Friends recently returned from their first time in Kenya in absolute raptures over their safari bought off a 'beach boy', their only complaint was that on one occasion there were 23(!) minibuses around one kill. Can any one tell me, are the drivers obliged to radio in anything of interest? I realise it would be selfish to keep a 'find' to yourselves but is there anyway to avoid crowds without jeopardising relationships that drivers have with particular parks or lodges.
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