Embark on a magical journey into the African wilderness and be forever transformed. Witness the awe-inspiring interactions of lioness and her cubs or an elephant calf learning to use its trunk and be amazed at the natural wonders of Africa. African Adventures: The Greatest Safari on Earth, accompanied by the original photography of Aline Coquelle and the carefully curated itinerary of Zimbabwean Deborah Calmeyer, is your ticket to this extraordinary universe of freedom, possibility, and miracles.
Discover the four legendary experiences of the majestic continent of Africa: Victoria Falls "Mosi-Oa-Tunya," the Smoke that Thunders in Zimbabwe, the Okavango Delta in Botswana, the Great Migration in Kenya, and the silverback mountain gorillas in Rwanda. This once-in-a-lifetime safari adventure takes you to each iconic destination, with front-row seats to sustainable boutique lodges, breathtaking helicopter rides, and thrilling wildlife explorations. Learn about the rich artistic heritage of each country and meet the most talented contemporary artists, conservationists, and designers, weaving a colorful cultural tapestry of the region's indigenous powerful culture.
Reconnect with our collective humanity through the pages of African Adventures and be inspired to do good. Share your experiences and inspire others to join you on this amazing journey. Let African Adventures be your guide to the greatest safari on earth.
With degrees in art history and anthropology, photographer Aline Coquelle, nomadic Parisian and global citizen, is always traveling the world. Her photographs have been published in the most prestigious international publications and commissioned by luxury brands for marketing purposes. She loves to immerse herself in remote parts of the world to capture the essence of humanity and wildlife. Her past collaborations with Assouline include Palm Springs Style (2005); The Polo Games (2007); Polo: The Nomadic Tribe (2009); The Italian Dream: Wine, Heritage, Soul (2016); Be Extraordinary: The Spirit of Bentley (2017); Zanzibar (2020); and Polo Heritage (2021). Her photographs have also been featured in Arabian Leopard (2022), Al-Ahsa Oasis (2022) and Red Sea: The Saudi Coast (2022).