Rethink Travel - Sustainable travel through the stories of movers and shakers

Beks Ndlovu - Safaris as they should be by African Bush Camps, Botswana, Zimbabwe & Zambia

May 09, 2022 Season 1 Episode 7
Rethink Travel - Sustainable travel through the stories of movers and shakers
Beks Ndlovu - Safaris as they should be by African Bush Camps, Botswana, Zimbabwe & Zambia
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Beks Ndlovu
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Beks Ndlovu started his journey as a professional safari guide working for safari companies in Zimbabwe. However, he felt that the safaris being offered were sometimes too structured and stiff, not giving you the flexibility to venture out and explore the wonders of the African wilderness in different ways.

He branched off to start his own camp, a place where guides could be creative and imaginative. Somalisa Camp was born from this dream, the now award-winning camp started as a humble dream to bring guides together to teach guests about Africa.

The safari bug bit Beks and he decided this vision was bigger than just him, he gathered people with the same values to create something incredible. African Bush Camps, aims to be experts in Zimbabwe, Botswana and Zambia.

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