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50 Years of Safari: An Insider’s Take on the Changing Face of African Travel

There are Westerners and local nationals taking over large tracts of land and developing very small, very conservation-conscious properties Dennis Pinto, managing director of Micato Safaris, reflects on the evolution of the luxury safari… Dennis Pinto
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