“Another wonderfully Safari with Shona. Africa has so much to offer. I never return to the same place twice, but Shona is the exception! This was my second trip with Shona and there will be more!
Thank you again for a wonderful experience.
“So much to say in words can`t express. From the first sunrise to the last “Barb wire” one unforgettable experience after another. The trophies we have taken were tremendous and they will sure remind us of your family hospitality and never ending hard work. This was more than the experience that we have expected. How can we top this the tented camp farm and the lodge were all perfect. This was Africa at its best. Till we meet again.”
Dennis and Deb Burian
Thank you for making our first trip to Africa an outstanding experience.
From The wonderful meals to toasting the days events with a sundowner around the campfire, Many vivid memories have been edged into our minds. You and your staff have welcomed us as family and in deed we feel as if you are a part of our extended family. Johann, I thoroughly enjoyed hunting with you and Tjokkie. You professionalism and dedication to your chosen profession is beyond reproach. Vera, your beautiful smiling face was a joy to behold after returning from a long days hunting, all tired and dusty. Zoë, all of your energy and enthusiasm reminded us of our boys, Shean and Chris some twenty or so years ago. You are a joy to be around and frequently brought a smile to our faces. As the famous author Peter Hathaway Capstick remarked ‘Once you go on Safari to Africa you are bound to return.”This is most definitely the case with us as we will most definitely be back.”
Rick and Helen Behling
“This was a wonderfully introduction to Namibia. My nemesis , Mr kudu certainly had me running in circles. The mountain Zebra – what a wonderfully advisory in the pursuit of game. The tent camp seemed a perfect Africa Safari camp complete with flush toilets. While the rugged terrain around the lodge introduced me to a kind of Africa I’d never experienced. A great place to hike and observe, even with Leopards overhead…..”