Nos guides de safari

Nos guides de safari sont au cœur d’African Bush Camps. Avec la narration et l’enseignement, ils éclairent les invités en partageant leur émerveillement, leur sagesse et leur amour de la brousse africaine.

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Nous pensons qu’il y a bien plus dans un safari africain que d’être conduit dans un véhicule tout en observant passivement des animaux. En combinant le safari ultime avec un guide expert, nous créons le voyage complet, où les expériences, les connaissances et les passions sont partagées et où un safari standard se transforme en un safari extraordinaire. La qualité de votre guide, tout simplement, fait ou défait votre safari. Tous nos guides sont des naturalistes avec une expérience exceptionnelle et qui connaissent intimement la brousse africaine et ont une connaissance étonnante de la nature sauvage africaine et de ses habitants. Leur appréciation des diverses cultures du monde et des besoins de leurs invités leur permet d’offrir le safari ultime.

L’avantage d’un safari guidé African Bush Camps est que vous n’êtes pas limité à un horaire fixe. Au lieu de cela, on vous offre la flexibilité de tirer le meilleur parti de votre aventure ; marcher, parler et apprendre, conduire un jeu, observer les oiseaux et même s’adonner à ne rien faire du tout. Notre équipe de meilleurs guides de safari vous présente l’Afrique d’une manière unique, partageant leur passion et leurs connaissances avec vous et vous laissant une expérience inoubliable qui durera toute une vie.

Guides du Botswana

Dutch Bihelang Kasale

Dutch began his guiding career as a community specialist and joined African Bush Camps in September 2014 as head guide. His passions are photography, stars, game walking, insects, botany and animal behaviour.

James ‘007’ Tsietsi

With over 10 years experience as a fully qualified guide, James has worked his way around different regions of Botswana such as the delta, desert and salt pans garnering an outstanding wealth of knowledge.

Esefa Mokopi

Esefa grew up in the Linyanti, so his impressive wealth of knowledge around the wildlife in this region of Botswana is second to none. With 6 years guiding experience, he has spent 5 of these being a part of our African Bush Camps team.

Kutlwano Banda

Following in his father's footsteps, Kutlwano's passions are photography and star gazing. With over 14 years of experience guiding across different regions of Botswana, he is immensely knowledgeable about the region.

Guides du Zimbabwe

Albert Paradzai

Growing up in the wilds of Zimbabwe instilled a passion for the bush in Albert. This passion has resulted in his desire to share the magic of a safari with his guests. Albert received his professional guiding qualification in less time than normal and since then he has amassed over 22 years of guiding experience allowing him to share his knowledge, passion and enthusiasm for Africa with guests from all over the world.

Steve Chinhoi

Steve spent his early childhood herding cattle and fishing near his village, he loved spending his time outdoors. Steve fell in love with guiding during a holiday consisting of hiking from Kazungula to Victoria Falls, rafting from Victoria Falls to Deka drum and finally canoeing from Deka Drum to Mlibizi.

Calvet Nkomo

Calvet started guiding in 1995 and brings a wealth of knowledge to African Bush Camps, having worked for National Parks, Touch the Wild Safaris, CC Africa (now &Beyond), Matetse Game Lodge and Wilderness Safaris. He is also fantastic with children and enjoys teaching them whilst in his care.

Henry Bandure

Henry is an expert walking, driving and river guide in Mana Pools. He guided and hosted Sir David Attenborough when he was in Mana Pools filming the 'Painted wolf' episode for the 'Dynasties' series.

Guides Zambie

Quentino Mbinji

Quentino decided to become a guide when he saw the thrilling adventure involved in whitewater rafting. After qualifying as a guide, Quintino has spent over 20 happy years on the river and in the bush, sharing the joy of an African safari with guests from all over the world.

Tawanda Chibwe

Tawanda started out as an auto-mechanic turned bush-mechanic, but then “ saw light” in 2005 after falling in love with the wilderness while on a game drive. He switched the spanners for the Binos and qualified as a professional guide for the Mosi-O-tunya park leading walking safaris and game drives, before joining African Bush Camps. His favourite activities include tracking Rhinos on foot, birding and animal behaviour.

Phillip Masule

Phillip grew up in the South Province of Zambia and knows the ecosystem, flora and fauna intimately from training in O-tunya National Park in Livingstone.

Ezekiel Musiyalela

Inspired by the fishing and canoeing tourism near his village, Ezekiel began his guide training at Ilombe Island. With years of experience as a fishing and canoeing guide at Zambezi Expeditions, Ezekiel loves nothing more than the feeling of freedom when taking his guests on water safaris.

Claudia Musonda

Claudia first began her training at Livingstone Business and Engineering of Social Sciences for six months and graduated with a certificate. With a passion for adventure and nature, Claudia enrolled at African Bush Camps as a trainee guide and is now a dedicated kids’ guide for our Ngwana Club program.