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African Specalist


My first African adventure was when I just 10 and my parents decided to take a 3 week adventure self-driving through Zambia and Zimbabwe in two Land Rover Defenders. They soon discovered that I shared their passion for wildlife and travel, and we have repeated similar trips throughout southern Africa every year since.

After completing a degree in Zoology I knew I wanted to be back in Africa so I jumped at the opportunity to work as a scuba diving instructor in Mozambique. From here I followed a career in guiding which lead me to spending 2 years at Jacks Camp in Botswana showing the beauty of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans.

On my return, I knew I wanted to share my love of Africa with others and so began working for a very reputable travel operator specialising in African Travel. Throughout this time my knowledge of Africa has expanded along with my love for its people, wildlife and environments. Most recently being a Major contributor to both the Bradt Botswana Safari Guide the Bradt Namibia Guide.


Most of Southern Africa with a particularly good knowledge of:


  • Wild Dogs in Mana Pools - Stumbling into a pack of Wild dogs walking through Mana Pools in Zimbabwe on my first trip to Africa as a child.
  • Diving with Giant Mantas – Whilst leading a dive to a cleaning station of the coast of Tofo, Mozambique.
  • Navigating the Okavango Delta – Spending 6 days birding and camping deep in the Okavango Delta with friends.


  • Botswana
  • Zimbabwe – Central Kalahari, Okavango Delta, linyanti and finishing at Victoria Falls.
  • Namibia Swakopmund, Sossusvlei


  • Duba Plains – Okavango Delta, Botswana – Having grown up watching many of Derek and Beverly Joubert’s wildlife documentaries such as Eternal Enemies and Eye of the Leopard I love stay where they were filmed.
  • Six Senses Laamu – Maldives – Rustic Luxury with incredible diving, amazing food and a brilliant house reef of your decking.
  • Victoria Falls Hotel – Zimbabwe – Staying here is like going back in time. Its location to the falls, afternoon tea and views up the gorge to the falls are not to be missed.


  • Give yourself enough time – It may be tempting to try and see everything, however sometimes its best to relax and enjoy your surroundings. Every day on safari is different and it gives you a reason to visit again.
  • Ask questions – having guided myself I really appreciated it when my guests asked questions.
  • Don’t be afraid to travel out of seasons – although many destinations have a peak, shoulder and low season don’t be afraid to travel in shoulder and low seasons. With the right camps you can have equally good game viewing and experiences at a quieter and often more affordable time.

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