Amazing African Safari Books  : The amazing African safari books are great guidelines that makes you to get exact feeling of  what the African nature is all about including the various activities that are carried out by the tourists on a safari to Africa, the African safari books also gets you to ready read and be sure of the dream land safari destination, rather let yourself be whisked away by these memoirs and the fiction inspired by the land of safari, choose the best safari book to Africa it will get you to the right destination while on Kenya wildlife Tours.

The best African safari books.

The elephant Whisper; learning about life, loyalty and freedom from a remarkable herd of elephants, by Lawrence Anthony and Graham Spence.

The south African conservationist Lawrence Anthony writes on the experience accepting a herd of rogue elephants on his reserve in Thula Thula, the herd had escaped from the reserves before, and this was their  last chance of survival, but when the mother died the baby was not easy to be taken by Lawrence. However much equal parts laugh out loud funny and incredibly moving moments, the book is such amazing that explains life on the reserves as a great and huge information about the elephants and other Kenya wildlife this is such a great one that gives the tourist an interesting to prepare a safari because of the place.

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The elephant Whisper

Born Free; The Full Story by Joy Adamson.

There are three books in the ‘Born Free’ trilogy that has the most attractive information about the wildlife conservation, and it is very important to read and you arrange your safari under all age groups. The book has got the most beautiful pictures and also with the safari-related film that is translated into several languages and made into an Academy Award winning 1966 film of the same name, where by the first book of Joy Adamson tells you the Joy’s story how she acted as the mother to the orphaned young lion named Elsa, she stayed with the cub like for three years and that’s how the cub survived in the environment, and after time Joy released Elsa in the grasslands of Kenya to discover the new real life.

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Don’t Run (True Tales of Botswana safari Guide) By Peter Allison.

Whatever you do, don’t run is a hilarious collection of the true tales from top safari guide Peter Allison, in a place where the wrong behavior could get you eaten. Allison survived face-to-face encounters with the big cats, angry elephants, and the world’s most unpredictable animals that is herds of untamed tourists and foolhardy guides whose outrageous antics sometimes make them even more dangerous than a pride of a hungry lions. WHATEVER YOU DO, DON’T RUN takes you to where the wild things introduces you to a place where every day is a new adventure after discovering and exploring a lot.

Collected African stories (Volume 1and Volume 2) by Doris Lessing.

 Doris Lessing might have been a British she was a Nobel Prize winning author that lived for 25 years on a farm in Rhodesia but later popped in Zimbabwe and campaigned against Apartheid in South Africa, and her stories were put in this book others from The Old Chief’s Country and four tales from her book Five. It explains a fascinating critique of Africa that she lived in, from the relationship between the British colonials and the native people to the African wildlife that she encountered with every day.

 There much acclaimed collection of the stories vividly evokes both the grandeur of Africa and the glare of its sun and the wide open space, as well as the great, irresolvable tensions between whites and blacks. Tales of poor white farmers and their lonely wives, of storm air thick with locusts, of ants and pomegranate trees, black servants and the year of hunger in a native village, all combine to present a powerful image of the continent that seems incorruptible in spite of all the people who plough, in and plunder it to make their living. Then Doris Lessing in her own words said that ‘’Africa gives you the knowledge that man is a small creature, and in among other creatures, in a large landscape, Amazing African Safari Books .

Cry of the Kalahari by Mark and Delia Owens.

Cry of the Kalahari is an autobiographical book detailing two young American zoologists, Mark and Delia Owens and their experience to study wildlife in the Kalahari desert in Botswana in the mid 1970’s is the personal story of the Owens’ encounters with these and myriad of carnivores of the Kalahari desert of other animals and depicts their own struggle to live and work in a such an inhospitable and unforgiving environment. Cry of the Kalahari the area had no conservation policies and an increasingly endangered African wildlife. Author. Mark and Delia Owens. Language.

This book explains how they survived seven years in the wilderness, plus details of their research and the most incredible creatures they encountered like the hyenas, lions, jackals, lizards and many others.

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Cry of the Kalahari by Mark and Delia Owens.

Authour. Mark and Delia Owens

Genre  . Authobiography, Zoology, Wildlife.

Publication date. 1984.

Language. English.

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