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Interview Beks Ndlovu of African Bush Camps


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#1 optig

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Posted 15 May 2017 - 11:21 AM

http://travelafricam...et-beks-ndlovu/

 

I stayed at Somalisa Camp 6 years ago on my longest and most ambitious safari. It was a great pleasure to meet Beks back then. He's a very urbane and sophisticated man who has travelled to the States,Europe and Australia,however,he much prefers going on safari. As many of us know African Bush Camps is a fine product which combines comfort and luxury along with an outstanding bush vive. African Bush Camps also put the emphasis on a highly professional level of guiding. 

I think that it's interesting that he's planning to open camps in more locations. 

 

African Bush Camps is also a better value in comparison to Wilderness Safaris and some of their other competitors. I certainly enjoyed reading this interview.


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Posted 16 May 2017 - 01:36 AM

Thanks for the interesting read. Always good to see operations that realize the importance of the local community.


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