Welcome To The Adventurers' Journals!

We wanted the adventurers’ journals page to be a space for those who have been here and those who have yet to come to be up to date on industry news, TDK Safaris news, as well as culture and traditions of Africa! For topics that do not yet have a blog post here, head to our FAQ page! If you have any other questions or would like to book a safari you can contact us here!

  • Sep
    19
    2019

    Film the safari? What’s the hype?

    THE OUTFITTER WANTS SOMEONE TO FILM THE SAFARI BUT AT A PRICE SHOULD YOU DO IT? The short answer. Yes. But you’re not here for the short answer so here’s the long one. Having your safari filmed, whether it be a photographic safari, golfari, or hunting safari, is just another step in preserving the memories … Continue reading “Film the safari? What’s the hype?”

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  • Aug
    21
    2019

    Top 5 Tips for a Photographic Safari

    For modern-day explorers such as yourself, wanting to come and delve into the splendor that is Africa on a photographic safari. Here are some tips to help you plan the safari of your dreams. Tip #1 You need to pick the right outfitter. I cannot stress this enough when planning your photographic safari you need … Continue reading “Top 5 Tips for a Photographic Safari”

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  • Aug
    21
    2019

    What Caliber is best for Africa?

    Tons of choices, which caliber do I choose? So many times, our clients ask us what caliber is best for Africa. This is a challenging but essential question to answer, as there are so many variables in choosing the right caliber. Any .30 caliber will be sufficient to bring on a plains game safari. That, … Continue reading “What Caliber is best for Africa?”

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  • Aug
    21
    2019

    Afrikaans. Made. Simple.

    Safari Words to Remember.     So you’ve booked your first South African safari, you may be excited, or scared or both. You don’t know what to expect, and you think to yourself, will I at least be able to communicate with my Professional Hunter (PH)? Will he be able to speak English? Will I struggle … Continue reading “Afrikaans. Made. Simple.”

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  • Aug
    21
    2019

    Excerpt of a Safari Company Owner

    As an American and a female, owning a safari company has its challenges along with great rewards. From dealing with the happenings in the bush without a Lowe’s or a pharmacy around the corner. To learning how to navigate all the nuances of the culture. You begin to realize how much goes into operating a … Continue reading “Excerpt of a Safari Company Owner”

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