Traveling Africa: A Woman's Guide

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"Traveling Africa" is a book that should be read in its entirety prior to reading the guide book on the specific location in Africa for which you choose to travel. The more prepared you are for your trip and the more you know about the options available for your expedition, the better the odds of booking an amazing journey without the minor or major headaches so many African travelers go through. This book is focused on woman traveling Africa, but will also benefit men heading to the continent and will help all choose the perfect safari ...
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Overview

"Traveling Africa" is a book that should be read in its entirety prior to reading the guide book on the specific location in Africa for which you choose to travel. The more prepared you are for your trip and the more you know about the options available for your expedition, the better the odds of booking an amazing journey without the minor or major headaches so many African travelers go through. This book is focused on woman traveling Africa, but will also benefit men heading to the continent and will help all choose the perfect safari especially suited to meet their needs, desires and tolerance levels. You will learn everything you need to know from what to pack - or not to pack - to how to calculate needed funds.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781490992495
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 7/17/2013
  • Pages: 122
  • Sales rank: 1,052,430
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.32 (d)

Meet the Author

In 2001, Dana Atkinson went on a three week safari through South Africa. Seven weeks after she returned to the States, she sold her house, car, and most of her belongings then departed again for Africa; this time for an undetermined amount of time. The fingers of Africa began to wrap tightly around her during her first visit in a grip Africa maintains on Dana still today, many years after she first set foot on Africa's soil. She has now traveled thirteen African countries, spending hundreds of nights on the continent.

Her first book "Domestic Departures, A Midlife Crisis Safari" tells of her solo move to Africa; how it came to be and what she learned from this amazing place. Dana's second book, "Traveling Africa, A Woman's Guide" gives the reader practical advise to travel Africa safely and have their own life changing trip. The book covers everything from how to decide what trip is right for you to how to properly pack for that trip and everything you need to know in-between.

"Africa, Through My Mother's Eyes" is her third book on the subject and although this one is fiction, most locations are real and through her narrative she will take you on an amazing African journey to see the land through her character's eyes as they weave their way through life.

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