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2014, Clients on Safari
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Watching giraffes and zebras grazing as the sun was setting on Tarangire Park was truly an amazing scene. One that my son and I will never forget.- Tom & William BeachPaul & Pamela Bosch -  We were very excited to be able to walk among the animals as we set off for a late afternoon walk from the Maramboi Tented Camp.  A local Maasai tribe was our guide and he was interesting to talk to. (Rift Valley, Tanzania)During a walking safari in Tanzania’s Ruaha National Park, Carrie Burhenn aims her camera while husband David Pinkernell hands his camera to the Park Ranger to capture this special moment on film.
Posing with their Maasai guides and tracker, Sonya and Tim Carr enjoy game viewing in Amboseli National Park, Kenya.Irene Cavatore experiences a once-in-a-lifetime moment with two elephants at Ndarakwai Ranch, Tanzania.The most decadent picnic on the Ngorongoro Crater floor after an amazing morning game drive (The Choy-Vonceil families).
A special sundowner during their Tanzanian safari, the Claudia Choy and Yara Vonceil families enjoy the traditional cocktail time.Gerry Coscia enjoys an afternoon of fishing on the Chobe River (Botswana).Celebrating her 40th birthday in style, Meredith Craft has an unforgetable birthday in Botswana and Livingstone, Zambia.
The Sadasivan family gathers at the lookout point of the Ngorongoro Crater, TanzaniaJim and Jean Dunning and Linda and Don Flynn (left to right) begin their first day on safari at Little Makalolo Camp in Hwange, Zimbabwe.  Let the adventure begin!Anna Meek and Jeannett Dilley pose with their guide, Dee, during their East African safari to Kenya and Tanzania.
Anna Meek prepares to board her scheduled charter flight as she flies from the Serengeti to Maasai Mara (Look at those nice AAC bags!)The elephant experience was wonderful for Peg and Gerald Fearon!  The guide was very informative, the ride was so much fun and the breakfast topped off a beautiful morning!This special Sundowner for Glenda and Al Hallden was set up by the river and then followed by a romantic lantern-lit dinner-for-two in Narina Lodge’s courtyard (Sabi Sand, South Africa)
Bill Harker and Roberta Richter enjoy a Botswana flying safari staying at the Kwando Safaris portfolio of camps.Enjoying some relaxation time on the 'Great Wilderness' safari in Botswana, Judith Helgeson watches a herd of elephants in the Khwai Concession.The Van Buren group sets off on a mokoro adventure in Botswana’s Okavango Delta.
Sundowners are served in style for the Van Buren group in the Linyanti Reserve (Botswana).This was our first Safari Sundowner taken at Vumbura Plains in the Okavango Delta and holds a special place in our hearts.  Standing order left to right:  David Lauer, Kathy Hocking, Lauren Dickman, Steve Pfiffer, Rick TullisStanding on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, Samantha Marshall and Phillip Hurst get ready to enjoy a full day of Big Five game viewing.
Samantha Marshall and Phillip Hurst prepare for a sunrise balloon safari over Tanzania’s Serengeti plains.The Izzo Family shares an iconic moment on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater during their safari in Tanzania.Thumbs Up! Thomas Jager and the children of the Emboreet School share a fun moment during their visit (Tarangire, Tanzania)
A highlight of their family safari in Tanzania, Sophia Jager shows her arrow shooting skills to the Hadzi Budhmen in Lake Eyasi.Tyler Jager tries to out-jump his father, Thomas, during a ceremony with local Maasai in Tanzania.Enjoying a dhow cruise off Zanzibar's coast, the Jager family ends their African adventure with smiles and lifelong memories.
The Jager family bid farewell to the Serengeti Shared Safari Camp staff, where they enjoyed three nights mobile camping.Megan James and Andrew Matthews on the edge of Victoria Falls, 'The Smoke that Thunders'.A coffee break during a game drive in the Okavango Delta, Laura Joeckel (in pink) gets to know her guide and other safariers.
Laura Joeckel has a romantic dinner with her husband at Vumbura Plains, Okavango Delta (Botswana).Frank and Joanne Johnson thoroughly enjoyed the safari and in particular, the opportunity to photograph the scenery and the animals (mokoro ride in the Okavango Delta, Botswana).Esther Gwekwerere (pictured left, AAC’s exclusive guide in Victoria Falls) shares her insights of the history, the geography, and the nature of Victoria Falls with Betsy Kloske.  Everything they had got wet, but it was exciting!
Marilyn Krantz finishes her Botswana safari with a visit to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.Mike & Pamela Lannon had the wonderful opportunity of spending time with students at the Jabulani School in Zimbabwe, where some students travel 20 km to school. We shared school supplies that we brought from students in our home school district.Larry Lippold enjoys a 'sundowner' during his stay at Kwando Lebala Camp in the heart of the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
After a busy morning photographing local wildlife, Mary Lippold relaxes on the comfortable private sundeck of her safari tent, watching a small herd of impala and a family of warthogs wander by.Visiting the Giraffe Center in Nairobi, Kristina London hand feeds a Rothchild giraffe.Kris Matarrese shares a moment with a lioness retreating from the mid-day sun and taking refuge in the shade of her safari vehicle. “It was an amazing opportunity and gave us an African tale we shall never grow tired of telling!” (Ngorongoro Crater)
Belinda Mathews and her Tanzanian safari guide, George Killas – 'He was an educated, polite, knowledgeable, and pleasant safari guide. It was a great trip!'Helen and Porter McRoberts in Sossusvlei, Namibia admiring a giant weavers nest.Lisa Ornstein joins AAC’s Uganda and Rwanda 14-Day Primates and Plains Group Safari. 'Gorilla trekking exceeded my expectations! The gorillas were breathtaking – the sheer power and grace of these animals…amazing!'
Kathy Parakin pauses with a silverback gorilla during her trekking in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park.'There were so many highlights during our safari in Kenya! From the animals we saw, the people we met and the delicious food we ate,' Jim and Kathy ParakinRon & Sharon Roesler pose with two young Maasai.  The makeup signals they were newly circumcised and were now considered young warriors in their family.
Tovia Rosner and Daisy Rosner dance with the students during their visit to the Esilalei School, in the heart of Maasai land. (near Lake Manyara, Tanzania)Ed Callen focuses on a lemur during his visit to Berenty Reserve, Madagascar'My entire experience in Tanzania and Rwanda was amazing.  Nothing however will beat the experience of being out among the gorillas. It was a most exhilarating experience,  one that will stay with me the rest of my life!' Mike Schnitzer
One of Tony Scoville’s safari highlights was in Mana Pools where Nick Murray pulled their canoes within 15 feet of the elephants feeding on the water hyacinths. Wow!Mary Scoville takes a break from canoeing for a little R&R in the Zambezi River. (Mana Pools, Zimbabwe)Tony and Mary Scoville, with guide Nick Murray and the rest of the group from AAC's 'Eyes on Elephant' safari enjoy breakfast in the Zambezi River. (Mana Pools, Zimbabwe)
Laurie Sharkus, Nancy Strailey, Charlotte Shope enjoy sundowners in the African moonlight. Yes, Africa is truly 'Heaven on Earth!' (Mashatu Game Reserve, Botswana)A wonderful dinner in the bush, Skip and Linda Shipman and Alan and Diane Lutz join their guide, Fortune, at Pamushana, Zimbabwe.Jennifer Steck enjoys the late afternoon sun and crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean near Hermanus, South Africa.
Many of my favorite photos of the trip included the lines and shadows of the dunes of Sossusvlei. The early morning light was perfect and I enjoyed watching the view change from minute to minute. – Jennifer SteckDebra Stevens gets hugs from Naladi, the newest member of the Abu herd about a week before the orphaned 6 month old was re-introduced to the Abu herd in May, 2014. (Okavango Delta, Botswana)Part of the excitement for us was that each day was different from the rest. You never knew what you would see, adding to the excitement. We credit our wonderful guides in Kenya and Tanzania for placing us where the action was.' Joan & John Tarsha
Oliver's Camp Guide Louis teaches Suzy and Ewald Wiberg about termite mounds in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania. Louis estimated that this particular mound was easily over 100 years old and extended well below the ground.Following a sunrise hot air balloon ride over the Maasai Mara, Suzy and Ewald Wiberg enjoy a champagne toast before the delicious breakfast.No safari experience is complete until you participate in a welcome dance with native Maasai women. Denise Hsu, Hasmik Yacoubian and Susan Steinfeld enjoy their adventure in Tanzania.