|15th of November 2008 (Sat)||#15|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Swindon, UK
Re: african safri
Our guide was Bibi, although stressed at times, he worked like a Trojan and went the extra mile in getting us superb viewings of the wildlife. I took a 55-250 although this was a little short for some of the birdlife it was mostly fine for the mammals.
If you did'nt do it first time take a sunset boat trip on the Chobe, highly recommended and brilliant for getting really close to the birdlife and all the animals drinking and bathing on the river banks.
From what you say do you think a longer lens would be recommended for East Africa (where I may go next) because you would'nt be as close to the game as in Botswana?
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