Southern Africa Bush Tails
One of the hallmarks of the safari experience is “remoteness.” In many of Africa’s wildernesses, it can seem like safari-goers have it all to themselves. The areas that offer this kind of exclusivity not only enhance the thrills and wonders of the safari experience, but can also allay concerns from
Dear Friends Please enjoy a recent webinar on the Wilderness Safaris Rwanda experiences at Bisate Lodge and Magashi Camp. We hope you find this phenomenal wilderness as inspiring as they do on a daily basis. The communities, gorillas and wildlife look forward to hosting and seeing you in person in the
Today is Earth Day, a day that commemorates environmental advocacy, education and volunteering. Such efforts have resulted in many conservation success stories throughout Africa’s wildlife areas. But to many, they feel powerless to affect change in a world on lockdown. To make matters worse, many conservation and eco-tourism organizations are
Flood Waters Return to the Okavango Delta April 2020 – It is a truly wondrous thing that the cycle of nature continues regardless, despite what may be happening in the world. After a challenging, but not necessarily unusually dry year in the Okavango Delta, the annual inundation has finally arrived.
February is a magical month in Cape Town. The wind dies down, the intensity of January heat mellows out into warmth, and all around, people soak up the summer swansong. It is also during this time of year that our grapes ripen to their sweetest and wine farms everywhere host
For the Africa Adventure Company’s 2020 Safari Planner, we made a list of 20 Intriguing Lodges & Camps for 2020! The accommodations included in this list are equally divided between East and Southern Africa, and possess at least one of the following attributes: they’re brand-new, newly renovated, or just simply
In Part #2, we will be comparing the cultural, game viewing and recreational experiences of Tanzania and Botswana. For more insight on each country’s wildlife, scenery and/or the game driving experience, you should click on the following link: Where Should I Go on my First Safari: Tanzania or Botswana? Click
You don’t have to be an avian expert in order to enjoy birding in Africa. It’s a daunting task, even for a seasoned birder: about 2100 species have been recorded in sub-Saharan Africa, 1400 of which reside nowhere else in the world! Even more unbelievable: some reserves and parks have
At the Africa Adventure Company, our first-time clients will most often visit either Tanzania or Botswana.
But of course, this is no way implying that your options are limited to these two countries. AAC prides itself on both the quality and diversity of experiences we offer our clients: take a look at some of our many itineraries here. Or if you’re looking for even more customization, give one of our safari consultants a call.