28 January 2011
Friday 28 January to Sunday 30 January 2011
Lawrence Hall, Royal Agricultural Halls, Victoria, London (SW1P 2PE)
See us at the "Discover Africa Theatre" (theatre 6)
Join us on Saturday 29 January in Theatre 6 from 13:00 to 13:45. John is hosting a presentation and discussion on "How to Plan an African Safari". Here's the PR stuff:
"Where, why and when for first-timers” plus tips and ideas for old hands on how to uncover some of Africa’s secret places.
In East Africa a general overview of Tanzania and Kenya. The annual wildebeest migration is explained with some advice on best timing and how to combine a migration safari with other wildlife spots and the East African coast.
In Southern Africa, where we have great diversity, excellent wildlife and a broad range of safari options to suit all tastes and budgets, this journey through the seasons takes us through Zambia, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Mozambique.
The discussion continues with suggestions and tips on how seasoned travellers might satisfy specific interests in birding, primates, big game, history and culture and more. So whether you’re looking for something active or sedate, mainstream or unusual, this is a presentation not to be missed."
Also on Sunday 30 January from 15:00 to 15:45 - "Rediscovering Zimbabwe".
"With travel warnings lifted, doors open to media and travellers welcome as always, John Berry presents a case for visiting Zimbabwe - to find out the truth and explore some old and familiar landmarks.
With diverse habitats and outstanding wildlife resources, a conservation record seconds to none, and training ground to Africa's top professional guides - change is coming and 2011 is the year to rediscover Zimbabwe, you'll be welcomed by resilient people with warm smiles."