Roger Dugmore

Roger Dugmore is one of Botswana’s most highly qualified professional guides. The son of a former Great White Hunter who traveled widely through Africa, wilderness is a part of life for him – indeed, when he first arrived in Maun almost forty years ago, trips to school by boat usually involved dodging hippos and crocodiles, […]

Richard Randall

I arrived in southern Africa in 1957 as a five year-old with my parents who had emigrated from Europe. Very early on I developed a keen interest in, indeed a passion for, wildlife which abounded in many parks in our new country, Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. Richard is able to conduct a safari in French making […]

Lisa Reed

Lisa Reed was born in 1974 in Zimbabwe and spent her school years in South Africa. Lisa has lived in Botswana since January 1996. Lisa has studied Tour Operations formally but has spent most of her working life in or associated with Safari camps.Lisa has worked or visited most Southern and East African safari countries […]

John Davey

John was born in Zimbabwe and spent most of his youth on a remote ranch, where he acquired bush skills from his daily interaction with the local people. He has spent the past 15 years guiding in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana and has acquired an all round knowledge of animal behavior and wildlife.John is a […]

Mike Penman

Mike Penman (Mad Mike from the Mad Mike and Mark Animal Planet series) has been involved in conservation of wildlife for 20 years, of which the last 15 years have been guiding safaris throughout Botswana. He is a Professional Guide who has focused his interests on many spectrums of the wildlife field, notably that of […]

Mark Tennant

I have been involved in the wildlife and tourism industries since the mid eighties when I became a volunteer for a Vulture Study Group. As I watched the vulture, and learnt about them, I became more and more fascinated by this bird and its habitat. Soon my part-time ventures into the wilds of Africa became […]

Ralph Bousfield

Ralph comes from a long line of African pioneers and adventurers. His family has guided safaris for four generations, the first guide being his maternal great grandfather, Major Richard Granville Nicholson, who escorted Princess Eugenie to see her son’s grave and the site where he was killed in the Zulu war on the 1st June […]