2021 Fall Galloping Gnus Newsletter
Greetings AAC friends and family!
In the course of this past safari season, there has been a renewal across much of Africa.
Since our newsletter in April, we have launched our re-designed website, produced the 2022 Safari Planner, and announced our new 2022 Intriguing Places to Stay. These past months have been a renewal for Africa Adventure Company as well!
There have been challenges, however, we have shown just what can be achieved when we work as a team of genuine African Travel Specialists. We have had hundreds of clients traveling over the summer and fall, and they have reported in detail that in spite of Covid testing anxiety, there are opportunities to have wonderful trips! The client trip reports are some of the best I have heard in 35 Years of business.
High demand for African safaris has returned, and our seasoned Safari Specialists are standing by to successfully combine destinations and create phenomenal journeys that will change perspectives and create lifetime memories.
With travel to Africa back, each and every destination we use in our itineraries is tried, trusted and ready to receive guests right now. New bookings are coming in strong, and space is becoming limited in the best camps and lodges. So let’s work together to give you the best travel safari experiences ever!
In addition, please take a look at my Top 10 Trips. These “travelling with purpose” safaris ensure revenue directly flows into conservation and community projects. Our Top 12 Romantic Places are the dreamiest getaways, and our savvy travelers can continue to enjoy the blog series of Stay Longer, Stay Remoter offering some tantalizing, value-oriented safaris across the continent.
We hope you, your family and friends are looking to plan a safari in 2022 and beyond. Care of the land, wildlife and people will remain our true-north commitment, fully driven by our passionate desire to leave Africa a better place.
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