Office Trip Reports
Part #3 of Notebook from Botswana. Here is Alison’s insider look at this unique Wilderness Safaris camp: Meeting the elephants at Abu Camp was one of the most incredible wildlife encounters I’ve had in the bush. Although I’ve ridden elephants many years ago at Amalinda Camp near Matobo Hills, nothing
Here is part #2 of Alison’s epic journey to Botswana at Wilderness Safaris Mombo, Vumbura, Chitabe Lediba, and Abu camps, led by one of AAC’s favorite guides, Brooks. My adventure started as soon as I landed, when I was met by Brooks who would be my specialist guide to the four different
Alison is just back from the wilds of the African bush and is sharing her insider look at the newest and most chic lodge in Zimbabwe, Wilderness Safaris Linkwasha Camp: Linkwasha lies in Hwange’s south-eastern corner, on a private Concession. Situated on the same site as the old Linkwasha, the camp is
Tanzania Guide of the Year Dec 01 – Mark Nolting was on hand in Arusha yesterday to announce George Mollel (far right) as the 2014 Tanzania Guide of the Year! Past winners Mkenda and Hillary were there to congratulate him. Recent clients who havepraised his skills include the Roeslers, Hermans,
Shared Mobile Tented Safari to Moremi and the Khwai Concession Program highlights: – Enjoy an exclusive experience within the Khwai Concession (bordering the Okavango Delta) and the Moremi Reserve. – This safari is paced for those who really want to concentrate on photography and game viewing from a vehicle.
Listening to an interesting story of the fig tree with spiritual powers. Building our Swahili vocabulary with words such as jambo, karibu, and asante sana. Falling asleep to the voice and sounds of Africa, the roar of a lion, and the whooping of hyena; most distinctive noises of the African
Plains and Primates Through The Looking Glass: Experiences in The Serengeti and Rwanda by Ian Flores
This trip was planned to get me to the plains of the northern Serengeti in September and off to see the primates in Rwanda for two gorilla treks. This trip could not have been more action packed from a game-viewing or experiential perspective. PLAINS OF THE SERENGETI I arrived into
Our safari to Zimbabwe started with an overnight at the African Rock Hotel in Johannesburg. The hotel is in close proximity to the airport and a great option for overnight stays. The staff was friendly and the food was great! After a delicious breakfast we were ready to start our
Kerry Purcell & Cinthia Lherisson in South Africa – May 2014 This was Cinthia’s first trip to Africa and Kerry was heading ‘home’ after being away for 6 years so when we heard the news about our South Africa safari we were beyond excited to say the least. We flew
Alison and Nicholas Nolting / Susan and Elizabeth Clemons / Anne and Caitlin Hampton Matobo Hills and Hwange – Zimbabwe is a country rich in wildlife and pristine ecological surroundings, one of the few places in the world where it’s possible to see the Big 5 in pristine wildlife areas.