Last year, in the midst of the global pandemic, Robin Pope Safaris launched their Safari Dreaming E-book & 2021 Safari Dreaming Calendar with the aim of keeping the African safari dream alive while we waited in anticipation for travel to begin again. The money raised from the sale of these calendars went towards their conservation and community initiatives that were struggling during the international tourism downturn.
While it’s been a long road and we still have far to go, Robin Pope Safaris are delighted to finally be able to welcome you back to a special part of the world and so this year they have decided to whet your appetite further with a gorgeous selection of postcards that illustrate the African wilderness in all its glory!
For just US$15.95 (excluding postage) you will receive a box of 16 postcards (13 x 18 cm) which you can send to your friends and family to inspire them to visit Zambia, Malawi & Zimbabwe. They make great gifts too and as with their 2021 Safari Dreaming calendar, the proceeds raised from the sale of the postcards will go towards the conservation and community initiatives.
If you would like to place an order, please contact [email protected].
Orders need to be in by the 5th of December 2021 and postage will be approximately US$8.90, depending on where you live.
Robin Pope Safaris hope these postcards will inspire you and your loved ones not only to keep safari dreaming but also to come and ‘experience the dream’ for yourself.
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