Kyle has spent the last few years exploring and guiding in the heart of Africa with a primary focus on conservation and adventure travel. He is one of the very few naturalist and photographic guides to host guests on safari to these last great wilderness regions on the continent which include the humid rainforests, Saharan deserts and the great Albertine rift.
His background in hospitality and nature guiding has formed the foundation for the detailed guest-centric approach to all of the safaris he leads and designs. Having spent time guiding in South Africa, him and his wife Ruth left the country and headed north towards Botswana where they spent 3 years managing C4’s photographic concession at Mashatu. From there, Kyle and Ruth’s migration went one way. They packed their simple belongings and headed north to paddle the longest lake in the world for rhino conservation, Lake Tanganyika, before settling in on the outskirts of the Okavango delta where they currently live. In between safaris, Kyle spends his time at home raising their child, Ira Wild, along the Boro River in Maun.