About

Welcome to iAMsafari and thank you for stopping by. This website is dedicated towards sharing the many different stories and photographs of our adventures outdoors. From wildlife to landscapes and people, iAMsafari aims to inspire, inform and entertain.

Since the beginning of our studies we have travelled and lived all over the globe. We currently live in Western Australia after a three year return to our native The Netherlands. We don’t remember when it exactly started, but somewhere along this journey we have learned to love nature as a place of inspiration and freedom, a place to be amongst animals, around campfires, under skies of singing stars. We made it our lifestyle to travel, be outdoors and discover, to live our dream, our safari.

As the name might suggest otherwise, iAMsafari is not exclusively focused on Africa, although it’s the continent we maybe love most. So expect to see photos from various places and scenes that hopefully will give you inspiration to do the same.

If you have comments, tips or simply like our work, feel free to get in touch through the website or drop a line on mmhhovens@gmail.com

18 Comments

  1. Hello.. thank you so much for stopping by my blog and following it.
    I really enjoyed your blog with a lot of interesting images and information on nature and wildlife.
    Thank you so much for sharing.
    Have a great time 🙂

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    • Dear Dries, Marilize and Joubert,

      I’m totally honoured by your invitation to join the 5 Day Black and White Challenge – which I readily accept. Many thanks for your support and friendship as well. Reading about your adventures and watching your fabulous photo’s really makes my day – they bring me right back to the places where my love for wildlife took off. I’ll therefore go back into my ‘African’ library next week 🙂

    • Dear Dries, Marilize and Joubert,

      I’m totally honoured by your invitation to join the 5 Day Black and White Challenge – which I readily accept. Many thanks for your support and friendship as well. Reading about your adventures and watching your fabulous photo’s really makes my day – they bring me right back to the places where my love for wildlife took off. I’ll therefore go back into my ‘African’ library next week 🙂

  3. What a beautiful blog! We’ve never been to Africa, but we’ve been to Australia twice, and hoping to go again next year.

    • Thanks so much Pam! Africa is beautiful; to problem is that if you haven’t been you want to go there, and if you have you want to go back. Any plans for your next Australia trip? Let me know if you visit WA again for some insider tips.

      • So far for our next Australia trip we want to definitely see the south coast, since we haven’t done that yet (maybe including Tasmania). Plus we were thinking Brisbane. We visited Perth last time and Monkey Mia – it was outstanding! I think we need a month. 🙂

      • You certainly will. If you like to see superb wildlife Kangaroo Island is a great destination. The isolation has protected many species that have vanished elsewhere – not too far from Adelaide too.

      • We loved Kangaroo Island! We exhausted ourselves last trip running around. We went from Sydney to Brisbane to Perth to Monkey Mia to Kangaroo Island and then home – all within 2 1/2 weeks!

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