Design Your Safari
A safari is like a painting. The canvas is blank and Ethan holds the palette of different colored paints, pastels, paintbrushes and pencils, and the knowledge and skill to create a masterpiece of fine art. The colors represent the options of where to go, places to stay, varieties of activities, and different ways of getting there. The size of the canvas depends on the time you have available.
The journey starts with the design process — opening a discussion to identify your needs, your general interests, and any specifics you may be interested in. Working together, we develop an itinerary that includes the right levels of adventure and comfort, and the best locations for you to get the most out of your safari.
Nature has no political borders, but habitats extend and blend into other habitats across national boundaries. These different habitats support different animal species. Combining multiple countries into your safari is not only possible but also adds contrast and depth to your experience.
A five star experience doesn’t just happen at five star locations. The extent to which an excellent guide enhances a trip goes beyond finding and identifying animals. A professional guide knows how to give each opportunity and experience that little twist to make it the best, which is also why leading safaris are planned by the guides themselves.