Review by Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite | Review Rating: 5-Stars
Passports in His Underpants: A Planet Friendly Photo Safari by Clinton Richardson takes readers on an exhilarating 12-day safari where they experience four tented camps, Maasai guides, intimate encounters with Africa's wild animals, the Great Wildebeest Migration, and Kenya's wildlife parks. The book is a visual delight where readers can see the animals wandering freely, feel the sounds of the animals, see baboons crossing the road, an African crocodile, and many other wild animals. The blue skies, the cool night air, and the changing terrain will fascinate readers and draw them into the book.
Passports in His Underpants highlights the abundance of wild animals that can be seen in Kenya's wildlife parks, and the bonding between the elephants, live experience of a lioness hunting a wildebeest, the eco-friendly camps that rely purely on solar power, the traditional lifestyle of the Maasai Mara tribe, an abandoned termite mound, and other interesting information about Kenyan safaris will encourage many readers to travel to Kenya and experience it in real life. The images of high grass, the bushes, and gnarled trees leave readers with a unique experience of the landscape. The vitality, diversity, and exhilaration that is experienced while reading the book and looking at the pictures are indescribable. The book transports readers to another realm where they find themselves having a connection with strange and unique creatures and being at one with the rawness of nature and the Universe.