Office Trip Reports
Plains and Primates Through The Looking Glass: Experiences in The Serengeti and Rwanda by Ian Flores
This trip was planned to get me to the plains of the northern Serengeti in September and off to see the primates in Rwanda for two gorilla treks. This trip could not have been more action packed from a game-viewing or experiential perspective. PLAINS OF THE SERENGETI I arrived into
Our safari to Zimbabwe started with an overnight at the African Rock Hotel in Johannesburg. The hotel is in close proximity to the airport and a great option for overnight stays. The staff was friendly and the food was great! After a delicious breakfast we were ready to start our
Kerry Purcell & Cinthia Lherisson in South Africa – May 2014 This was Cinthia’s first trip to Africa and Kerry was heading ‘home’ after being away for 6 years so when we heard the news about our South Africa safari we were beyond excited to say the least. We flew
Alison and Nicholas Nolting / Susan and Elizabeth Clemons / Anne and Caitlin Hampton Matobo Hills and Hwange – Zimbabwe is a country rich in wildlife and pristine ecological surroundings, one of the few places in the world where it’s possible to see the Big 5 in pristine wildlife areas.
South Africa 2013 Mark and I cemented key partnerships in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg. The weather was stunning with meals enjoyed outside with stunning ocean views and green, lush vineyards. We were there for two weddings – and the funeral of leader Nelson Mandela. – by: Alison Nolting
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
October 2013 After a couple of nights spent in Nairobi and inspecting some properties, we both agreed that the new Hemmingway’s is definitely a fantastic addition to Nairobi’s accommodations. We spent a wonderful overnight at Giraffe Manor (every bit as beautiful as one would imagine) and then we were off
The AAC team of Saskia De Gouveia, Monica Kowalski, Karen Liza, Jessica Fraser and Sarah Taylor with their fantastic guide, Hillary Mandia ITINERARY Our Guide – Hillary Mandia On arrival at Kilimanjaro we were greeted by a beaming Hillary. His appearance was immaculate, neatly pressed and proudly wearing his AAC
Mark had a fabulous trip to Mana Pools where he had some exciting elephant and painted dog encounters on foot, as well as to Botswana for its world famous game viewing including one of the best leopard sightings he has ever had.
Alison spent almost 3 weeks in Zimbabwe, visiting the Mother Africa projects in Matobo Hills and the Children in the Wilderness communities near Hwange. The group comprised of 3 mothers, and their respective children of 23, 17 and 16 years.