We are offering a service that has a broad social platform to encourage discussion, participation and to raise the level of interest in conservation and eco-tourism for the African Safari tourist.

This part of the website is where we offer you our service!

We are only keen amateurs. We have researched content to the best of our ability, we draw on personal experience, common sense and passion for the subject, and we humbly offer the opportunity for our “Army of Scouts” to provide improved, updated or more accurate knowledge!

Our Call:

“Scouts, please contribute; Travelers please come back to check on updates, and then become Scouts! Tell us about your amazing experiences! When you find some content you like – please share it with two friends.”



Content is provided by many people, from various channels and in both professional and amateur capacities. Topics may vary, and could be emotional, and we respect everyone’s right to an opinion. Please feel free to comment, and engage us and our community, but ensure you also respect everyone and their right to have an opinion. We do not tolerate content that contains profanity, discrimination, personal attacks or anything that is illegal. This includes the use of other people’s copyrighted material without their permission.

Although we monitor comment and social media feedback channels we cannot guarantee that responses are factually accurate, but we endeavour to encourage and foster helpful engagement for the benefit of all visitors to the site and the safari travellers themselves.


We encourage you to become one of our Safari “SCOUTS” so that you are among the first to be notified of new material and to be ale to contribute your own blogs.

The best blogs are going to be enjoyed by everyone and will have an enduring online presence.

Please submit all Blog Posts in word.doc format with attached pictures to:


We encourage you to write 250-500 words of current or newsy content. Tell us a (true) story and write in an easy to read conversational manner. Include a picture!

We welcome your opinion, and your update of current factual circumstances, as you find them “on the ground” – this will greatly benefit other visitors to this site. But please keep these opinions positive! We would not want you to be opening yourself up to libel or slander issues with negative and derogatory remarks. Tell us about the great experiences you have had, and don’t dwell on the not-so-great. The cream will rise to the top!

Here are some common sense RULES:

  • If you refer to someone else’s content, then credit them by name and provide a link to that content
  • If you do copy anything, make sure you ask for permission. It’s called copyright – and ignoring this can get you into a spot of bother legally.
  • Play fair. Remember to treat people as you would want them to treat you.
  • Copyright of your material is protected under our disclaimer, but don’t pretend to speak for SafariFAQS.com, take responsibility for your own words.
  • SafariFAQS takes pride in our publishing standards and we reserve the right to edit posts and publish them in our standard format for blog posts.
  • We request that you provide content that has not already been published elsewhere.

Our Standard Blog Format

We use a format that is standard to many similar blog sites…

  • Please assist Google searches by naming pictures with relevant keywords.
  • Please use lower case for all headings except proper nouns.
  • Please use lower case for all animal names except where there is a proper noun in the name eg. African elephant, Cape buffalo, Egyptian vulture.
  • Please use words for numbers under ten and characters for 11 and up.
  • Please do not use symbols eg. “&” for “and” or lazy short-hand eg. “OMG Gr8”.
  • Please size photographs sensibly, we suggest a minimum of 700 pixels for landscape width and 450 pixels for portrait width.
  • Please respect our other requests and have fun!


Please note that we are simple bloggers that have a passion for Africa and her wildlife, the opinions expressed are our own. Any content provided on this site is subject to the opinions and views of the author and must not be taken as representative of SafariFAQS. SafariFAQS reserves the right to edit or delete any comment submitted to the blog without notice, and may ban offenders. The material on this site may not be copied, reproduced or otherwise used without the prior written permission of SafariFAQS and/or the copyright holder. We aim to credit all submitted material accordingly, but if you feel this has not been duly credited, please contact us and we will endeavour to rectify this.

Note that we are not authorized representatives of any Safari company, authority or government agency and while we do our best to stay current with official requirements we cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions of information that may have since become outdated.



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