Making an African Safari Adventure Possible is My Mission!
For those who think it’s an impossible mission to go on an African safari adventure, I’m here to let you know that this mission impossible IS possible. Just like one can have a wealth mindset the same can be said for having an adventure mindset.
Making an African Safari possible is MY mission. My mission is a big step to a world-class adventure.
Why Should You Attend Our Next African Safari Presentation
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Published on Youtube on Jan 25, 2018
Kay Trotman, President of Destined to Travel, a world traveler, specializing in African Safaris would appreciate your presence at her Safari Night presentation. It is your time to ask questions that may be haunting you, i.e., is it safe, what do you eat? where do you stay? how big are your groups?
You’ll find out why GREAT African Safaris may be a thing of the past in the next few years, as wildlife populations decline on a daily basis…
If you’d like a recommendation to speak with someone who has gone, I’m happy to provide you with that information. Visit her Destined To Travel site and contact her from there.
Note: This is a guest post by Safari Kay. I have personally gone on more than one African Safari with Safari Kay. They were great safaris filled with unexpected adventures. See my African Safari Misadventures.
It’s the time when you sit back and relax in your arm chair and watch Discovery Channel, Animal Planet or National Geographic to tune into your favorite wildlife adventure shows.
Many of you have done armchair safaris in your life. I did too before I started actually doing the real thing. What’s an armchair safari, you ask?
You see on those shows, things that happen on the plains of Africa, can be beyond your wildest imagination.
It happens. It transcends you the place where it is happening and you wonder what it’s like. Is it real?
Safari Kay herself has been on over 50 African Safaris. She’s been to the ten or so countries where African Safaris are held. She’s visited and stayed at many of the hotels, lodges, camps and other places safari goers stay.
Who actually goes on African Safaris?
Do only reporters and professional photographers go, in order to bring you the story, the photos? I’m sure those things cross your mind when you are watching. What’s it like to see that in person.How is the person behind the camera feeling.
How long did he have to stay there to catch that shot? All of those things must go through the minds of the person watching the action on your television.
I know I’ve thought it many times. Many of you have watched Out of Africa, or I Dreamed of Africa or Hatari….all big screen movies that take place in Africa. It had to make you wonder, how did they film that?
Was it real, did they create it, or is that what it’s really like? I know I wondered.
Again, is it something that exists only on screen or in your imagination? – Do you believe that it is not something you would ever experience? And is it because you don’t want to or you think it’s impossible?
As you know by now if you think it’s impossible, you would be wrong. An African safari in Tanzania or anywhere else doesn’t have to only exist in your imagination. It can be a reality – YOUR reality.
Are African Safaris suitable for Average people?
Destined To Travel has made what was once thought impossible, possible. As the owner of Destined To Travel, I’ve escorted many groups to all parts of Africa for them to enjoy the sights, sounds, and wildlife that is available for their viewing pleasure.
They can take photos or movies to show on their own screen. I’ve been, myself over 50 times. These African safaris where I take visitors are designed for your average working households. So yes, average working people can enjoy the adventure and excitement of an African Safari.
The cost is far less than most believe. We strive to keep it that way. So far our rates have continued to bring those of you who think it’s impossible, to join our groups.
Our May group is the most economical.
It often fills up immediately after it’s announced. This is one of the better seasons for safaris.
My Main Driver and I Created our Own Personalized Safaris
In 2010, I partnered with Paul Panga, a wildlife safari guide and driver with over 25 years of experience and an excellent driver-guide in his own right. Together we started creating our own personalized safaris.
Using our own newly purchased vehicles, we set out to offer one of the most personalized safaris you will ever experience.
Our groups are small, generally twelve or less, unless you bring your own group. We know that it isn’t always easy to please everyone, but between us, we surely do try.
We have a lot of repeat business, and we go to great lengths to provide you with an experience, you could only get with a small, independent, experienced company.
Unlike most safari company owners, I almost always travel with the groups I have. That way they get the benefit of my knowledge and their African safari becomes a more personal experience. For more information contact Safari Kay at Destined To Travel.
About the Author
By Safari Kay an adventurer who has been to Africa on Safari over 70 times.
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African Safari Misadventures