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Desperately seeking a particular African Travel site

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There is an upscale African safari company that has been recommended here before, but not often. They cover Southern and East Africa. There are fabulous photos on their site, one can scroll through many many for each camp inclluding great aerial views. They show traveler reviews and their own personal ratings. I thought it had the word "adventure" in the name but perhaps I am mistaken. I do not want to use their services for my next trip, which is already planned, but want to read reviews, look at photos and maps, and dream. The site breaks down Botswana, for example, into about 10 different geographic areas on their site, and then you can read about the region, and then search for their camps. I think they feature each and every camp in the "safari" countries. The site allows you to save you favorite camps for future.

Sound familiar to anyone..please put me out of my Googlling misery!