It’s not easy to take a family to an African safari experience. It’s extremely costly (Africa as a continent hasn’t really found a way yet between rough and luxury traveling outside of the most touristy places), it often requires a bunch of vaccines which either are not recommended for the little ones, or are just a pain to get – I remember for our honeymoon, we went gorilla trekking in the mountains of Uganda and had to get a rabies shot, something the nurse in NY had never administered before!.
So it’s usually recommended to wait til the children are a bit older to go to Africa. Meanwhile, you can bring a bit of African wildlife to the nursery room with these beautiful papier mache heads from Dwell Studio. Have you noticed the latest craze with papier mache? Love it!
Made with vintage French book pages, dwell studio is producing them in collaboration with a Haiti-based non-profit organization and each piece is handmade.
Cruelty-free, ethically made. For a new safari generation.
Ps: they’re available online only.