African Safari Family Legacy
Where Many Bond Into One For Generations

FIRST STORY FROM RECENT TRIP TO AFRICA

BEGGING FOR LIFE


NEW: KIRURUMU--LEGACY OF THE ELEPHANT WHISPERER

NEW: KISIMA NGEDA LEGACY SAFARI INTERVIEW

who we are   /    what is a family safari legacy  /   interviews with lodge managers   / drawing yourself to africa     

why we picked Auram Safaris   booking a safari   /   picking an airline    /  safari dairy   /  contact   /  press releases

   
 

BOOKING OUR LEGACY SAFARI DIARY

PART I

BOOKING A
FAMILY/CORPORATE
LEGACY SAFARI

There are two basic ways to book a family or corporate Legacy Safari.

One, you can decide to investigate all the options yourself or as a family via the Internet, travel books, referrals from friends or relatives, and directly book your Legacy Safari with a company.

Two, you can use the expertise of a travel agency or travel service.

Both ways have advantages and disadvantages.

Ultimately, you'll have to decide for yourself which way meets you family/corporate needs best.

In the links below, I've given you my viewpoint of both ways.

I will update the information as I receive new and valuable data worthy of passing on.

You can also review the Booking Journey in my personal African Family Safari Legacy Diary.

Whatever you do, keep notes. When you make your trip to Africa, remember, you'll be learning for future generations, and the more facts and information you document, the easier and more exciting the journey will be for others in your family or business.

Links to come:

Booking On Your Own

Booking Through A Travel Agent

Cliff's African Family Safari Legacy Diary--The Booking Process