Kerilouise in charge of all queries and Reservations for the Kruger National Park as well as Reception duties. Kerilouise is busy with her Business Management Diploma on a part-time basis. She is also in charge of all Day Safari Bookings and the Co-ordination of vehicles and guides for these safaris. She would love to be able to fit in her guide’s license in order to be able to drive an Open Safari Vehicle.
Sean in charge of all bookings and queries that come through to the office as well as all finances he reports to Verity . Sean is busy with his Business Management Diploma and is currently studying his National Field Guides License.
Craig is the Operations Manager of Nhongo Safaris® South Africa. Craig runs all company operations by making sure all guides and vehicles are up to scratch and ready for safaris. Craig is a seasoned manager with a large anti-poaching background, having worked in follow-up operations as well as the K9 Operations Unit. Craig is also a professional guide with the Zimbabwe Professional Guides Association (ZPGHA). If you come on safari, you might get the chance to meet Craig as he goes about his task of getting all that is needed sorted out.
Dean has been working in the greater Kruger National Park and the Kruger National Park for the last twenty years. His passion is the bush and he has insurmountable knowledge when it comes to the fauna, flora and mammals found in the Kruger National Park. Dean hates to be stuck in an office so you will normally find him conducting one of your safaris as he is a hands on man. Dean is also Vice Chairman of SATSA Mpumalanga Chapter, and puts a lot of time into growing the SATSA membership base in the province, thereby helping bring awareness to the South African Tourism Industry in the benefits of been a SATSA member.
Gert has been guiding for the past 11 years, he strives to offer fulfilling, informative and enjoyable safari experiences in an environmentally responsible and ethical manner. Birding, wildlife, Photography, nature and the protection of the environment and natural resources are his true passion and priorities.
Kara’s dream to become a field guide started developing when she spent every July holiday in the African Bush with her family, learning to appreciate everything from small to big. Kara has been a qualified guide for the past 6 years and has a big interest in birds, photography and sharing how everything you see comes together.
Robbie Started his passion for the African bush and in particular Kruger at a young age whilst being on many visits with his folks to areas throught the Kruger National Park. Employed at Sabi Sabi in Greater Kruger from 1995 saw him beginning a career which has totalled 19 years of safari experience. Robbie has particular expertise in animals and bird behaviour with a special fondness for tracking Krugers leopards. He takes being a peoples person as a priority in combination with expecting the unexpected ensuring a memorable safari experience for the Kruger visitor.
Amanda is originally from the UK but her love for wildlife brought her to South Africa 12 years ago where she started her studies. Amanda has a “young at Heart” approach to life and guiding which makes her very approachable and fun to be around, her sense of humor and passion for nature will contribute greatly to your safari experience.