: Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia & Zimbabwe : Also Including Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, R. Congo, Mauritius and Seychelles Islands

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Global Travel Publishers, Incorporated, 2012 - Travel - 640 pages
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Africa's Top Wildlife Countries highlights and compares wildlife reserves and other major attractions in the continent’s best countries for game viewing – making the planning of the journey of a lifetime easy! African countries, and the wildlife reserves within them, vary greatly as to the types and quality of safari experiences they offer. This is the only guidebook that effectively assists travelers in choosing the best destinations for the kind of wildlife experience they would most enjoy by comparing travel options among all the top wildlife countries.

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User Review  - Fred Shahrooz - Goodreads

Good practical guide to African safaris. I especially like the glossy pictures , the maps and insider tips. On the downside, even though the edition I purchased was published in 2012, there are parts of the book that are clearly outdated. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Mark W. Nolting has had the pleasure to explore and research the African continent for over 30 years. He expanded his passion for Africa into a successful tour company called the Africa Adventure Company, now celebrating its 25th Anniversary.

For the past eight years Condé Nast Traveler magazine has listed him as one of the top Africa Specialists in the world. He has also been listed as one of the top Africa Specialists on Earth by National Geographic Adventurer Magazine and is featured on Travel & Leisure’s A-List.

He has sent thousands of travelers on safari. It is his personal experience plus that of his staff and trip reports from thousands of travelers that he has sent on safari that makes the information in his books so useful and accurate.

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