Having grown up in South Wales, a move to Cape Town in the summer of 2000 at the age of 15 was an amazing experience for Anthony. He spent six magical years travelling around, gaining knowledge about the different cultures and rich history of the Rainbow Nation before moving back to the UK in 2006.
The draw of this diverse and beautiful place has taken him back numerous times since, visiting many of the different regions in the process - from the Cape Region all the way north to the expanses of the Kruger National Park.
Anthony's interest in diverse and wonderful destinations has inspired him to carve out a career in the travel industry, which gives him the perfect opportunity to use his expert knowledge for the benefit of his clients. He regularly travels back to South Africa and has recently also spent time in both Namibia and Mozambique to further add to his knowledge of Southern Africa.
I'll never forget when…
I have always been in awe of the African wild, so safari was always going to be an amazing experience. Sightings of lions, elephant, giraffe, zebra and rhino were magical, though when my ranger in Sabi Sands Reserve spotted a lime in the branches of one of the trees, I wasn't expecting much! Off she went by foot to pick this lime from its home, leaving me to watch on curiously. She came back holding a bright green chameleon, and handed it to me. I sat there and watched the chameleon turn dark, it was cheesed off with us. What an incredible experience for me though as I just sat there in amazement looking at this beautiful creature. On game drives ever since I have always kept an eye out for one of these limes in the hope of spotting one once again.