Southern Africa Bush Tails
You don’t have to be an avian expert in order to enjoy birding in Africa. It’s a daunting task, even for a seasoned birder: about 2100 species have been recorded in sub-Saharan Africa, 1400 of which reside nowhere else in the world! Even more unbelievable: some reserves and parks have
At the Africa Adventure Company, our first-time clients will most often visit either Tanzania or Botswana.
But of course, this is no way implying that your options are limited to these two countries. AAC prides itself on both the quality and diversity of experiences we offer our clients: take a look at some of our many itineraries here. Or if you’re looking for even more customization, give one of our safari consultants a call.
For the more active travelers or those who want to feel connected to the African soil underneath their feet, nothing compares to a walking safari or hiking adventure. With trained guides leading the way, you’ll experience sightings of wildlife, scenery and historical sites in a whole new way! So, in
June 2019 – In a collaboration led by Botswana’s Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP), the Wilderness Wildlife Trust, with generous support from its donors, and Wilderness Safaris have contributed to the funding of the most recent rhino conservation operation in the country, bringing together ecotourism companies, NGOs and
At AAC, we are privileged to plan safari adventures for our clients in wild, open ecosystems. The beauty of this is that these environments offer varying experiences based on natural, annual cycles and seasons. This is seldom truer than in the dynamic Okavango Delta. We would like to highlight some
Two spots available on the July 11 Zimbabwe safari departure with Mark Nolting as trip leader. Includes four days with Nick Murray guiding in his beloved Mana Pools. Click below to read beautiful memories from Mark’s trip in 2018 where the plan evolved for this exclusive group safari. Click on
For travelers who want to feel connected to the earth beneath their feet, nothing compares to a walking safari or hiking adventure in Africa. Approaching wild animals on foot attunes all your senses in a way you don’t often experience on a vehicle. The sights, smells and sounds become more
So we considered the places we’d choose to be, and when we’d choose to be there (and with whom) over the next year. We came up with 12 itineraries with limited capacity (generally 6 guests per trip) that take in some truly spectacular destinations – of course with all proceeds
Presenting three of our favourite – Luangwa Walking Safaris Walking safaris were first pioneered in this park by Norman Carr, and are conducted by a licensed walking guide accompanied by an armed national parks game scout. Most lodges and camps offer morning and afternoon walks. Multi-day walks are also offered,