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East Africa Bush TailsStay Longer, Stay Remoter

In the region of Laikipia located in Kenya’s far north, the scenery and wildlife to be seen and the experiences to be had are enchantingly unique. Far removed from the oft-visited Maasai Mara Reserve and Amboseli National Park, Laikipia is a place where the safari experience “slows down.”

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According to AAC's ConsultantsSouthern AfricaSouthern Africa Bush TailsStay Longer, Stay RemoterUncategorized

When news broke this week that two coal mining concessions within Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park had been granted, the Zimbabwean safari industry and environmentalists swiftly responded. They condemned the Zimbabwean government for granting the concessions without due process, and implored them to reconsider the immense negative impact coal mining would

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According to AAC's ConsultantsOffice Trip ReportsSouthern AfricaSouthern Africa Bush TailsStay Longer, Stay Remoter

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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Southern Africa Bush TailsStay Longer, Stay Remoter

Nestled in Botswana’s easternmost point, Mashatu Game Reserve lies at the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe Rivers. The landscape is a mix of open plains, grassland, riverine forests, rocky hills, marshland, and majestic sandstone ridges that are unlike anything else in Botswana. Mashatu’s unique combination of year-round fresh water

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According to AAC's ConsultantsEast Africa Bush TailsStay Longer, Stay Remoter

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

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According to AAC's ConsultantsSouthern Africa Bush TailsStay Longer, Stay Remoter

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

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According to AAC's ConsultantsSouthern Africa Bush TailsStay Longer, Stay Remoter

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

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