For the Personal Touch
As a qualified and registered tour and field (FGASA) guide, I strive to deliver a quality, personal touring experience. No matter whether historical, cultural or natural, the journey is both unique and unforgettable. I have lived in South Africa most of my life, and have been resident in the Gauteng area for 50 years. I have a passion for history and the natural world and enjoy sharing my knowledge with others. I offer one-day trips to the Pilanesberg nature reserve, about 2 hrs from Johannesburg, providing a full day in the Big 5 reserve, with a ‘champagne brunch’ at a picnic site and a selection of refreshments. We take our time so as not to miss a thing. Observing and discussing a variety of subjects ranging from trees to animals and even geographical phenomena. I have a personal interest in ornithology (that’s birds!) and trips to suit those with a special interest in birds and birding can be arranged with the greatest of pleasure. I believe that every place has a story. As a guide I strive to tell such stories in an interesting and informative way. Visiting the setting around which the story evolved brings a real feeling of reality to the events. Whether visiting a museum or exploring a game reserve, on a day trip or on a longer journey to the lesser-known parts of the country, I plan my routes through interesting areas imparting as much local knowledge as possible along the way. Many visitors want to see where and how local people live, so I take the back routes rather than flying past on the highways. Wherever possible, I vary my return route so as to enjoy as much of this beautiful country as possible. I do not have set itineraries. I tailor each tour to suit the client – from the food to the route, the places and the people. The museum may be the same, but the route we take and what we see along the way will be planned according to the client’s interests ensuring a unique, personal experience.
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