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Brilliant October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
Certainly the way to see Namibia - early starts frequently and rough roads
but all fades into significance when put into perspective. If your're
considering it, but are uncertain, just book it and enjoy.
Difficult. Standing on top of a massive sand dune at sunrise? The 800 year
old dead acacia trees against the white salt pan, red dunes and blue sky in
Deadvlei? Or elephants drinking at a water hole at sunset? I cannot decide.


Our group leader, Ronney, was excellent. Nothing was too much trouble,
constantly attentive, we lacked nothing. He seems to do the camping trips
end-to-end so there's a good change of getting him.


In July/ August the desert is COLD. A duvet jacket is not out of place, as
are fleece trousers, warm socks and a hat. The days can also be cold despite
the sun, only warming up towards midday. As you go north, after the third
day, it gets warmer and the warm gear becomes unnecessary.
Camping is fun and confortable, the tents are easy to put up (the staff are
supposed to do it, but we found it more fun to do it ourselves, which they
appreciated) but getting organised in the dark in the tent is a pain. I would
recommend a lantern to hang from the centre loop of the tent roof (intended
for mozzie nets which aren't necessary most of the time) and of course good
head torches are vital. Don't bring a cheap one.
Toilets at the campsites are immaculate at virtually all the sites. As are
the service station toilets - you could eat off the floor in most of them.
Even the longdrop toilets (thankfully very few and none in the campsites) are
clean and don't smell. The whole country is clean: I don't think I saw a
single piece of litter the whole trip. It puts our country to shame.
Everything gets a bit dusty and sandy. Packing clothes and sleeping bag into
dustproof bags (or even drybags) helps to keep you organised and everything
stays relatively dustfree.
For all but the most hardened campers, an inflatable pillow is useful. If for
nothing else, sitting on it helps iron out some of the jarring on the dirt
roads!


Batteries AA and AAA are widely available , although quite expensive, so
better to bring plenty of spares. A good camera with a lot of memory cards.
If you are using an SLR then a long lens is a big advantage for the animals
(I took a 500mm) but a wideangle wasn't used.


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How many elephants does it take to fill a waterhole? October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
I always hope that my annual holiday will deliver a "wow" moment. This trip
delivered three. Firstly, the trip from Sessriem to Walvis Bay was
astonishing, passing through several radically different environments in one
day - from the fringes of the Namib desert, via plains and mountains to the
sea; then the incredible views from Vingerklip - reminiscent of California;
then best of all the proliferation of wildlife at Etosha - we had 40
elephants young and old playing at the waterhole just yards from where we
were sitting at Okaukuejo. Then there were the walking lions, the sleeping
lions, zebras, springbok, kudu and a dozen giraffes at another waterhole. Oh,
we finally got to spot a family of wild cheetahs after a long game drive near
Namatoni. Mustn't forget Dune 45 and Dead Vlei and the fact that often ours
was the only vehicle on the road.
Etosha, Etosha, Etosha. I guess we were particularly lucky to visit during
the dry season, but even though I knew our chances of seeing the "big"
mammals would be good, I could not have predicted the vast numbers we
actually saw. We ticked off more than 40 species of animal - birds and
mammals - in Etosha overall.


Shane was quite a character who clearly knows Namibia well and is proud of
his country. He ensured everyone in the group got what they wanted from the
trip. Our driver, Benson, was also a star, coping with the harsh African
roads, despite having to repair a double puncture and a shattered window. He
also proved to be a decent campsite cook.


If you love spectacular scenery and spotting wild animals, then this is a
must trip for you.


We took South African Rand to Namibia from the UK and this was readily
accepted as if it was their own currency. We also flew out a day earlier than
the group. This gave us a chance to look round Windhoek, but also meant we
had the opportunity to recover from the overnight flight before starting the
tour.


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Awesome Safari October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
Whilst the driving at times becomes slightly tiresome the sights and nature
where fantastic. The group were wonderful and the guide Ben was extremely
informative.
At Etosha watering hole where we saw 30 elephants walking with there young


He was incredible


Bring a cushion for the trip and definitely bring some decent binoculars and
camera


I would recommend it to anyone who loves animals


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Loved it! October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
My husband and I have never done a trip like this and we have never camped
before. We loved it. The tour is interesting and varied. The walk in the
dessert was spectacular, climbing the Dune was quite hard, but watching the
sun rise made the climb worth every step. Eating supper round a camp fire
was really nice and sociable and the food was really good. We are vegetarian
and we were well looked after. We saw hundreds of animals: giraffe, rhino
(and a baby rhino), lions, elephants and their babies, springbok, zebra,
ostrich, fabulous birds, warthogs, hyena, jackal, many types of deer and
antelope, baboons... We wish we could do it all over again.
The most inspirational moment of the trip was the herd of elephants that came
to the waterhole in Etosha. So many other animals came too. It was a really
beautiful experience.


The group leader, Ben, was excellent. He looked after us with care and
consideration. He had excellent knowledge on every question that was asked
and he was very good at finding the animals for us to see. The crew (the
driver and the cook - Jonas and Orbert) were also excellent.


July was a good time to travel because it was not too hot during the day.
The temperature does fall at night so a really good sleeping bag and a
blanket (if you feel the cold) is a good plan. The facilities at each site
vary so it is better if you can be flexible. You need malaria tablets, but
there were very few insects at that time of year - it may be different at
other times. We are very cautious so we had insect repellent clothes. You
can get clothes washed at the hotel in Swakopmund and one or two other
places, so you need to plan clothes carefully. Some of the roads are very
bumpy, but then we were travelling through the dessert. It would definitely
help if you have a head torch with you.


If you have a little bit of adventure tucked in your spirit and you like so
see animals in the wild - this is a fantastic trip.


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photography paradise October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
The country is large, the roads are long and bumpy, however not an inch
should be missed. Etosha and the dunes are particularly magnificent.
So many inspirational moments. Enduring image three oryx racing towards the
dunes, leaving their perfectly formed tracks in their wake. .


Absolutely great, Not only with his driving which on a rainy day got
particularly difficult but also with his perseverance in searching for the
big photo ops. He was also informative with his tips regarding what we should
be expected to pay for local crafts or even toilet fees. He has built a great
relationship with local people to ensure the travellers can get the most out
of their trip.


Make the most of the additional hikes and drives. I particularly recommend
the 2.5 hour flight over the sand dunes which was absolutely fabulous not
enough words to describe how extensive the desert is.


Exodus, please add an extra day at Namib-Naukluft Park Desert, it was great
and I would have enjoyed spending more time there, as would most of the other
travellers on my trip.


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Discovering Namibia October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
If you haven't been to Namibia and you like wildlife and stunning landscapes
- book now!
Our trip was absolutely amazing, and so much more varied than I thought it
would be.
I must thank our two local guides on the trip, as without them we would not
have seen half the wonders we did. They were knowledgeable, helpful and
unfailingly cheerful, which made our visit so much more enjoyable.
There were so many highlights it is difficult to single out any one element,
but I suppose our stay in Etosha National Park must rank with any wildlife
experience I have ever had. Watching lions mate whilst springbok leapt in the
background, being charged by an angry bull elephant, and seeing a family of
cheetah stalk their prey, will stay in my memory for ever.


I must thank our two local guides on the trip, as without them we would not
have seen half the wonders we did. They were knowledgeable, helpful and
unfailingly cheerful, which made our visit so much more enjoyable.


We booked a flight over the Skeleton Coast when we were staying in Swakopmund
and this was a wonderful way to see the landscape from a different
perspective. I would mention however that if you are my height or taller (I
am 1m 80), then the leg room on the plane is not generous and you are in the
air for over two hours. Also, I would recommend taking a small compact camera
with a good zoom, as my DSLR with a bulky zoom lens was much too cumbersome.


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How many elephants does it take to fill a waterhole? October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
I always hope that my annual holiday will deliver a "wow" moment. This trip
delivered three. Firstly, the trip from Sessriem to Walvis Bay was
astonishing, passing through several radically different environments in one
day - from the fringes of the Namib desert, via plains and mountains to the
sea; then the incredible views from Vingerklip - reminiscent of California;
then best of all the proliferation of wildlife at Etosha - we had 40
elephants young and old playing at the waterhole just yards from where we
were sitting at Okaukuejo. Then there were the walking lions, the sleeping
lions, zebras, springbok, kudu and a dozen giraffes at another waterhole. Oh,
we finally got to spot a family of wild cheetahs after a long game drive near
Namatoni. Mustn't forget Dune 45 and Dead Vlei and the fact that often ours
was the only vehicle on the road.
Etosha, Etosha, Etosha. I guess we were particularly lucky to visit during
the dry season, but even though I knew our chances of seeing the "big"
mammals would be good, I could not have predicted the vast numbers we
actually saw. We ticked off more than 40 species of animal - birds and
mammals - in Etosha overall.


Shane was quite a character who clearly knows Namibia well and is proud of
his country. He ensured everyone in the group got what they wanted from the
trip. Our driver, Benson, was also a star, coping with the harsh African
roads, despite having to repair a double puncture and a shattered window. He
also proved to be a decent campsite cook.


If you love spectacular scenery and spotting wild animals, then this is a
must trip for you.


We took South African Rand to Namibia from the UK and this was readily
accepted as if it was their own currency. We also flew out a day earlier than
the group. This gave us a chance to look round Windhoek, but also meant we
had the opportunity to recover from the overnight flight before starting the
tour.


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Cycling Drakensberg and Kruger October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
This tour is not a race it’s about taking your time and embracing the
scenery, culture and everything the trip has to offer.
Seeing the diversity of the scenery and the wild animals in Kruger.


Tallis ably assisted by Vuyo were first rate tending to all our requirements.
All the meals prepared by the leaders were excellent considering the
facilities available to them, more than enough for everyone and dietary
requirements well catered for.


Be prepared for some long challenging hill climbs but scenery is worth the
effort.


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Diverse trip that exceeded (already high) expectations! October 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
A wonderful trip full of beautiful varied scenery, challenging cycles,
wildlife, and history! While we did spend substantial amounts of time
cycling, it also felt like there was a good amount of time for non-cycling
activities: visiting several historical / archeological sites of interest,
hiking, swimming on multiple days, and enjoying a beer in the evening. The
cycle days also weren't rushed, with good breaks for coffee and lunch on most
days.

Our lead guide, Peter, was fantastic: so experienced in leading cycle trips
and a conservationist on top of it, which was particularly insightful for our
time in Kruger.

The accommodation was all very comfortable and the many meals prepared by the
guides were great: including several barbecues and often hot breakfasts or
lunches at picnic spots!
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Action packed October 2018

4.0
  • Value 4.0
  • Guide 4.0
  • Activities 4.0
  • Lodging 4.0
  • Transportation 4.0
  • Meals 4.0
Very good ,well organised holiday.
Enjoyed the hotel and camping food .
No day was boring.
Seeing a leopard.
Climbing sand dune 45 at sunrise.


Ronney was an excellent leader.
Communicated well with the group and took good care of us.


Take plenty of warm clothing in July August
We were surprised how cold it was at the start of the camping
Temperature in the north much much warmer .We went from one extreme to the
other.
Camping is not glamping but one step up from my last camping trip as we had
proper toilets and showers .
Quite a lot of travelling involved ,sometimes on bumpy terrain.


Very good holiday , but I would agree with ‘ not for the faint hearted’


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Noteable Namibia Trip October 2018

4.0
  • Value 4.0
  • Guide 4.0
  • Activities 4.0
  • Lodging 4.0
  • Transportation 4.0
  • Meals 4.0
Discover Namibia - Lodges, is a well organised and good value tour, taking in
the main tourist locations of mid to north Namibia. If you are prepared for
some long travel days on dirt/salt roads and go with an open mind about the
sights and scenes you will encounter, you will not be disappointed. It is
accurately marketed as a low to moderate activity level, even the ascent of
Dune 45 at Sossusvlei. Accommodation is in 2-3* lodges, all of a satisfactory
standard for 1 or 2 nights, some even memorable. Transport in a specialised
safari truck with a push up roof provided the opportunity to view the
landscape and game in relative comfort and from a high position. The
driver/guide (Ronney) and his assistant (Jonas) were first class, very
knowledgeable and took excellent care of our party.
There were so many great experiences on this trip that it is difficult to
single one out, so here's a few. Watching the sunrise on the crest of Dune 45
followed by the eerie scene of petrified trees at Deadvlei was remarkable.
Watching sunsets across a desert landscape and the emergence of the southern
hemisphere night sky in the desert at Sesriem were stunningly beautiful.
Driving through Etosha N.P., seeing game close up and even coming across an
old lion that had been injured in a fight and unlikely to survive was sad to
see but a true reflection of what actually happens in nature. Above all,
observing a male Cheetah on the prowl close to Namutoni Camp in Etosha N.P.
was breathtaking. The Waterburg Plateau was like a lost world in the sky and
despite the rain, a memorable place......and so many, many more.


Ronney was a first class driver and an excellent guide. While not a
specialist in any particular discipline, his general knowledge of his
country, its history, geography, geology, large and small animals, plants and
ornithology to mention a few was outstanding. He constantly ensured our
safety and well-being throughout the trip, kept us posted on the day's events
and provided us with invaluable information on do's and dont's. He was very
ably supported by his assistant, Jonas, who was also a very capable cook and
prepared some excellent lunches and evening meals. They worked as a team and
nothing was too much trouble for them. While in Etosha N.P., Ronney provided
us with more game drives than we had expected and used his local knowledge
and contacts to find us some great photo opportunities. I'm sure other guides
and assistants are good but if you book this trip and get Ronney and Jonas,
you've hit the jackpot !


You can't easily obtain Namibian Dollars before you arrive in the country (or
exchange them outside) but you don't really need them as South African Rand
are accepted everywhere at an exchange rate of 1:1 with no commission charged
at banks or Bureau de Change. If you buy anything in Rand, change is often
given in N$ which you can offload. My advice is to take some Rand to cover
your day of arrival and get more when you are in Windhoek. We had the
opportunity to do so before we hit the road on the first day at the Western
Union office and again at Swakopmund using an ATM. Both gave very favourable
rates compared to getting your currency in the UK, as did our Halifax Clarity
and Revolut cards for other spending.
This trip includes Swakopmund which appears on almost all similar tour
itineraries in Namibia, so quite difficult to avoid. It is a former German
colonial town but only a few buildings from that era remain. If you are not
into high octane activities or do not have the budget for the rather
expensive optional extras (most of which we had done elsewhere), do find time
to visit the excellent small museum which contains lots of information and
artifacts on the history, geography, geology, plants, wildlife, etc., and a
particularly good gallery describing the various native peoples that are now
collectively Namibians. It's run by volunteers who really help you to enjoy
the experience. Next door, there's a great little café with patio seating
where you can have coffee and cake while watching the Atlantic breaking on
the shoreline. For a good value, quality meal with excellent service go to
Kucki's Pub for seafood or game - book a table as it was full on both nights
we went.
Namibians do not consider a meal without meat a meal at all and it is served
everywhere, with good portion sizes, which is good news for carnivores ! Try
the Gemsbok (Oryx) - actually you'll find it difficult to avoid in the set
dinners at lodges, Springbok and Kudu, all of which have a unique flavour.
Vegetarians may find menus more limited and in some places even difficult to
get a balanced diet.
As experienced travellers both on business and leisure, in our opinion Himba
(and perhaps to a lesser extent Herero) women are further examples of female
exploitation. Our route took us past a Himba village just outside Outjo where
stalls are set up and women in traditional dress sell cheap (plastic)
souvenirs . It was only on our arrival and when apparently prompted by their
male "minder" that they started their combining their hair, applying ochre
and posing for photos (which we avoided by staying in the truck with another
couple). Most were just teenage girls and this may be the only way they can
make a living but it saddened us to see it. As stated, this is our opinion
and you must make your own decision on whether or not it is acceptable in the
21st century.


Our only real disappointment with the whole itinerary was the visit to the
Namib Carnivore Conservation Centre on Day 4. It is described in the
itinerary as "Cheetah tracking" but in fact we were driven into a fenced
compound to observe a family of approximately 7 rather docile-looking
cheetahs laying under a tree. In addition, the word conservation is not
entirely accurate. The cheetahs are all orphaned or born into captivity and
will remain in the sanctuary for life as they have not learnt any hunting
skills from their mothers that would allow them to be returned to the wild.
They must be fed regularly and although they could potentially be used for
breeding purposes, any offspring would end up in zoos (or similar centres).
That said, it was a couple of hours in a two-week itinerary, so not much to
complain about. In all other respects, this is a highly recommended tour of a
fascinating country.


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Discover Namibia - Lodges October 2018

4.0
  • Value 4.0
  • Guide 4.0
  • Activities 4.0
  • Lodging 4.0
  • Transportation 4.0
  • Meals 4.0
This trip combines the highlights of the Namibian landscape with game viewing
in the parks.
The wildlife was the highlight for me. The most memorable being the night
drive when we found a lioness at the waterhole nearby, she got up and walked
down the road in front of our truck roaring on the way. She then met up with
a male and disappeared in to the scrub. On our return to camp that night, she
was waiting at the roadside with her mate. My husband and I went to the camp
waterhole on returning and found the male there.


Ronney was extremely hard working as he also did all the driving on the trip
as well as guiding and organising. He was warm friendly, helpful and
knowledgeable. Along with Jonas the cook the leaders made a good team.


Take any cash in South African rand, one Namibian dollar equalled one rand
when I was there. Namibian dollars are only available in Namibia and not
exchangeable outside the country. Also, whilst you are there take advantage
of all opportunities - you may never go back to Namibian. My husband and I,
went on the Dolphin cruise (a bit cheesy but fun) with sea lions and pelicans
climbing on the boat as well as dolphins surfing in the wake. The flight, a
very interesting perspective of the landscape. A full day and a night game
drive and in Etosha, very enjoyable, the night drive was particularly
interesting (my highlight of the trip). A game drive in Waterbury plateau
which had rare species such as Roan and Sable antelope and rhino. Finally on
the last day in Windhoek as our flight was not till the evening - we went to
Okapuka Ranch - which was a delightful way to end the tour. The restaurant/
bar is beautifully designed with the seats viewing the grounds with animals
grazing.


I travelled at the beginning of April by which time the wet season should of
and apparently normally would of ended. However, I did have some rain. This
meant that in the parks the animals did not need to congregate around the
waterholes as water was available all around. An additional game drive was
also cancelled due to the weather. On the plus side when climbing for example
Dune 45 the temperature was cooler than it would be in the summer.


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Discover Namibia -Lodges October 2018

4.0
  • Value 4.0
  • Guide 4.0
  • Activities 4.0
  • Lodging 4.0
  • Transportation 4.0
  • Meals 4.0
This trip combines the highlights of the Namibian landscape with game viewing
in the parks. It did not disappoint!
The wildlife was the highlight for me. The most memorable being the night
drive when we found a lioness at the waterhole nearby, she got up and walked
down the road in front of our truck - roaring on the way. We must of followed
her for almost an hour. She then met up with a male and disappeared into the
scrub. On our return to camp that night, she was waiting at the roadside with
her mate. My husband and I went to the camp waterhole when we got back and
found the male there. Just the two of us stood in the dark at almost
midnight watching this magnificent creature!


Ronney was extremely hard working as he also did all the driving on the trip
as well as guiding and organising. He was warm friendly, helpful and
knowledgeable. Along with Jonas the cook the leaders made a good team.


Take any cash in South African rand, one Namibian dollar equalled one rand
when I was there. Namibian dollars are only available in Namibia and not
exchangeable outside the country. Also, whilst you are there take advantage
of all opportunities - you may never go back to Namibia! My husband and I,
went on the Dolphin cruise (a bit cheesy but fun) with sea lions and pelicans
climbing on the boat as well as dolphins surfing in the wake. The flight, a
very interesting perspective of the landscape. A full day and a night game
drive and in Etosha, very enjoyable, the night drive was particularly
interesting (my highlight of the trip). A game drive in Waterbury plateau
which had rare species such as Roan and Sable antelope and rhino. Finally, on
the last day in Windhoek as our flight was not till the evening - we went to
Okapuka Ranch - which was a delightful way to end the tour. The restaurant/
bar is beautifully designed with the seats viewing the grounds with animals
grazing.


I travelled at the beginning of April by which time the wet season should of,
and apparently normally would o,f ended. However, I did have some rain. This
meant that in the parks the animals did not need to congregate around the
waterholes - as water was available all around. An additional game drive was
also cancelled due to the weather. On the plus side, when climbing for
example Dune 45 the temperature was cooler than it would be in the summer. I
had a fantastic time but in retrospect would go slightly later in the year.


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Kicheche Bush Camp August 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
Absolutely brilliant safari.

Paul Goldstein and the local guides went out of their way to ensure we had
the best experience.
The camp itself was superb and the food was the best we've had on any trip.
The camp managers, Darren & Emma, were very friendly and welcoming and added
to the overall experience.
We would happily go back tomorrow.
The number of big cat sightings, which was due to the spotting skills and
patience of the guides.


Paul Goldstein is a legend. Inspirational and great fun, you learn so much
just from being with him.


Get on the next plane out. You won't regret it.


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Leopards, leopards and yet more leopards - with cubs August 2018

5.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Guide 5.0
  • Activities 5.0
  • Lodging 5.0
  • Transportation 5.0
  • Meals 5.0
Another amazing week in the Masai Mara. Don't be afraid to go during the
"rainy season". We had so many top quality sightings of leopards with cubs,
lions with cubs, a cheetah kill and a new born elephant. Of course this
cannot be guaranteed but we had very good fortune as well as maxing the time
out searching for photographic opportunities. The guides were excellent and
worked hard to get us into the best position for photos, whilst respecting
the animals and ensuring they weren't disturbed by our presence. Lovely food
and comfy tents - hot water bottles in our beds and in the jeeps were
well-received.
Spending quality time with a new-born elephant who was learning to walk and
suckle and very playful leopard cubs


Paul Goldstein - you can read all about him in other reviews.

Without doubt, you won't find a more hardworking guide, determined to
maximise your experience


Brace yourself for getting up around 5am and not returning to camp until
19.30 - every day. This safari isn't for wimps.


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