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16 Hoof Way
Bot River, WC, 7185
South Africa

As a Professional Private Safari Guide, I am in the privileged position to capture spectacular wildlife sightings from around Africa.  

I would love to show you how amazing this continent is by sharing these photographs, sightings and experiences with you, or better yet, why don't you come and travel with me!

About

It was his Grandfathers passion for the African bush that first drew Warren to become a wildlife safari guide in the late 1990’s. More than a decade and a bit later it has not lost its allure. For Warren it is a privilege to be able to share wildlife encounters with those who may be visiting Africa for the first time. Even more so, to share in the adventures of travellers who return, time and again to explore more of the African continent. Warren knows that a brilliant wildlife guide must be able to do more than simply track and find an animal. It’s about having a deep understanding of the bush nuances, animal behaviour and respect for both the environment and the wildlife. Warren takes you on a journey and calmly immerses you into the African bush allowing you to experience animal interactions in their most natural form. As you sit around the campfire at night he will gladly share stories about the sparkling southern night skies and the many adventures he has had under the African sun.

Warren completed his guide training through CCAfrica (now &Beyond) and spent his formative years guiding in the Sabi Sands at Londolozi Private Game Reserve. Before this, Warren became a paramedic during his compulsory South African military service. He has retained his accreditation and is certified as an Intermediate Life Support Paramedic. Warren is also an accredited American Heart Association instructor. Warren’s work experience extends from guiding to managing lodges, remote luxury bush camps, mineral exploration camps as well as working in disaster management and training. His guiding and work experience has taken him from the vast Serengeti plains in Tanzania to the Okavango Delta in Botswana and the almost untouched reserves in Zambia. He has worked in the Sabi Sands, the Timbavati and many other wildlife regions in Southern Africa. Warren spent six months working for Animal Planet on the set of ‘Into the Pride’ in a Private Reserve in Namibia. He served a dual role of wildlife specialist and paramedic. The documentary tells the story of a pride of lions that had to be taught to accept a human presence so that they could be incorporated into the reserve and not eliminated.

Warren combines a wealth of experience with a deep passion for guiding. As a natural people’s person he is an entertaining and ever professional host. His high level of integrity and work ethics ensures that every client leaves Africa wanting to come back for more. Through his diverse work experience Warren has a solid understanding of operations and logistics and knows how to ensure tours run smoothly. Warren is the ideal guide for wildlife and photographic safaris. With his level of paramedic experience he is the ideal choice for adventure trips. Warren’s positive outlook on life and easygoing nature are ideally suited for his career as a professional private guide. His enthusiasm and passion for Africa, its wildlife and people make Warren a first choice when it comes to selecting a private guide.

         Warren Pearson

It was his Grandfathers passion for the African bush that first drew Warren to become a wildlife safari guide in the late 1990’s. More than a decade and a bit later it has not lost its allure. For Warren it is a privilege to be able to share wildlife encounters with those who may be visiting Africa for the first time. Even more so, to share in the adventures of travellers who return, time and again to explore more of the African continent. Warren knows that a brilliant wildlife guide must be able to do more than simply track and find an animal. It’s about having a deep understanding of the bush nuances, animal behaviour and respect for both the environment and the wildlife. Warren takes you on a journey and calmly immerses you into the African bush allowing you to experience animal interactions in their most natural form. As you sit around the campfire at night he will gladly share stories about the sparkling southern night skies and the many adventures he has had under the African sun.

Warren completed his guide training through CCAfrica (now &Beyond) and spent his formative years guiding in the Sabi Sands at Londolozi Private Game Reserve. Before this, Warren became a paramedic during his compulsory South African military service. He has retained his accreditation and is certified as an Intermediate Life Support Paramedic. Warren is also an accredited American Heart Association instructor. Warren’s work experience extends from guiding to managing lodges, remote luxury bush camps, mineral exploration camps as well as working in disaster management and training. His guiding and work experience has taken him from the vast Serengeti plains in Tanzania to the Okavango Delta in Botswana and the almost untouched reserves in Zambia. He has worked in the Sabi Sands, the Timbavati and many other wildlife regions in Southern Africa. Warren spent six months working for Animal Planet on the set of ‘Into the Pride’ in a Private Reserve in Namibia. He served a dual role of wildlife specialist and paramedic. The documentary tells the story of a pride of lions that had to be taught to accept a human presence so that they could be incorporated into the reserve and not eliminated.

Warren combines a wealth of experience with a deep passion for guiding. As a natural people’s person he is an entertaining and ever professional host. His high level of integrity and work ethics ensures that every client leaves Africa wanting to come back for more. Through his diverse work experience Warren has a solid understanding of operations and logistics and knows how to ensure tours run smoothly. Warren is the ideal guide for wildlife and photographic safaris. With his level of paramedic experience he is the ideal choice for adventure trips. Warren’s positive outlook on life and easygoing nature are ideally suited for his career as a professional private guide. His enthusiasm and passion for Africa, its wildlife and people make Warren a first choice when it comes to selecting a private guide.

 

Lemur magic in Madagascar.

Lemur magic in Madagascar.