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All You Need To Know About African Safari Hunting

You probably have at least one activity that sends chills of excitement up your spine. It could be that youíre a big fan of sports, or that you really love the thrill of skydiving or bungee jumping. What about base jumping? Thatís for real risk takers. Or thereís always race car driving at nearly triple the average speed limit. Regardless of what excites you, you probably love it for the sheer joy and thrill of doing something that gets your heart pumping and makes you feel alive. One activity you may not have thought of that certainly fits into the adrenaline rush category is African safari hunting. If you havenít tried it and love adventure, this is the activity for you.

Do you know much about this amazing sporting activity or do you only know what youíve seen on TV and movies? Most likely, if all you know is what youíve seen in the TV and film media, you arenít getting an accurate picture of what this fascinating sport is all about. Itís fun and youíll see things youíve never seen in the wild before. Itís not a cheap sport to engage in but, if you can save money for the thrill of doing it, itís definitely worth the effort.

Some picture African safari hunting as bouncing around in the back of an old jeep driven by an African native, with everyone carrying high-powered rifles. This isnít entirely the way it goes, but you get the idea. Safari goers can see everything from elephants and tigers to gazelles and rhinoceroses. These amazing animals arenít often found in captivity and never found in, say, your own back yard. Some zoos may have them but itís just not the same as seeing them in their native habitats.

African safari hunting isnít much about killing animals these days. A lot of animals are protected, so youíre more likely to be carrying camera gear instead of a rifle, but the whole thing is still extremely exciting. Some safaris go out at night, in the pitch darkness, to catch nocturnal animals, like lions, going about their creature-like nightly habits. You can go in small groups in jeeps or in larger groups of like-minded safari buffs. Some safaris have packages where you can sleep in tent villages so you wonít need to go far to see those amazing animals youíve been dying to get a close-up on. Your guides are usually well trained in spotting for animals and know the best watering holes and other places to track down the kinds of animals youíre looking for.

Instead of heading off to Africa to find a local guide in the middle of nowhere, just sit in front of your computer to get all you need to know about taking in an African safari. The Internet offers many websites where you can sign up for what could easily become the biggest adventure of your lifetime.

Submitted by:

Joe Goertz

Read more from Joe Goertz at: myrecreation-magazine.com




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