AAC Senior Safari Consultant Szilvia Hegyi is currently in Namibia. Join her adventure as she travels through this wonderful country – famous for its stark beauty and diversity of tribes. Ongava Lodge – Ongava Private Game Reserve Her journey begins in Ongava and Etosha. Etosha is one of Africa’s greatest
At AAC, we are privileged to plan safari adventures for our clients in wild, open ecosystems. The beauty of this is that these environments offer varying experiences based on natural, annual cycles and seasons. This is seldom truer than in the dynamic Okavango Delta. We would like to highlight some
The Africa Adventure Company has just posted an updated version of our Ethiopia “Historic North and South Adventure” itinerary on our website. After one of our employees visited the country in January earlier this year (see Miles Nolting’s trip report), we decided to revise our itinerary to include an exciting
Alison Nolting has just returned from her two-part trip to South Africa. Part 1 entailed exploring several of Singita’s properties in both Kruger National Park and Sabi Sands private reserves. Part 2 encompassed her visit to the Indaba travel conference in Durban, South Africa. The first Singita property Alison visited
This past Saturday both Dan Moss & Miles Nolting served as the Africa Adventure Company’s “ambassadors” at the Botswana Embassy’s Open House. Visitors were treated to interactive cultural and wildlife experiences, including overview of Botswana’s basketry, diamond industry and samples of local cuisine. The highlight was a collaborative effort with
As some of you may have seen in the news, today is Earth Day. For nearly 50 years, this annual event is celebrated for the singular purpose of environmental protection. At AAC, our years in the African Safari industry have yielded close ties with many of the continent’s leading conservationists.
This past month we hosted our Safari Soirée and it was a pleasure being able to share the evening event with our wonderful clients and friends talking about the many reasons “Why we love Africa”! The Bonnet House in Fort Lauderdale was a great venue. It was thrilling to hear
The laughter of a child lights up the house. In the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya, the fate of elephants and people is intertwined — the threats they face, they face together. Poaching and habitat loss don’t just hurt elephants; they hurt the livelihoods of the local Samburu people