Subscribe to the Safari Track newsletter to get valuable advice and insights for your own Africa trip by reading about previous safaris submitted by independant travellers.
The e-zine informs you when new safari journals are available. So why would this be of interest to you?
If you are planning a safari it will give you a great idea of what safaris are like in general and what wildlife you can expect to see. And the journals are written and photographed by people who have been on safari in Africa so the information is independent and unbiased.
It will give you a specific impression of that safari and what to expect from it. You may already have an African area and safari company in mind and the new review may be about exactly the safari you are interested in. It's like having your next door neighbour come back from a safari, drop in for a visit and chat to you about it.
If you are a wildlife enthusiast, you will appreciate the stunning photos and stories that the African safari trip reports consist of.
This is what you can expect from the newsletter, which is sent out on a monthly basis:
Information about anything that's new on the site. I continuously add new tips, articles and functionalities to the site to help you plan the perfect safari, and I let you know about it via the newsletter.
New journals/trip reports and reviews that have been added to the site.
Wild news and stories - about anything and everything relating to African wildlife and safaris. It could be a tip off about a special offer on a safari trip, or a story about our most recent visit to the Kruger National Park.
The chance to win a dream guided safari in the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
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Since "Safari Track" is written for you, you should have your say about what you want in it. So, drop me a line with any requests - is there something missing in the e-zine? Or do you have a story of your own you'd like to share with the other readers? Let me know!