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Zoe, Africa Safari Specialist

Zoe has been lucky enough to travel the world from a very young age, sparking a passion for all things adventurous. Her first trip to Africa was in 2002 and it was the wonderful experiences she had that sparked a love-affair with safaris. The wilderness and not knowing what animals she would see from one day to the next made each game drive truly exciting, fueling her desire to return time and time again.

Since that first trip, she has been on two safari holidays to various parts of Africa, most recently being in the southern parks of Tanzania. Zoe's most recent trip to Tanzania was an opportunity to experience the northern circuit, which provided new and amazing experiences. She was also able to return to the southern parks that hold such fond memories for her.

She is very much looking forward to helping you plan your perfect Tanzanian safari.

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Audley Travel specialist Zoe

Start planning your trip to Tanzania with Zoe by calling
01993 838 546

Photos of Zoe

Zoe visiting Ngorongoro Crater in northern Tanzania Zoe visiting Ngorongoro Crater in northern Tanzania
Zoe in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania Zoe in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
Zoe on a Zanzibar spice tour Zoe on a Zanzibar spice tour
Zoe with some of the guides at Klein's Camp, Tanzania Zoe with some of the guides at Klein's Camp, Tanzania

Photos taken by Zoe

Lion, Ruaha National Park Lion, Ruaha National Park
Carmine Bee-eater, Selous Game Reserve Carmine Bee-eater, Selous Game Reserve
Cheetah cubs in the Serengeti National Park Cheetah cubs in the Serengeti National Park
Lion cub, Selous Game Reserve Lion cub, Selous Game Reserve
Ostrich, Tarangire National Park Ostrich, Tarangire National Park

I'll never forget when…

My most memorable experience was out on safari in Ruaha. We were watching a very large herd of elephants, of all ages, in the hope that they were going to head out to have a mud bath. All of a sudden the huge matriarch started trumpeting, flapping her ears and raising her trunk to make her look even bigger. She, along with her family began running into the nearby bushes, where all of a sudden a lion ran out, having had its nap in the shade disturbed by the commotion.

We watched the young male hide in the bushes across the track, but the elephants were still unsettled. We soon realised why when a second male came trotting out of the bushes. A truly magical and unexpected experience.