Sightings – June 2018 Sightings Report Kwara Concession The wild dog pack of 8 adults and 11 puppies were denning close to Little Kwara camp. We were able to witness them making successful kills and then returning to the den to regurgitate food for the alpha female. Guests really enjoyed
Travel + Leisure – August 03, 2018 Mark Nolting has been named ‘a best safari specialist’ to plan the perfect trip to Africa by Travel + Leisure’s A-List 2018. Nolting has established relationships with lodge owners and local guides who provide insights about the nature and wildlife. His frequent trips
So we considered the places we’d choose to be, and when we’d choose to be there (and with whom) over the next year. We came up with 12 itineraries with limited capacity (generally 6 guests per trip) that take in some truly spectacular destinations – of course with all proceeds
Multi-Generational Safari to Southern Africa including Sabi Sand and Okavango Delta Hi Kyle and Rhoda and the rest of the team at the Africa Adventure Company, We have returned from a truly magical trip to Africa. We are excited to share our experiences with you. First, we want to tell
Mark and Alison Nolting, owners of AAC, recently returned to their beloved Zimbabwe to join family and friends on a magical adventure in Victoria Falls and Mana Pools. Alison and Mark Nolting Explore Zimbabwe’s Malilangwe Reserve and Singita Pamushana Alison and Mark Nolting have enjoyed four magical days at the
Presenting three of our favourite – Luangwa Walking Safaris Walking safaris were first pioneered in this park by Norman Carr, and are conducted by a licensed walking guide accompanied by an armed national parks game scout. Most lodges and camps offer morning and afternoon walks. Multi-day walks are also offered,
The Migration Movement updated – June 26, 2018 The first arrival of the wildebeest herds have been sighted at the Kirawira in the western Serengeti on their annual move to the north. However, some herds have taken the Togoro Plains towards the Lobo area route. The Migration Movement updated –
This past May, I traversed Hwange Park from East to West and had a trip that was simply “A meeting of all the lion prides”! From sighting the Ngamo pride including Tengwani and Nqkwele (his brother is Butch) on the plains, seeing Stumpy and her pride of 5 around Davison’s.
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(Day 01-03) Greetings from Zambia! My name is Sarah Taylor and I am AAC’s Special Projects Coordinator. I have been blessed to spend the last three nights in the Lower Zambezi National Park staying at Chiawa Camp. What a spectacular camp in a truly glorious region of Zambia. Chiawa is