Southern Africa Bush Tails
Trip overview of our AAC Group Photographic Exploration Safari to Botswana In the words of Ona Basimane…. “Being the first for me photographic guiding, the trip was a major success. All AAC clients had been to East Africa, and Jim Kubalik had also been to Botswana before. They were all
A recap of October 2015 Getting to know the Gowrie males – A story by ranger Greg Baldwin While I was expecting to see the morose bodies of two lionesses lying next to the carcass, I wasn’t surprised to see a male lion next to the carcass. Grabbing my binoculars
6-hour TV Series begins airing on PBS Sept 22nd Over the past two years, a team of filmmakers has been documenting the restoration effort in Gorongosa Park for a 6-hour series that provides an unprecedented, in-depth look at the inspiring work of saving this park. This landmark series is called
We think World Rhino Day is truly everyday here at AAC. We’re passionate about protecting these amazing wild animals and supporting organizations and safari camps that put their conservation as a top priority. To celebrate World Rhino Day, Alison looks back at her and Mark’s lifetime of incredible rhino encounters
Unbeatable prices at 29 Wilderness Safaris camps and a diverse range of experiences to mix and match. 3 Botswana camps added (Little Mombo, Chitabe and Chitabe Lediba). Click on the following program to enjoy our specials from November through March. 12-Day Botswana Wilderness Wing (Classic Camps Nov-Mar).
Kwara Concession It’s hard not to get tied up in the events that surround the animals that we see every day. It’s human nature to ‘reflect’ our emotions and interpretations of behaviour onto the animals. Some days, it just feels like you are in the middle of a soap opera.
We are all saddened to hear about the death of Cecil, a regal 13-year-old lion who lived in Hwange National Park in northern Zimbabwe and who was part of a large conservation-minded study of lions in the area. This is a very unfortunate situation and underscores the importance of the
Dear Friends, First things first – Conde Nast Traveler has just acknowledged Chiawa Camp as one of Africa’s Top Twenty Safari Camps & Lodges, and one of only two from Zambia that made the esteemed list. I am breaking with tradition…and sharing some recent photos from a client…..”A much-travelled Morag was
Wilderness Safaris has just completed the largest ever translocation of black rhino to Botswana. So happy Independence to the rhino that will now be roaming freely and safely through the Okavango under the watchful eye of the Botswana Defence Force. This has been a partnership with the Botswana, Zimbabwe and
Chobe Game Lodge, the flagship lodge of Desert and Delta Safari in Botswana, has achieved what everyone thought impossible – a full team of 14 female guides — the only all-female safari team in Africa. In 2005, there were only two female guides in the 12 member team at Chobe, and