t all began with a quick white flash and a slight movement in the bushes off to my right. A few seconds later I was able to make out a couple of amorphous shapes. Just as I was about to query our guide, Sherry slammed on the brakes of our safari vehicle. With a thunderous roar, a herd of animals ran across the road in front of us and bounded up the adjacent hill. In a few seconds they were gone. “Thompson’s Gazelles,” quipped Sherry “Aren’t they beautiful?”
Although this may be a common sight in Africa, we weren’t exactly in the wilds of the Dark Continent. In fact we were just an hour from San
Francisco, at a unique wildlife sanctuary that offers visitors an accessible and
intimate taste of Africa.
The brainchild of Peter Lang, Safari West is a wildlife sanctuary w...Read More