Southern Africa Bush Tails
We have some incredibly exciting news! For the first time, Alison Nolting has been recognized as one of Condé Nast Traveler’s Top Travel Specialists! She joins her husband Mark on this prestigious list.
1) A Remote Wilderness In Zimbabwe’s southeastern corner lies more than 750,000 acres of privately owned wilderness. Unlike national parks, there’s only a limited number of guests allowed. Going on safari in the Savé Valley Conservancy seems like you have your own little slice of wilderness all to yourself! Environment
Kwando – August – October 2020 Update Kwara Reserve OCTOBER 2020 One morning, whilst waiting for guests to arrive for breakfast, we noticed signs that wild dogs had been chasing impala in front of camp. Almost immediately, our tracker called to say that the dogs were on a kill next
As South Africa’s – and Botswana’s – borders reopen, now is the perfect time to rediscover some of Africa’s most pristine wilderness areas. Zimbabwe, Namibia, Zambia and Rwanda’s borders are open too, and residents of all countries are now welcome in South Africa. Air access is also opening up, with
Can you travel to East and Southern Africa right now? The answer is absolutely yes – but with varying requirements on a country by country basis. The following is a condensed version of the Condé Nast Traveler’s article A Guide to How African Countries are Reopening, focusing on countries in
October 2020 Update from Vundu Camp and Bushlife Dear Friends, Wow – Nick got featured by BBC News in an article on his conservation work this weekend! It’s a very positive article and we are so proud of our rangers, as well as the Zimbabwe National Parks rangers, whose daily dedication
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
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
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.