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This massive wildlife park has forest, rainforest, savannah, dry desert, mountain moorland and swamp where wildlife roams freely.
Travel socks go on, beds are set-up, blankets unwrapped and laid – and all of that is before the hot towels arrive.
If you're booked on a tour or via a travel agent the process of obtaining visas is simpler.
It's a jungle out there ... an African safari is an eye-opener to nature red in tooth and claw.
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