NEW YORK, July 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Travel Publishers announces the launch of Mark Nolting's 8th edition of Africa's Top Wildlife Countries. Available in July through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and others, the new edition of the book will explore and chronicle the essentials of embarking on safari in Africa. The compendium will feature the most up-to-date information and maps of the continent and wildlife with the same depth and comprehensiveness of past books in the series. www.globaltravelpublishers.com
Africa's Top Wildlife Countries 8th edition will feature detailed information including how to choose a safari, as well as a guide for seeing wildlife in specific areas. There are seven charts, covering everything from expected temperatures to best wildlife viewing destinations. With detailed maps and photographs of animals and lodges, readers will be able to gain thorough knowledge of Africa.
As a consummate explorer and researcher, Mark Nolting's expertise is the result of over 25 years of adventuring and study. In addition to the Africa's Top Wildlife Countries series, Mark previously authored the comprehensive African Safari Journal. Mark joined his wife, Alison Nolting, 19 years ago to head the Africa Adventure Company. Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Alison managed safari camps before joining Mark to lead their team of experienced Africa consultants.
Mark Nolting is also the founder of the award-winning Africa Adventure Company, which will celebrate its 26th anniversary as a top Africa specialist this year. Africa Adventure Company's first-hand knowledge of Africa and wildlife permits them to offer highly personalized trip planning and advice. Well-known for delivering expert safari guidance, Africa Adventure Company presents the 8th edition of Africa's Top Wildlife Countries to share with all Mark Nolting's vast knowledge and enthusiasm for African wildlife.
About Africa Adventure Company
The Africa Adventure Company is an award-winning travel outfitter and leading Africa specialist known for its extensive portfolio of more than 75 safari trips to over 14 African countries. They pride themselves on planning personalized safaris of a lifetime with a commitment to sustainable tourism and eco conservation, while promoting camps that are symbiotic with nature and the community and offering exquisite game viewing with top notch guides. For more information about Africa Adventure Company, visit their website at www.AfricanAdventure.com or call 1 (800) 882-9453.
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SOURCE Global Travel Publishers