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In terms of remoteness, a safari to Namibia is quite possibly second to none. Within an area greater in size than Texas, only 2.7 million people reside in Namibia. In fact, Namibia is the second least densely populated country in the world! When leaving camp for activities, guests can go full days without seeing anyone else.

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OVERVIEW OF SAFARI Experience three distinct regions of Namibia. Savor solitude among some of Africa’s most remote safari destinations.  Each of these regions possesses stunning, out-of-this-world landscapes that will inspire the soul, including the desolate Namib Desert and Skeleton Coast. See how countless, desert-adapted animals survive in these harsh ecosystems,

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Overview Rhoda & Kollin’s itinerary best parallels our “11-Day Conservation Luxury Flying Safari to Kenya.” Per person sharing rates start at $6150. Accommodations Laikipia – Lodo Springs Laikipia – Lewa Wilderness Maasai Mara – Tangulia Mara Maasai Mara – Mara Plains Maasai Mara – Mara Nyika Laikipia – Loisaba &

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Overview Dan Moss has been a consultant at AAC for the past two years and an avid African traveler even before that. Yet believe it or not, this was his very first trip to East Africa! He certainly picked an excellent first-time trip. The Perks of Green Season Travel Some

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Miles in Southern Tanzania Arrived on a scheduled charter flight from the Serengeti directly to Ruaha.  The dry season, June-November, is the best time to visit the park, when game is concentrated along the Ruaha River including great populations of elephant. Kwihala Camp, located in the north of Ruaha National

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Maasai Mara – Kenya Sand River Tented Camp Where do I start? Oh yeah, how about the most amazing leopard sighting in my 8 safaris so far? On the way from the Keekorok airstrip to camp we saw a beautiful female leopard walking out in the open and no other

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Great city tour with our guide Net yesterday and we also booked the experience with the Sapeurs which was so much fun. We were dancing with them then had street food for dinner there. Flying home tonight from Brazzaville… what an adventure!!! Saint Anne’s Basilica Womens Gallery with work of

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Jessica, her husband and her in-laws have a super, Southern African safari planned. Destination highlights include Victoria Falls, Savute and the Okavango Delta, the Cape Winelands, and the Savanna Private Game Reserve (bordering Kruger National Park). Moreover, they’re treating themselves to some truly luxurious accommodations, including Mombo Main Camp in

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Pre-Departure It’s not too often a guest gets this kind of an opportunity for such an immersive walking & canoeing safari experience. Zimbabwe & Zambia were chosen because they are prime destinations for these kinds of safaris. This ultimate reason for this is the quality of the countries’ private guides,

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Day 1 & 2: Tortilis Camp – Amboseli National Park After a night in Nairobi, Yejide took an early-morning charter flight to Amboseli. If you’re not an early riser, you should consider staying at the Tamarind Tree Hotel – it’s a 5-minute drive away from Nairobi Wilson Airport! Her first

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