Month: May 2020

Alice Péretié ~ #PhotographyForConservation

Meet Alice, a young and vibrant French Londoner that fell in love with Africa when she was 13, on a trip to Namibia. Her degree in Arts and Sciences at UCL, focused on Sustainable Development, Wildlife Conservation and Project Management. She is a freelance photographer, writing articles and supporting conservation through photography, and storytelling. Wise beyond her years, at 22, her passion and knowledge interlink as she draws inspiration from both philosophy and wildlife to create beautiful and influencing content. “Art is such a powerful medium for raising awareness, and funds.”

The Safari Sisters - Catherine Garden

Catherine Garden ~ Fennel & Fig

Meet Catherine, Chef extraordinaire with a trademark pure and sophisticated palette. Qualifying as a chef in 2000, this Durbanite took the leap to travel across Africa to expand her skills. She has several years building her culinary skills in the safari industry. Across KwaZulu-Natal, Timbavati, Serengeti, Grumeti and South Luangwa. There are many aspects to …

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Agata Passoni ~ The Safari Sisters

He loved working, being busy, leading others. I was invited to his table, allowed to speak, and was told I belonged. I always felt I belonged, up there, on the top. Losing him was life-altering, my universe changed, my centre of gravity was gone.

The Lead up to the Dream

For me (Agata), it’s a long-awaited homecoming. I grew up in Lilongwe, just across the border from Mfuwe, spending my childhood visiting the South Luangwa National Park at least once a year. In particular, when my grades were good, spending time at Kaingo. I didn’t think I would end up working here, let alone being …

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A Safari Sisters’ Sisterhood

I can’t believe January has come to an end, and that 2020 has already taken off! I realise that, though every time I start dedicating a few of my weekends to The Safari Sisters, and committing to “Do More”, I end up wrapped up with life and work, and never follow through! I could beat …

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