por Diana
en 13 julio, 2017
4 min(s) de lectura

Con tantas catástrofes naturales, impertinencias de Trump y malas noticias en general inundando nuestras pantallas últimamente, a todos nos vendría bien un respiro. Si asentiste mentalmente al leer el enunciado anterior, te recomendamos un safari. Hay algo innatamente relajante en despertarse con el canto de mil aves y los primeros rayos del sol, en acurrucarse junto a una fogata en medio de la nada bajo un cielo imposiblemente estrellado y, por supuesto, en presenciar la vida salvaje de África en absoluta libertad.

Porque entendemos que no todos pueden irse de safari cada vez que los niveles de estrés alcancen un punto crítico, nos hemos dado un clavado en nuestra cuenta de Instagram y compilado esta colección de algunas de nuestras fotos de animales favoritas. Así que sírvete un gin tonic, ponte cómodo y déjanos llevarte de safari con cincuenta de las mejores imágenes de vida salvaje que han salido de África.

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