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.
Our 15th Annual Photographic Competition Winners!
Wildlife – Dylan Lee – Sundowner at a Hwange waterhole
Clients on Safari – Irene Cavatore – up close and personal
People of Africa – Ronnie Goyette – Arusha Farmer’s Market
Portfolio of Photos - Stacie Brink, Southern Africa
Portfolio of Photos - Michael Shepard, East Africa
Trip Planning for August-October 2016
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.
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.
Active Experiences for the
10 ways to tread lightly on the environmnet.
Biking the Backroads at Mashatu; Walking up
close and personal with wild elephants in Mana
Pools; Trekking gorillas in the mist; Tracking
rhino and climbing to caves; Hiking the lower
Kilimanjaro slopes, calderas at Ngorongoro
Crater or Table Mountain in the Cape; White-
water rafting the Zambezi River. Read more...
Why Drought is Not Always a
Around the world, our planet is experiencing
the effects of El Nino, including drought in
many countries. The first thought is always:
what will happen to the wildlife in times of
drought? And is it always a bad thing? Map
Ives shares his thoughts on how this impacts
on wildlife in seasonal weather patterns of a
green or dry season. Read more...
East Africa Bushtail Reports
Our client's comments from Jan-Mar 2016,
sharing some awesome and exciting
happenings including meeting photographer
Jonathan Scott. Read more...
Southern Africa Reports
Jan-Mar 2016 feedback from clients on many
camps, their guides and amazing wildlife
sightings including meeting Flip Sanders in
the Skeleton Coast. Read more...
Don’t miss our Spring Newsletter, featuring:
AAC’s 30th Anniversary Then and Now Timeline! (1986-2016)
Announcing our Photographic Competition Winners!
Reminder to send in your photos by January 18 from 2015 travel.
Winners receive 10% discount.