About me

Growing up in Cape Town, I’ve had the good fortune of travelling from a young age with my family. Having explored various areas of Southern Africa, my passion for new experiences has sparked a desire for travel. I enjoy being outdoors and in nature, surrounded by animals, being social and learning about new people and cultures.

After completing my studies, I moved to Thailand for a year and visited a few Asian countries. I love planning all the aspects of my next adventures and the excitement of going somewhere new. From backpacking on my own and with friends while meeting fellow like-minded travellers along the way, I found myself encouraging travellers to visit Africa to experience the magic of Africa for themselves. I returned to our beautiful continent with a passion for travelling and sharing the wonder of Africa.

Where have I travelled

I have done extensive travel in South Africa: the Winelands, the Garden Route, Sun City, Madikwe Private Game Reserve, the Kruger National Park, Johannesburg, kwaZulu-Natal and more.

In Southern Africa, I have camped in parts of Namibia as well as white-water rafted down the Orange River; visited Victoria Falls, gone on safari in Zimbabwe’s magical Hwange National Park; cruised down the Chobe River and explored some of Botswana, and visited the beautiful island of Zanzibar. Recently I spent two weeks travelling in Mozambique, which in an incredible destination – magnificent diving, tropical islands, local people and, of course, seafood!

My favourite travel moment

One experience that always stands out for me is a 6-day guided walking safari I did in Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park in kwaZulu-Natal. As a group, we spent our days walking through the reserve surrounded by wildlife, carrying only our essentials. Being out in the reserve on foot, I was captivated by the noises, scents and my surroundings. I was very humbled by this experience; it was an absolute privilege to be immersed into the authentic African wilderness.

What I love about Africa

Africa is really a special place, as there is always something happening and never a dull moment if you’re in the mood for an adventure. With such extensive diversity, each country holds a variety of cultural, historical, and natural beauty different from the next.

My best African travel advice

Always stay optimistic and open to adventure. Go with the flow and appreciate the journey!

Where I’d love to go next

I would love to experience Malawi and Zambia, as well as do a bucket-list East African safari in Kenya and Tanzania to see the Great Migration.