Theodore Roosevelt popularized it; Ernest Hemingway fictionalized it; Karen Blixen romantized it. It is a trophy everyone wants to capture once in a lifetime.
Safari is a word packed with romance and adventure, conjuring up images of migrating hers and snow-capped mountains, sounds of thundering waterfalls and invisible predators, smells of campfires and canvas, feeling of camaraderie and adventures. True to Pliny’s statement “Out of Africa… always something new’, inspiring 21st-century interactions are presented to you by Nomad Chic shared by contacts developed over the decades of work in Africa. Social entrepreneurs, wildlife conservationists and outlying artists help you balance the experience of stepping back in time with a chance ‘pay it forward’ by lending a helping hand, for example, at an animal orphanage or a Maasai women’s beading center.
Ernest Hemingway, “The Green Hills of Africa
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