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EVENT: Learn to Plan a Trip to Africa Like a Pro!

Posted by Adventure 16 | 04.13.2017
Victoria Falls

 

Whether you’ve visited Africa many times or have never stepped foot on the continent, if you love adventure and have ever dreamed of exploring this beautiful part of the world you’re guaranteed to leave feeling inspired.


Lion and his cub                                                                                      Maasai family dancing

Learn how to plan a trip to Africa like a pro. Get insider tips on what to do, where to go, what gear to pack, how to get off the beaten track, and discover adrenaline-fueled activities you never knew you do could in Africa, from mountainous climbs to primate treks, canoe safaris and even marathons.

Okavango Delta Botswana


Join Africa Experts John and Annie as they share their passion for Africa’s wildlife, people and activities in a fun, interactive session, answering all of your questions as they go.

HAPPY HALF-HOUR: 6:30pm; PRESENTATION: 7:00pm
Tuesday, May 23: A16 Solana Beach Store
Wednesday, May 24: A16 San Diego Store
Thursday, May 25: A16 West Los Angeles Store


ABOUT JOHN SPENCE

Once a white water rafting guide on the world-renowned rapids of the Zambezi River, John’s first encounter of Africa was as a mixologist in a Cape Town cocktail bar. It was the beginning of a life-long love affair with the continent—a passion that has grown across countless journeys on horseback, by canoe, light aircraft, on foot, and behind the wheel of a car.

John, President of Scott Dunn USA, has been designing one-of-a-kind trips for guests all over the world ever since. His love of Africa and adventure is infectious so whether you want to know where to find tree-climbing lions in Uganda and Tanzania, spot endangered black rhino in Kenya, or find out the most important thing to pack on your Kilimanjaro climb, John is your ultimate Africa resource.



ABOUT ANNIE FOOT

Having been bitten by the Africa bug at a young age, Annie lives and breathes Africa having studied African politics at university she has explored the continent extensively with Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Mozambique and even little Swaziland under her belt. From walking with wild dog in Zimbabwe to canoeing on the Zambezi to snorkelling in the Bazaruto Archipelago to climbing Lion’s Head to watch the sunset over Cape Town – Annie’s list of favorite moments in Africa is ever-growing.