First-time safarists are often surprised by how few insects they have to contend with while on safari. To some extent, this can be attributed to timing: we tend to go on safari during the dry season when insects are fewest. The quality of safari accommodations helps, too. Accommodations tend to be (mostly) bug-free, if not bug-proof.
Interests, abilities, budgets, available time, group composition and dynamics—all are variables about which we will want to consult with you. This said, we can provide some “big picture” comparisons and contrasts between southern and eastern Africa, the parts of the continent where wildlife viewing is most rewarding.
--Gary Clarke's Africa: Wildlife, Rainbows and Laughter: Photographic Essays Celebrating Three Decades on Safari (ISBN 978-0-615-50180-2)
--Hey Mister -- Your Alligator's Loose! (ISBN 0-941974-23-3)
--They Call Me Cowabunga! Once Upon a Time in Africa (ISBN 978-0-615-
Brian Hesse, Guide and Owner