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From: Daan Hendriks <>
Date: Saturday, June 25, 2011, 5:34 AM


      Hello hello!

I'm a long-time lurker to this mailing list, and have been enjoying to

read and learn from the group. I was hoping to take the opportunity of

my first post to the group to ask a generally broad question regarding

the following...

I am intending to book a 2 to 3 weeks holiday, of which a main purpose

would be to do lots of field recording. I'm currently undecided where

to go, but my eyes have fallen on Tanzania, as it seems to have a huge

amount of national parks and wildlife.

My intention is to visit in December, or perhaps November.

Has anybody here been to Tanzania, and if so, what was your experience

like in terms of field recording? Is it relatively easy (and cheap) to

organise a personal safari (as opposed to a group), in order to avoid

being with noisy crowds?

Related to this; as I'm still undecided where to go exactly, perhaps

there are better places to visit in southern Africa for the purpose of

a field recording holiday?

Thanks a lot!




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