The safari guide says there’s a leopard in a tree in the distance. “Now you’ve seen all the Big Five” the guide says with a grin. I see an overhanging fig branch. Come to think of it, that rhino looked more like a gray rock. Spotting the Big Five is the de facto safari bragging right, trumping anything bar the Great Migration. Big Five? Big tick, and mission accomplished. Isn’t this an outdated way to look at a safari? Truth is, the Big Five sells.
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