6 ways to experience an African safari from outside your Land Rover

In Kiswahili, the lingua franca of East Africa, safari means ’journey’, practically any kind of extended trip beyond your doorstep. The word itself is borrowed from Arabic safariyah of the same meaning, and for most travelers, safari is associated with dusty roads of savanna and hours spent in a 4WD, with binoculars and a huge camera lens around your neck, hunting for a spectacular scene of a lion…

6 ways to experience an African safari from outside your Land Rover

In Kiswahili, the lingua franca of East Africa, safari means ’journey’, practically any kind of extended trip beyond your doorstep. The word itself is borrowed from Arabic safariyah of the same meaning, and for most travelers, safari is associated with dusty roads of savanna and hours spent in a 4WD, with binoculars and a huge camera lens around your neck, hunting for a spectacular scene of a lion…