Follow the AAC Blog as Mark & Miles’ trip transpires. They’ll be sure to post spectacular photographs and incredible stories during their time in Johannesburg, Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park, Mana Pools National Park & Kafue National Park.
Sightings – July 2019 Sightings Report Kwara Private Reserve A very unusual tale unfolded with two packs of wild dogs. Regular followers of these reports may recall that at the end of June the pack of eight and a smaller pack of four had a confrontation. In the days that
The Migration Movement updated – July 29, 2019 Update from Governor’s Camp – Governor’s Camp guests witnessed a crossing right in front of the camp. The herds continue their search for lush, greener grass by crossing the dangerous, crocodile-infested water of the Mara River. Safari guide Micheal Thomas captured a major
In Part #2, we will be comparing the cultural, game viewing and recreational experiences of Tanzania and Botswana. For more insight on each country’s wildlife, scenery and/or the game driving experience, you should click on the following link: Where Should I Go on my First Safari: Tanzania or Botswana? Click
July 2019 Update from Vundu Camp and Bushlife Incredible Elephant Encounters Dear Friends, As we enter July, our season is well and truly in full swing and winter is upon us, which in Zimbabwe means pleasant, mild days and a few chilly nights. We have had the pleasure of welcoming
You don’t have to be an avian expert in order to enjoy birding in Africa. It’s a daunting task, even for a seasoned birder: about 2100 species have been recorded in sub-Saharan Africa, 1400 of which reside nowhere else in the world! Even more unbelievable: some reserves and parks have
At the Africa Adventure Company, our first-time clients will most often visit either Tanzania or Botswana.
But of course, this is no way implying that your options are limited to these two countries. AAC prides itself on both the quality and diversity of experiences we offer our clients: take a look at some of our many itineraries here. Or if you’re looking for even more customization, give one of our safari consultants a call.
For the more active travelers or those who want to feel connected to the African soil underneath their feet, nothing compares to a walking safari or hiking adventure. With trained guides leading the way, you’ll experience sightings of wildlife, scenery and historical sites in a whole new way! So, in
June 2019 – In a collaboration led by Botswana’s Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP), the Wilderness Wildlife Trust, with generous support from its donors, and Wilderness Safaris have contributed to the funding of the most recent rhino conservation operation in the country, bringing together ecotourism companies, NGOs and