Mark Nolting, President of AAC, together with Kyle Witten and Szilvia Hegyi are all set up and ready to meet and chat with you at the NYTTS – come along on Saturday or Sunday to meet them, and hear first-hand about the exciting new camps, lodges, hotels and safari programs
Get ready to do some armchair traveling with our three recommendations; 2 books to read of African adventures written by a local guide and 2 past AAC travelers. First up, Lloyd Camp’s Africa Bites: Scrapes and Escapes in the African Bush. We first met Lloyd when he was guiding at
at is on your Bucket List? The AAC team has highlighted a preferred clientele of guides and invite you to consider taking one of the scheduled privately escorted safaris, or put your own trip together. 1. African Private Air Safari at Great Plains – 12 nights at 4 camps
Welcome back Monica! We are thrilled to share some photos from Monica’s Family Safari to Tanzania. She visited Ngorongoro, central and northern Serengeti and Ruaha. In the words of Monica’s family friends, Ann and Walter, who were travel companions through Tanzania: “Every day was so special and we cannot really
Travel + Leisure’s 14th annual A-List showcases the best specialists in the business—the people who have firsthand knowledge of destinations on the rise, can get you into sold-out hotels, and provide the best insider travel tips. We are thrilled and honored that Mark Nolting remains on the list once again with
We recently celebrated our housewarming with more than 100 clients, including Guest Speaker, Map Ives, the National Rhino Coordinator for Botswana. The Wilderness Safaris team joined us all the way from Africa to help us celebrate and to share with us an exciting presentation on rhino conservation. This year marked
We’re thrilled to announce that Africa Adventure Company has won a coveted Travel & Leisure’s World’s Best Award for 2015 as one of the World’s Best Safari Outfitters! AAC President Mark Nolting says: “It’s our clients that make us what we are. And we’re so incredibly thankful that they continue to
Last Friday our AAC Staff celebrated Fourth of July with a “United We Stand” gathering. Alison Nolting recognised milestones for a few members of the tribe. Karen Liza has racked up 18 years with us, and Kyle Witten and Cinthia Lherisson – 10 years a piece. Onward and upwards!