• Dave Hamman
    Dave Hamman has spent most of his life living in remote and beautiful wilderness areas of Africa such as Namibia, South Africa, Malawi and Zimbabwe, but Botswana’s Okavango Delta has truly captured his heart. As manager of safari camps in the Okavango (along with his wife Helne Heldring), Dave has dedicated years to photographing and filming the wild dogs of northern Botswana. Working closely with researchers he strives to make new and interesting findings on many species available to the general public. Born in South Africa, Dave has spent more than ten years working as a licensed guide, which has enabled him to develop an extensive knowledge of the bush.
    • Southern Africa

  • Fausto Carbone
    Fausto Carbone’s Italian-born parents fostered an early love of nature and astronomy while exploring their own backyards and national parks during stints in northern Africa. In the early 80’s, Fausto moved to South Africa and earned a degree in Civic Engineering, however the lure of the outdoors endured. He became a licensed guide in 1992 leading safaris throughout southern Africa. Incredibly passionate about the flora, fauna and the night skies, Fausto looks forward to making this an unforgettable African experience.
    • South Africa

    • Botswana

    • Zambia

  • Graham Johansson is a Professional Guide and an accomplished wildlife photographer. He has been leading private and specialist photographic tours and safaris since 1994. Graham was born and raised on a farm in Zambia, educated in Zimbabwe, and moved to South Africa to further his studies. An avid naturalist with a well published portfolio of wildlife photographs that have appeared in a variety of publications, he is well suited to interpret natural history and what can capture that special moment by camera. His interests also include current and historic affairs, sports, good food and South African wine.
    • Botswana

    • Namibia

    • South Africa

    • Zambia

    • Zimbabwe

  • Robert Marks Moshi
    Robert Marks Moshi is a native Tanzanian with the distinction of being adopted at a very early age and raised by a Scottish missionary doctor. Robert’s love for conservation and wildlife started early and he earned his master’s degree by focusing on the study of elephants and their behavior. His mentor is Cynthia Moss and he spent time studying in her Amboseli headquarters, as well as the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi. Now a naturalist guide back in his beloved native land, Robert lives in bustling Arusha when he his not showing guests around Tanzania.
    • Tanzania

  • Augustine Minja
    Augustine Minja, a native Tanzanian, is a superb ambassador for Africa. His flexibility and knowledge of wildlife and native culture combine to create the ultimate safari experience. He attended the Mweka College of Wildlife where he earned a Certificate in Wildlife Management, Tour Guiding and Visitor Services. Other interests include ornithology, botany and range ecology. Augustine speaks Kiswahili, English, French, Chagga and Iraqw. He has led numerous zoological, museum and university groups through his beloved Tanzania since 1997.
    • Tanzania

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