A walking safari is not for the fainthearted September 5, 2014
Rhino Africa Safaris (www.rhinoafrica.com) is a travel company which brings over 15 000 guests to Africa each year. Here is their review and photographic account of their rhino walking safari and stay at Rhino Post and Plains Tented Camp in the Kruger National Park published on “My Trip”.
With the help of consultant, Landy Kent-Miller, our clients Eric and Conny Claassen headed out on safari to Rhino Post and Plains Tented Camp in a private concession in the wilderness of Kruger. Game viewing in such concessions is nothing but spectacular, with lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo roaming freely. To get as close as possible to the creatures big and small, the Claassens embarked on a walking safari, which Eric says, “is really the way to experience wildlife (not for the fainthearted).”
Take a look at some of the photos Eric took while on foot with the Big 5.
Thank you to Conny and Eric for sharing their magical photos with us! We look forward to welcoming you to Africa again soon…