East Africa Bush Tails

July 2014 – The Africa Adventure Company is proud of the reputation we have earned on the African continent over the past 28 years. We continue to offer the best value prices and best personal service and would love to work with you to plan and book your “safari of a lifetime” experience!

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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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July 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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July 2014- Sabyinyo Group: Historically this group is the easiest to trek. It is lead by “Guhonda” who is the heaviest silverback in the area. Guhonda is not so easy going and has been known to charge but he is just bluffing....

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July 2014:  AAC's Kerry Purcell,  Cinthia Lherisson and Tony Gray report on recent safaris.  Ian Flores, Alison and Mark Nolting, Lynne Glasgow and Elena Theodosiou share photo highlights and links to their recent trip reports on adventures in Botswana, South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe...

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July 2014-These gorgeous young lions are offspring of the Butamtam pride at Singita Grumeti in Tanzania. These lions are healthy breeders; over the past two years one of the major prides got so big that it split into two...all of their cubs have higher than usual survival rates which is wonderful to hear...

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July 2014-  Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, Uganda:  The Rushegura Group—Buhoma - Gorilla Forest Camp side reports one Silverback, two black-back, four adult females, two sub-adults, two juveniles and four Infants...

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July 2014- Our migration Monday update comes to us this week from our two camps Sayari Camp and Olakira Camp both situated in the Northern Serengeti, Kogatende. There has been a lot of action this past week as the camps, guests and guides witnessed the first big Mara river crossings...

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July 2014-  A group of Dwarf mongooses have established their home at Mara Bush Camp. The Dwarf Mongoose is the smallest African mongoose. These little and cute animals are very useful as they feeds on insects, snakes, lizards, birds, rodents, fruit and eggs...

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2014 Photo Competition Winners- WILDLIFE: Tim Kuhn CLIENTS ON SAFARI: Ray and Barbara Arvay & Lucy Steinitz SCENERY: Annie Beharry PEOPLE OF AFRICA: Marcos Wettreich BIRDS: Darlene Knott and our new PORTFOLIO OF PHOTOS winners - Chris Swindal & Eric Gurwin

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