Born in the heart of Tanzania on the slopes of Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain and its surrounding wilderness has played a major part in Andrew’s life ever since!
After obtaining a diploma in accountancy and working as an accountant for a number of years Andrew decided to follow his heart and change his career direction completely, enrolling in Tanzania’s Wildlife College. Since then he has never looked back.
After successfully completing his course Andrew launched his career as a safari guide leading groups all over Tanzania as well as Kenya. 22 years later he has gained a reputation as a conscientious, professional and talented guide who mixes easily with people from
all walks of life. He believes strongly in the principles and philosophy behind guiding, which to Andrew means providing education on the natural and cultural resources, protection and conservation of the environment to a new level of understanding.
In addition to his knowledge in East Africa’s flora & fauna Andrew’s key interests include ornithology and etymology.
He has accompanied groups from one to fourteen people as well as special photographic, geographic and cultural expeditions – both on foot and in specialized safari four wheel drive vehicles.
Keen to share his knowledge, passion and pride in Tanzania’s nature and wildlife his enthusiasm is infectious. His caring attitude and flexibility are additional factors in assuring many visitors an unforgettable safari experience. 50% of Andrew’s safari groups are repeat clients, often returning for the third and fourth time.