safariMany people consider an African safari to be the top trip on their bucket list. I’ve been fortunate to go on a few (one in South Africa, one in Kenya and one in Tanzania; my East African posts are below). Natalie and I also did a Tiger safari in India. However, not everyone can go on one for a number of reasons (money, time, health…), and if you’re one of them, I recommend checking out the next best thing: the New York Times bestseller “Safari: A Photicular Book.” From Amazon:

“A New York Times bestseller, Safari is a magical journey for the whole family. Readers, as if on African safari, encounter eight wild animals that come alive using never-before-seen Photicular technology. Each full-color image is like a 3-D movie on the page, delivering a rich, fluid, immersive visual experience. The result is breathtaking. The cheetah bounds. The gazelle leaps. The African elephant snaps its ears. The gorilla munches the leaves off a branch. It’s mesmerizing, as visually immediate as a National Geographic or Animal Planet special.”

It’s so good that Audubon magazine called it, “An imaginative interpretation of the real thing,” and PW magazine said, “Lenticular technology takes a big leap forward with this virtual safari.” The book has been out for a few years and has five stars (out of five) on Amazonand over 200 comments. It used to cost $25.59 but is now just $14.59.

Grab it: Grab “Safari: A Photicular Book” from $14.59 on Amazon here.

Johnny Jet’s East African safari posts:

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