Africa Adventure Company Making A Difference – Page 10
Zimbabwe Schools: We continue to sponsor 450 children at three schools near Hwange as part of the Children in the Wilderness feeding program. We identify children from here to also sponsor their high school education. Our annual donation is use d to support monthly payments for internet connection.
Tanzania Schools: Schools we have partnered with are located near Arusha, Kilimanjaro foothills (Ndarakwai), Tarangire and Karatu.
Botswana Guides: We sponsor the opportunity f or camp guides to work up their specialist knowledge providing them with private guiding opportunities that our lucky clients enjoy on a complimentary basis.
Children in the Wilderness: An inspirational pro ject for local children to attend and be hosted for 3 day sin Wilderness camp sin their five regions. We focus on and support the Zimbabwe children.
Wilderness Wildlife Trust: We are major supporters of Wilderness Sa faris in Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa. Beyond the outstanding safari experience they deliver, we know that for every bed-night we book with them, a portion of the price goes to the Wilderness Wildlife Trust. This is a true commitment to sustainable photographic tourism.
Our hard working Air Department, led by Bill Rivard and Janet Coffigny,
is always on top of the newest flight services and routings for your Safari of a Lifetime!
We are always on the lookout for new books that engage our passion for Africa.
Below are some of our recent favorites.
“We need new Name” – NoViolet Bulawayo
“Love, Life and Elephants” – Dame Daphne Sheldrick
“A House in the Sky” – Amanda Lindhout & Sara Corbett
“Africa’s Finest” – Colin Bell and David Bristow
We appreciate your help with this. Your loyalty and enthusiasm for Africa Adventure Company is always appreciated! http://tlworldsbest.roiresearch.com/.
Nicholas Nolting (Mark and Alison’s youngest son) spent part of his summer on our voluntourism projects at Mother Africa and Children in the Wilderness before ending at Vundu Camp in Mana Pools, Zimbabwe, with Specialist Guides Nick and Desiree Murray. This is his thank you note to them.
I just wanted to take the time to formally thank you for inviting me on a “trip of a lifetime” back in July. I can’t thank you enough for making the offer for me to stay an extra month and sometimes I bet you ask yourself why you did that. The month with you guys really opened my eyes to the real Africa not just the “luxury tented camps” out in the middle of nowhere….
I can now tell my friends that turn their nose up at me and say “you went where?” about this absolutely wonderful place across the ocean that is nothing like what they hear about in the news…It’s so hard to put how Zimbabwe and how my trip was in words because of how special it was…
Now I’m home with all my friends, technology, school, football, and most importantly my family and I often look back and miss the worriless life out in the bush.
college in Nairobi to get his guiding license.