Safari 101 is written for the hunter that has always considered Africa out of reach, someone who has a spark of desire just waiting to be fanned into a flame. The myths of being “too expensive” and “too difficult” are firmly entrenched in many hunters’ minds. Safari 101 has forty-six hints dispersed throughout 11 chapters and proves these myths false. Personal stories are used to illustrate the value of each hint and to make each one easy to remember. When Brown took his first Safari, he was forced to rely on word of mouth for information, as all of the books he found were for photo Safaris. This book takes Brown's experiences, and what he learned from professional hunters and outfitters, and puts the information in a logical progression that is entertaining as well as informative. The book will help fan the spark into a flame.