East Africa Bush Tails

April 2014 – Congratulations to Mark Nolting of The Africa Adventure Company for his 11th year being selected as one of the 146 Top Travel Specialist by Conde Nast Traveler! We have been listed as their chosen Tour...

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Booking a safari with AAC is more than just game viewing; there is purpose to making a difference! We are very involved in many African communities, giving back to conservation projects, and supporting guides at grassroots level. At the community level we assist students'...

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Our Signature Photographic Safaris are exclusive AAC departures with select guides! We feature four “Signature Safaris” to Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Rwanda & Uganda, and Botswana. Top quality guides lead these trips to Africa’s Top Wildlife Countries! ...

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April 2014- We spotted lions and this was a great experience. The Wilberg were expressing to me that at home their favorite program on Nat Geo was the big cat diary! Seeing the lions close by was great to see and we spent time watching ...

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April 2014- We took out our cameras and not too far from us, we could see and hear a rustle in the bamboo. We followed the guides into the bamboo forest. First off all, we came across Shirimpumu, a very boisterous Blackback, soon to turn Silverback...

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April 2014:  AAC's Ian Flores, Alison and Mark Nolting, Lynne Glasgow and Elena Theodosiou share photo highlights and links to trip reports on their own recent adventures in Botswana, South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe...

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April 2014- The large male lion pictured here was having a mid-meal drink while feeding on a wildebeest kill. Lions gorge themselves when they make a kill. It is an instinctive insurance policy, as they have no way of knowing when and what their next meal will be ...

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April 2014- Little Jackline’s Life saved! Surgery for young children is still a challenge in rural Uganda where appropriate facilities and skills maybe inadequate. Success stories like the one below help demonstrate the importance of our services...

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April 2014- Olakira is still enjoying very good numbers of Wildebeest in the general Ndutu area; there are hundreds of babies with more being born daily, very exciting. The wildebeest are stretched from West of Naabi Gate all the way down to the Southern Ndutu area....

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April 2014- A rare sighting of an elephant on the plains – clearly having enjoyed a very good mud bath after the recent rain! The lions in the area have been very busy and many of our guests have had fantastic sightings. Nemasi, a collared lioness ...

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Photo Competition - November update Photo Competition Winners 2012  WILDLIFE - Eric Gurwin CLIENTS ON SAFARI - John Long SCENERY - Charles Mittman PEOPLE OF AFRICA - Gary Tratt

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April 2014 - Odzala sees the transition period from the short dry season to the short rainy season. Most of the wildlife is slowly coming back towards the bais and rivers after having migrated into the heart of the terra-firma forest looking for some of their favoured fruits. ..

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