AAC Staff in Cape Town, South Africa
Greetings from Cape Town! Szilvia Hegyi (Senior Safari Consultant) and Rhoda Barnett (Senior Sales Assistant) are currently visiting Africa’s most beautiful city and exploring the hottest hotels, tours and restaurants. They have enjoyed staying at Tinstwalo – which sits perched on the bay with stunning views. A trip up Table Mountain is a must and they were blessed with gorgeous weather.
Stay tuned as Szilvia and Rhoda continue to the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve for the thrill of Big Five game viewing as well as visits to several new camps and lodges.
Updates from Szilvia and Rhoda safari in South Africa
And the adventure continues for Szilvia Hegyi and Rhoda Barnett, our intrepid AAC staff, as they travel to Tintswalo Safari Lodge. Located on the Manyeleti Private Game Reserve in South Africa, they have enjoyed Big Five game viewing, great accommodations and delicious cuisine. Tintswalo offers wonderful value and includes nice size rooms, “loos with a view” and private plunge pools. The expansive shaded deck is the idealplace for to enjoy lunch and some close encounters with visiting game.
Our team reported fantastic game viewing including 3 sightings of rhinos, active lions: 5 female with 5 seven months old cubs hanging out then drinking which was great, then to top the morning a pack of 12 wild dogs who our guide hopes will go on a hunt tonight. And the best part – they saw almost no other vehicles!
Stay tuned as Szilvia and Rhoda continue their adventure in South Africa.
Paradise Found – Azura Resort on Mozambique’s Benguerra Island
It is the end of the adventure for our staff members, Szilvia Hegyi and Rhoda Barnett. They have enjoyed the last two days at the stunning Azura Resort on Benguerra Island, Mozambique. Describing it as “paradise,” they have experienced stunning beaches, decadent accommodations and delicious tropical cuisine. The team at Azura is delighted to arrange a host of activities from beachfront barbeques to snorkeling, village visits and dhow cruises.
The resort is easily accessible from South Africa’s Mpumalanga Airport (the jumping off point for the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserves) to Mozambique’s Vilanculos Airport and makes it the perfect compliment to a Big Five safari. A short helicopter flight is a scenic introduction to your phenomenal stay at Azura.