For travelers who want to feel connected to the earth under their feet, nothing compares to a walking safari or hiking adventure in Africa. With trained guides leading the way, you’ll experience sightings of wildlife in a whole new way, but also be able to see the smaller things that make the African bush so
June 2017 Update from Bushlife New guests, new staff and a new kitchen! The new season really has started off so well, and we have so much news to share this month. We have had an abundance of wildlife sightings lately, have been working very hard on our camp refurbishment and are
Flying Safari to Botswana Including Mombo Trails Dearest Kyle and All ~ I fear we are now assimilated back to life in the USA after a most extraordinary and wonderful safari in Botswana. After six safaris with AAC, one could think a person could become blasé about the whole of such
Flying Safari to Tanzania’s Northern Circuit and the Selous Game Reserve Hi Ian, I wanted to write in about our safari, while everything is still fresh in my mind. First of all, thank you, thank you, thank you! What a wonderful experience! As you know, while I’ve traveled with you
The Migration Movement updated – June 09, 2017 We have received word from our scouts on the ground that large herds have arrived at the Sasakwa and Sabora plains. These plains are part of the Grumeti Reserves which is adjacent to the Western Corridor of the Serengeti. Bordering the national
Day 30 – The Serengeti…A feast for the Eyes! AAC Founding Director Alison Nolting enjoying her last days on the Serengeti – The Serengeti has been an incredible feast for the eyes with amazing sightings of the predators and the Great Migration! I am feeling the luckiest person to have
The start of a new day at We are Africa in Cape Town. #feeling inspired! Alison Nolting, Founding Director of AAC, is currently in Cape Town and attending the travel conference “We Are Africa.” The annual trade event attracts the best and brightest camps, lodges and hotels from across Africa.
The months of January, February and March had me camped out at 9 cities meeting so many past travelers to share first-hand “Why we love Africa”! Thank you for those who visited us at the shows, and for joining us at the very popular evening safari soirees we hosted. It
Alison will be traveling through Kenya and Tanzania in May to bring updates on these conservation efforts. More and more travelers want to hear about the conservation and protection of East Africa’s wildlife. Specialist groups are always interested in meeting the local researchers in addition to the daily game drives.
Our very popular Early Bird rewards long lead time bookings over the green season with substantial discounts. This suits the ‘early birds’ but not the spontaneous migrants. We’re excited to add to this by introducing a NEW Stay Pay deal that allows everyone to catch the worm: Between 1 October 2017 and