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Mat Dry obtained his safari-guiding credentials from the Field Guide's Association of Southern Africa in 2007. He worked on Amakhala Game Reserve in South Africa for six months and then decided that he wanted to see more of Africa. In 2008, he joined one of Africa's premiere overlanding companies, Africa Travel Company. For nearly four years he worked with ATC as a guide in both East and Southern Africa until deciding to create his own company, TIA Safaris. Mat now divides his time between educating people about Africa in the States, and taking clients on the trips of their lives into the Africa he knows and loves. You can contact Mat through TIASafaris.com or its phone number, 1-602-561-7823.
Funny and sad moments too. I thought it was great. Margaaret BuchananPublished 13 days ago by MR Buchanan
Interesting story telling from a game ranger's viewpoint. I appreciated the book having lived many years in Africa.Published 16 days ago by Andy Geary Stevens
An interesting series of anecdotes regarding Africa. Better books have been
written on this theme.
The second book in the series of Matt Dry's experiences during field guiding trips. Having lived in Africa all of my life and spending a lot of time in the bush I found the book... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anne Nelson
I thoroughly enjoyed these tales from Africa. The author has a wonderful way of relaying events to make you feel as if you were there.Published 4 months ago by James B. Williams
This book is written so well that I felt almost like I was there and was a part of the group on the tour. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Doreen P. Ingram
As someone who has traveled to Africa eight times over the past dozen years, I can honestly say that this is a grand and delightful book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Richard Wiman
Stories are told from his perspective and are well laid out with great humor. I read this again the other day for laughs and chuckled at the same places I did the first time. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Justin