Your Kimberley Travel Questions...
I have always tried to answer each and every reader question I receive, mostly privately, or if answers could help others, I've published the answer on my site.
However, this website receives over 1000 readers a day. Traffic has increased so much that I am unable to keep up with all your questions.
So, here is what has changed:
I am leaving the questions form below open. I do want to know what information you are missing. It helps me to make the site and guides better, so don't hesitate to ask for information you'd like to see covered here. But please understand that I am unable to answer questions personally.
I will answer the questions that offer the most help to the most people and will publish them on the website. Questions about information contained in the guidebooks will be covered in a newsletter update. (See the subscription box for the free updates at the top right.)
Unfortunately, this means I can no longer answer requests for individual assistance or questions that are already answered somewhere on the website or in the guide books.
It's been a difficult decision because I am terrible at saying No when someone asks for help, and I do enjoy helping people. But I have to be realistic. I do need to eat and sleep as well.
Thanks for understanding.
How to find existing answers
Download the free Kimberley pocket guide. Many answers to common questions are covered there.
And last but not least, you can use the search box below to search this whole website.
For assistance or advice regarding car hire, tours or accommodation bookings, please use this form.
Filling in the questions form below:
The fields for name and location are optional. If you don't want your name to appear on the website, leave the field empty.
AFTER submitting your question you will be prompted for your e-mail address. Providing your e-mail address is also optional. Your e-mail address will NOT appear on the site.
It is only used to notify you once your question is answered and published and will help you to find it again. (I often move questions to other areas of the site if they fit better there.)
That's it. Thanks for wading through it!