Africa is a stunningly diverse, magical place to live in. Home to the friendliest people on the planet (in our opinion), and to the most enchanting pristine wildlife on the planet. It has also suffered from wars, apartheid, colonialism and ever present poverty. These are some of the many reasons why we have decided to make Southern Africa our home. There are now some areas we know like the back of our hands and others that we are still discovering. Thanks to our jobs as safari guides we get to discover Africa for a living.

Stacey at a school in Hoedspruit, South Africa
Olivier working hard in Deadvlei, Namibia

Living in Africa and seeing it from a European’s perspective gives place to many debates and reflections on life that we wish to share with you and we encourage you to participate in the comments section. We will discuss many issues here, such as the struggles that Africa is still overcoming and the wonderful people that live here. We also want to show people what the real modern Africa is like, a clash of shopping malls and tribal dancing that creates a glorious diversity found nowhere else.


If you have any questions about our life in Africa, or our jobs as travel and safari guides, feel free to send us an e-mail at [email protected]

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