Into the Okavango
Journey to Africa in this beautifully photographed book. A great coffee-table book!”
Into the Okavango’s romantic view of the animals’ perilous Eden — lions, cheetahs, leopards at odds with impala, zebras — brings to life Africa’s fast-vanishing ecosystem.”
Fresh Voices – Best Book Award
Writer’s Marketing Association
This is the most beautiful book I’ve seen at the show.”
–Alan Canton, CEO
New York Book Expo
This book is a Bentley!”
–Gentleman at Los Angeles Festival of Books
Review in New Age Retailer… click here
Come with us and take the journey of a lifetime…
- Step into a thirty-year-old Cessna, drag race through the skies over Botswana, and land on a dirt runway with an elephant herd in your way. You win!
- Drive off the road into the bush and come face to face with lions who walk so close to your open Land Rover you could touch them.
- Sleep in primitive huts with spiders the size of half-dollars on the wall and shower in rough-hewn cement stalls, again with those deadly spiders crawling and jumping the walls.
- Photograph the elusive leopard who would rather be left alone in her clandestine majesty.
- Watch of the drama of four male lions as they fight for the same bone…and female.
- Contemplate the maternal magnificence of a herd of elephants bathing and protecting their young along the Chobe.
- Travel by plane, boat, canoe, and Land Rover to the remote campsites of Savuti, Khwai, Chobe, Hwange, and Lake Kariba.
- Helicopter over the wonder of Victoria Falls and feel for a moment like an astronaut viewing God’s splendor.
- Canoe down the dangerous Zambezi and consider yourself lucky if neither the hippopotamuses capsize you nor the crocodiles snatch you from the bow. If those two don’t get you, should you fall in the water, the parasites will. You will die in two weeks.
- Visit a private camp near Hwange and listen to hyenas laugh not far from your tent.
- Meet Ma, the little impala found in the bush, her mother killed by lions. She sleeps outside your tent because she likes you.
- Take a boat safari on Lake Kariba, pull within five feet of a herd of Cape buffalo and find Egyptian geese, spoonbills, storks, and herons resting on tiny safe-haven islands.
- Helicopter round Cape Point–the end of Africa–and thrill to the danger of surviving high velocity winds, while spying on whales mating in the waters below.