Congratulations to Mark Nolting for Travel + Leisure recognizing him as one of there “A-List” Travel Advisors! To learn more about why Mark was included in 2020’s list, click the photo below.
Masai Mara Weather and Wildlife: September 2020 While the Mara may be quieter than usual in terms of guests, for the wildlife September has been anything but. The wildebeest migration continued as dramatically as ever, while mating lions have been found behind almost every rock – and their successful efforts
Hi AAC! Sep 25 – Our first day is great in Tarangire. We enjoyed seeing lot of elephants some of them came very close to our vehicle and also we saw four Serval cats and they like birds too they took lots of pictures. Rae and Jim are very happy
Whether you’re commemorating an anniversary or going on honeymoon, Africa has several alluring options, including romantic safari camps in the bush, beach villas and even a vineyard in the Cape Winelands. Here are the dreamiest romantic getaways in Africa, curated by the safari experts here at AAC. 1) La Residence
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
Kwando – July 2020 Update We were delighted to have an abundant flood arrive after a drought season and this filled the lagoon in front of Kwara camp for the first time since reopening. The team were only too happy to move the mekoros back to camp so the activity
Last week, we asked our Facebook followers this very question. The amount of responses we received overwhelmed us! The variety of destinations and the reasons behind their selections reflects one important fact: no two clients are the same, and so customizing each an ideal safari is different as well! We
Mkenda, one of our clients’ favorite private guides, has an update for us from Tanzania! “The Wida family arrived this weekend and are doing well! While in Tarangire, we’ve seen lots of elephants, 6 lions, monitor lizard, bat-eared fox and a genet. We even saw a cheetah, so lucky to
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.
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,