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Safari guide Henrik Hult.
  Safari Patrol
  About us & contact
  May 2010:
  Insects on board
  March 2010:
  Tour companies to trust?
  January 2010:
  Seeing the migration
  October 2009:
  Are safaris safe?
  July 2009:
  Dress for safari
  May 2009:
  The cradle of mankind
  Mar 2009:
  Future tourism in Kenya
  Jan 2009:
  Big Five or not?
  Nov 2008:
  Kenya after the unrest
  Sep 2008:
  Launch of Safari Patrol
  Jul 2008:
  Bargaining and gifts
  May 2008:
  The long rains
  Mar 2008:
  Professional guides
  Jan 2008:
  Unrest in Kenya
Safari Patrol:
Launch of Safari Patrol
September 2008
And so it's finally time to go online. Safari Patrol has been an interesting idea for a couple of years, and an active project since last September. Now it's a new web site.

Safari Patrol on is an international adaptation and continuation of, a Scandinavian safari web site that has been online since 1998 and today is Scandinavia's most comprehensive web site on safaris in Africa.

Facts on safaris
Like, Safari Patrol offers facts on safaris in Kenya and Tanzania for safari-goers bound for these countries, as well as for others interested in safaris in East Africa or in the African nature and wildlife. There is also basic information on other safari countries of interest, for example South Africa and Botswana.

Now that the site is online, work will pass on to extending basic information into in-depth, and to adding more facts, tips and pictures. In time, Safari Patrol will cover the safari areas of southern Africa as thoroughly as those in Kenya and Tanzania.

Professional safari guide Henrik Hult in Serengeti, Tanzania.
Safari guide Henrik Hult
on new Safari Patrol
We like safaris
We who contribute to Safari Patrol all have a professional background in the safari industry, and a keen interest in safaris and experiencing the African bush and wildlife. In brief, we like safaris and we've done it a lot. We hope that we will be successful in bringing you a site that answers your questions, provides the information that you are looking for, and maybe even inspires you towards visiting Africa.

Having completed the first phase of this web site project feels really fine. Now it's back to work, to add new facts, features and other content to Safari Patrol.

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