Galloping Gnus Newsletter

Tanzania Scholarships: We have an education fund for over 35 children of the Tanzania guides who take our clients on safari.    Kenya Schools and Scholarships: AAC has an ongoing sponsorship commitment of four years for high school students at the Moi High School near Tsavo (Kenya). We also sponsor a Maasai Camp assistant

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Southern Africa Bush Tails

There have been some amazing specials as incentive to travel in Botswana ’s Green Season: November thru mid-April. This is the Wet season when there is more daily rain, and afternoon and overnight thunderstorms are to be expected. Ironically, this is also the low flooding season as the waters have

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Office Trip Reports

January 2014 There have been some amazing specials as incentive to travel in Botswana ’s Green Season: November thru mid-April. This is the Wet season when there is more daily rain, and afternoon and overnight thunderstorms are to be expected. Ironically, this is also the low flooding season as the

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Southern Africa Bush Tails

Desert Rhino Camp Weather This month we have been dominated, on a number of mornings, by easterly winds and we have noticed that as July approaches the days and nights are getting colder. The landscape is slowly showing its true desert features as we move towards the heart of the

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East Africa Bush Tails

Ephata was with the Stratton party. They enjoyed their night at Shangazi House resting from their long travels. They departed Shangazi house and passed by Arusha town and proceed through the Maasai steppe land having the chance to see both livestock, and the Masai Boma’s and enjoy the beautiful landscape.

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Southern Africa Bush Tails

Damaraland Camp  We are extremely proud of our partnership with the community of the Torra Conservancy at Damaraland Camp and of our ongoing commitment to ecotourism in Namibia”, says Rob Moffett of Wilderness Safaris. “Our country’s unique model of conservation, community development and tourism is setting a global standard in

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Southern Africa Bush Tails

Weather and Landscape Hwange continues to live up to its reputation of unpredictable weather. A few mornings have been a bit chilly – we assume it’s a warning that winter might be a bit harsh. On the other hand, the afternoons have been also rather hot for this time of

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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

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

AAC stands out among our competitors for a variety of reasons but the biggest might be our guides. Undoubtedly some of the best on the continent, our guides are hand selected and matched to our clients’ personalities and game viewing preferences. Bird lovers in Kenya placed with a top ornithologist; black rhino

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