Where did your love of travel come from?
A love for the natural world is in my blood, having spent my childhood running wild on a farm in Hampshire.
After my first trip to Southern Africa in my teens, I was completely hooked. I returned to work there during both my gap year and after university. I then qualified as an FGASA (Fields Guides Association of South Africa) trail guide and spent five years working for luxury lodges in the country.
This fuelled a desire to explore as much of the continent as possible. I travelled from the stunning landscapes and geology of the Namib Desert to the incredibly biodiverse Okavango Delta, the evergreen ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’ (Rwanda) and more. I am in awe of the individuality of each area, and how much we can learn from new places and its people.
It’s a pleasure to be able to share such adventures through our individually designed trips and help create everlasting memories for those who travel with us.