The Best African Safari – Tips From An Obsessive Planner is published to assist people in planning their perfect African Safari and answer the questions most ask when planning their bucket list trip to Africa
Infinite Safari Adventures owner Alan Feldstein has announced the publication of his E-Book The Best African Safari – Tips From An Obsessive Planner. The book, based on Feldstein’s 15 years of traveling to Africa and arranging safaris for a vast array of clients, contains a wealth of information and answers to the common questions he has been asked over the years. Designed to be an easy resource for people as they begin to plan their lifetime adventure to Africa, it addresses the questions people should be asking in preparing for a safari.
Feldstein has traveled Africa extensively in the East, West and Southern parts of the continent and has done most of the things that people want to do including climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, tracking Gorillas and Chimps, witnessing the Great Migration, scuba diving, snorkeling with dolphins and of course viewing extraordinary wildlife. Feldstein and his ground partner were also the first people to ever kayak off the coast of Tanzania.
“I am very excited to share my experience with others,” says Feldstein. “Today, most people begin their search on the Internet. The information out there can be overwhelming. I have had people call me in tears because they don’t know what to believe or not to believe. This book was created to not only answer the common questions everyone asks but how to choose the right safari and safari company for you. I wish I had had this resource when I planned my first safari.”
Proceeds from the sale of this E-Book goes to Infinite Safari Adventures “giving back” programs which includes building a well for the Maasai in Kenya and supporting the Cheetah Conservation Fund of which Feldstein is on the Board of Trustees. However, on February 7 & 8, the E-Book will be available for a free download as part of Infinite Safari Adventures participation in the Boston Globe Travel Show.
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