Mike Nesbitt, president of African Safari Company & Expeditions, africansafarico.com, Chris, and Jerry talk about the ins and outs of going on an African safari. About everything you need to know to plan the African safari you want is here. We talk about how much in advance you need to book your safari, times of year to visit to ensure the experience you want, seeing gorillas, accommodations and lodges, prices, should you take your children, how long to stay, and many other specific topics which you need to assist you for your African safari travel plans.
Do not visit Peru and Tanzania without listening to Robin Paschall of Adventures Within Reach, Chris, and Jerry discuss these two exciting destinations. Along with the basic facts, often unknown and fascinating insights are given such as where the best beaches are located in Zanzibar, the different accommodation options such as lodges and permanent and mobile tented camps in the Serengeti, unique cultural experience of visiting the Hadza Bushmen in Tanzania, cooking with the locals in Cuzco, visiting Lake Titicaca, talking about the various Inca Trails, and when is the worst time to visit Peru and Tanzania. This show will greatly assist you in your planning stage to make the best decisions for a fabulous vacation.
Listen to this program for a taste of truly one of the world’s most fascinating and unique countries, Ethiopia. This amazing, historical, naturally beautiful country, once known as Abyssinia, is discussed by Janet Moore, founder of Distant Horizons. The fascinating towns of Axum, Bahir Dar, Gondar, Lalibela and Addis Ababa are explored along with rafting the Omo River and the Semien Mountains.
Madagascar, one of the world’s most unique, adventurous, fascinating and exciting countries, is the topic for Megan Bryant, Director of Indian Ocean Islands for Cox and Kings USA. We discuss best locations, best time to visit, suggested first and additional time itineraries, safety, food, means of transportation, local culture and people, flora, fauna, lemurs and many other topics are discussed to make your trip to one of the most bio-diversifed areas of the world more enjoyable.
Diving to see the Great White shark and elephant, horse and camel bush safaris are just two of the many topics discussed with guest, Chris Bradshaw, President of Wild Africa Safaris. Cruising the East African coast in dhows, walking and interacting with lions and cheetahs, gorilla and other primate viewing, canoeing, kayaking and rafting various rated rivers and other adventure ideas are explored to greatly enhance your Africa visit.
Peter Grubb, founder and president of ROW Inc, joins Chris and Jerry to explore fascinating Algeria. Always popular with the French, this exciting country is just beginning to be discovered by the rest of the world as a cultural, historical, scenic and phenomenal experience. Times to go, ways to visit, accommodations, topography, mandatory sites to see and many other topics are discussed to make your Algerian visit complete.
Great to have Chris Bradshaw of Wild Africa Safaris as a repeat guest. Chris, Jerry and he spend an hour discussing the wonderful experiences possible in South Africa, Namibia, Mozambique, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia. Overlanding, air safaris, various types of private and national park game reserves, time to go, cultural experiences and many other topics are explored. Definitely, this show is a must for any first-time and repeat southern Africa traveler.
Listen as Chris and special guest co-host Cheryl Taylor talk about visiting Egypt. Cheryl talks about some of her previous experiences in Egypt and gives some tips while visiting Egypt.
Chris Bradshaw, President of Wild Africa Safari, alongside Chris and Jerry give critical information about traveling to this dark and exciting continent. Many interesting topics including best time of year, ways to travel, places to stay, safety and unique ideas for the area are discussed. Most of the program is spent on West, East and Southern Africa and is made even more interesting with Chris’s many years of living and exploring the area.
Irma Turtle, founder of TurtleWill, along with Chris and Jerry discuss an ever-increasing popular and important travel trend. This humanitarian non-profit organization takes volunteers and medical and construction staff to Ethiopia, Mali and Niger to make a difference in the lives of the nomadic tribes. Their motto: Making the world a better place where people can preserve their traditions and retain their dignity” says it all.