Southern Africa Bush Tails

As we get ready for the 2011 season the waters of the Zambezi are high, with exceptional rains in the region the headwaters of the river are high and Lake Kariba is filling at a rapid rate. The flood gates have been open for over a month, and at one

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Office Trip Reports

Szilvia Hegyi –  Safari in Kenya and gorilla trekking in Rwanda 2011 After spending a night at the lovely House of Waine in Nairobi, we started our Kenyan safari in Amboseli where we spent time at Tortilis Camp and Tawi Lodge. Both Tortilis and Tawi Lodge a re located on

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Galloping Gnus Newsletter

An AAC safari is more than just game viewing! Some of the selected conservation and community projects that we passionately support are featured below. We are especially thrilled to assist students’ education as it is our hope they will continue a career in wildlife conservation or a tourism field. Wilderness Safaris in

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Cairo, Luxor, Aswan  and a 4 -night Nile Cruise  July 11-19, 2010 We ate dinner at the Khan el Khalili restaurant as we wanted something quick and simple. The menu had a nice mix of continental and ethnic cuisine. I enjoyed the kofta (lamb meatballs that are grilled) which was

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Office Trip Reports

Over the past two years, I have been reading trip report s from all of our clients. I always imagine myself in their place as they vividly describe their adventures and sightings. Not hing, and I mean nothing prepared me for my very own experience in the dark continent. Our

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A special safari this one – I had the pleasure of traveling with 3 Africa ‘˜virgins’ – my partner Sonia and our dearest friends Barbara and Steve. For those of us who have had the good fortune to have been on safari lready taking first timers is incredibly exciting –

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“Take it easy, but take it” These were the words most repeated by my guide over five days of mountain biking in Namibia this June. The Namibian desert in the northwest part of the country, better known as Damaraland, is an open book that reads like a story. The unique

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This vacation began with a text message ‘all of your flights are cancelled’¦..this is no joke’. The Iceland volcano was set to spoil a vacation that I planned for a year and a half. Thankfully I booked by my flights with AAC and Bill jumped into action and rebooked us

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Galloping Gnus Newsletter

For over 24 years The Africa Adventure Company (AAC) has continued to offer travelers an authentic safari experience. Our desire to have you see, feel and taste Africa means that you get off the standard tourist path and out into the bush. We frequently get calls from new clients explaining that

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Galloping Gnus Newsletter

Dear Safari Traveler: As I sit down to write this letter I reflect on the past 18 months and feel great success and satisfaction. Although it was a turbulent time in the middle of the world’s economic crisis, we stayed fluid to theconstantly changing safari industry. Our clients benefited with some of

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