The New Safaris: More Animals, More Conservation, More Engagement

The New Safaris: More Animals, More Conservation, More Engagement
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The African safari continues to evolve, branching out to appeal to a broader variety of travelers. Big-game hunters are still out there, but for most people an African safari long ago came to mean photographing the continent’s iconic native animals in their natural habitat, usually from the seat of a Jeep on daily drives along well-traveled routes. Today, travelers on safari can depart from that beaten path to be more active, see a greater variety of wildlife, take part in conservation efforts and engage with local communities.