This fourth-generation Kenyan designs safaris that showcase sustainable tourism and demonstrate how conflicts between humans and wildlife can be successfully managed. A founding member of Safari Pros, he seeks out camps and lodges—from Rubondo Island Camp in Tanzania to Wilderness Safaris’ Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp, in Namibia—that focus on conservation and deliver excellent game viewing. He introduces guests to local friends who work in the safari industry and are using tourism to transform the continent for the better.
New Favorite: The six-tent Kwihala Camp in the largely unexplored Ruaha National Park, Tanzania. The reserve covers two distinct vegetation zones, so you’ll see elephants, kudu, and endangered wild dogs against a backdrop of baobab forests, open plains, and wide rivers.
Specialty: East and Southern Africa