What is an Anti-Safari?

The Anti-Safari: A focus on Experiences, People, Culture, and Communities. Wildlife is a secondary bonus.

The Anti-Safari: A focus on Experiences, People, Culture, and Communities. Wildlife is a secondary bonus.

You may have seen my new marketing image and asked yourself, “gee I wonder what this guy has against safaris?”

Well nothing really they are great experiences where you can see some beautiful wildlife everyone would want to see.  In fact some of our tours incorporate safari like experience or walking or canoe safaris.  The Anti-Safari or tours turned upside down is about putting a new spin on the safari trip.  With out trips you will really get to know the people in Ghana also, often you will get a chance for a home stay or primarily visit community based tourism sites where everything is genuine.

Ghana does not have lions but it does have amazingly friendly and hospital people who are eager to share with you their culture and in doing so help to preserve their unique lifestyles and wildlife that they often share their existence with.  The two trips below is a great way to get to experience Ghana so you can really understand what I am talking about.  As a bonus on these trips you will get to see Elephants first hand at close distances on a walking safari, and hippos at a little further of a distance on canoe river safaris.  See we have nothing against them.  But we did get your attention.

I would also like to thank Chelsea Mastin for her photoshop work on the above picture, and Cooper Schwartz for the picture of the safari truck he took on his trip to South Africa.

               Mole National Park Camping Adventure

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