ABC Partnership Manager
Born in the United Kingdom, Karl first fell in love with Africa when travelled to Southern Africa in 1996. Driven by community and conservation, Karl has gained a wide range of knowledge and skills in the safari industry having worked alongside many respected safari operators. Something that has always resonated with Karl is the impact tourism has on conservation efforts and the ability to empower local communities.
A 7-year self-imposed exile away from the bush saw Karl move to Cape Town to begin raising a family. He always knew that the move wasn’t forever. In 2018 he returned to the bush joining long-time advocate and leader in community & conservation Beks Ndlovo at African Bush Camps. It is through tourism that the African Bush Camps team is inspired to empower the many communities that live on the periphery of the national parks.