Monday, January 22, 2007

Afro Trek Safety Briefing #2

Safari Briefing – Safety 2

The open safari vehicle does provide a surprising degree of protection. You will be amazed at how close you can get to a lion. Your safari guide will try to get the best setting for your photos and videos. You only leave the vehicle with your guides’ permission.

Predators like lion and hyena are always a concern. Too many accidents happen because the big animals are territorial or protecting their young. Hippos are the most dangerous. They can change from grazing to charge mode surprisingly quickly. Cape Buffalo can be very skittish and mean spirited.

Listen to you guides’ guidance. Also, listen to his stories around the campfire at night. The information can save your life.

2 comments:

Fernando Olmos said...

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livin' in botswana¡¡
it's the 1st time i see a blog from botswana

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bye from chile,
fernando.

Delta Dave said...

For more general information on Botswana, check out the 'Maun, Botswana Blog' at http://the-ngami-times-blog.wikispaces.com

Nice to have a reader from Chile.