Editor’s Note: In the fourth and final segment, we pick up the 14-day Central African Republic safari on day 11. The author has already taken one Lord Derby eland but he’s still holding a pre-paid tag for a second one.
Attacked by a Lion: It was the fourth night that they were camped out, and when they were near the Imvoti River, that the party fully realized that there were in a thoroughly wild country. So camp was set up with the usual precautions again attacks from wild animals. A large fire had been made for cooking purposes, and had been Continue reading The Diamond Hunters of South Africa→
“As a youth I followed the chase by mere nature and inclination, but now I know I have a right to follow it, because it gives me endurance, promptness, courage self-control as well as health and cheerfulness.” Charles Kingsley Continue reading Armchair Safari Kumm Hausaland→
Charles John Andersson lived and hunted in south and southwestern Africa in the mid 1800s — a time when hunters throughout Africa saw enormous herds of game and believed they were inexhaustible. He most enjoyed hunting elephant and rhinoceros. His book, Lake N’Gami is a classic of exploration and hunting. Some of his safaris were indeed memorable and show what a tough hunter he was.Continue reading Armchair Safari – Hunting Elephants and Rhinoceroses in Southwest Africa→