Bronwyn African Travel Fanatic

Bronwyn

Usually one chooses to enter travel and tourism, but just occasionally, tourism chooses you. I started as a guide in 1990 and have seen a thousand sunsets over Namib Dunes and watched millions of waves crash over African beaches. I have heard jackal bark, lions roar and elephants trumpet. I have seen cheetah run, leopard stalk and pangolin curl.

I have slept under a canopy of stars. I have cooked gourmet meals with nothing but a campfire and a pot. I have danced with Masai, fed hyena in Habar and swam with dolphins. I have rafted the Nile, the Tugela and the Zambezi. I have heard the call of the Fish Eagle and the crackle of a fire. I have seen impala born and zebra die, BUT I have not yet seen the Mountain Gorilla. 

There is no place I would rather be than with Africa’s vibrant, colourful people, its open plains and dense forests and I will continue to entice as many people as I can to this incredible continent I call home. 


Bronwyn's Blog Posts

Responsible Safari: how to travel ethically

ShutterstockTravelling ethically and with a social conscience is important, but how do you achieve that on safari? In this blog, we give you some ideas for responsible travel in Africa. Read on

Family Favourite: our Kruger, Swaziland & Mozambique Adventure!

Bronwyn LewisUncover why our scenic Kruger, Swaziland & Mozambique Lodge Safari is the ideal trip for families. Our travel expert Bronwyn Lewis tells us about her unforgettable family holiday in Southern Africa last summer, revealing why this African bush, beach and culture trip is such a family favourite. Read on