Galloping Gnus Newsletter

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Celebrating our 30 Years

What a milestone! The Africa Adventure Company kicked off celebrating our 30th anniversary early this year by attending several travel shows, meeting up with many past clients to share their countless adventures and stories.

I was able to express my passion in an interview with Wall Street Journal in New York where I discussed our commitment to creating ecotourism trips to Africa that help support important conservation efforts to protect wildlife.
We share in your excitement creating tailor made vacation experiences with top notch guides for small groups and independent travelers, including camps that are symbiotic with nature and their communities.
Enjoy viewing our various chapters in the road traveled thus far on our 30 Year Timeline!

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We dazzled at our 30th Anniversary
The Africa Adventure Company celebrated our actual 30th Anniversary on March 17th. Surrounded by 200 wonderful staff, friends and clients, we enjoyed South African wines and Kenyan beer on the patio of the Cinema Paradiso as we reminisced about past safaris and upcoming adventures. The highlight of the night was viewing the movie Vanishing Kings – Lions of the Namib, introduced by guest speaker James Currie, with his perfected lion roars! We want to thank all those who joined us.
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Trip Planning for August-October 2016

We still have a few spaces on our AAC Signature Group Departures. Top naturalist guides with extensive knowledge of their home countries lead the trips.



Tanzania Migration with Albert Nanyaro
Aug 30, Sep 06, Oct 02, @ $8,850.00
Okvango Delta with Brooks Kamanakao
Sep 07, Sep 20 @$11,395.00
Best of Cape Town and Kruger
October 05 @$5,375.00
Trekking Gorillas with Sula Iga
Sep 03 @ $9,150.00

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Announcing new Offerings

from Wilderness Safaris

    There have been a few new offerings on the

    safari table this year from Wilderness Safaris.
    The announcement that they have entered a
    partnership with Governor’s Camps in Kenya
    and Rwanda has extended their brand into
    East Africa. They have also introduced some
    great new privately guided Group Exploration
    trips in Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe.


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Supporting Conservation

Efforts with Tourism 

    More and more travelers want to hear about

the conservation and protection of East Africa’s
  wildlife. Specialist groups are always interested
  in meeting local researchers in addition to the
  daily game drives. Several Serengeti and Maasai
  Mara camps offer participation to clients to hear
    about the conservation projects and their pursuit
of protecting the wilderness.
5 projects in Kenya and Tanzania…
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