Mark C. Ross has been guiding safaris for International groups, individuals, photographers, filmmakers and fellow scientists for over 30 years. As the only safari guide in East Africa with his own fleet of airplanes and vehicles, several degrees in wildlife biology/zoology, fluency in the native language, Kiswahili, and a vast knowledge of the people and the history of East Africa, Mark is in an unparalleled position to guide your safari.
Africa is incredibly diverse, its land includes blistering deserts and vast and unexplored rain forests. An African safari is a joyful, safe, and exciting adventure of refreshing newness and learning, of natural beauty and of cultural history. A safari can be as active and as participatory as you wish. A safari will always be wildlife, and not just placid, innate wildlife, but wildlife of action, behavior, cute and cuddly and death and life.
Certain parks and certain countries and activities are better at some times of the year than other. but somewhere is always good and some places are not seasonal, but always good as well. So its an easy and fun experience to put together a custom safari. Safari countries include Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Ethiopia.
What Sets a Mark C. Ross Safari Apart The actual guiding of an African safari is, truthfully, a very odd job if done well. Professionally guiding a private safari requires a unique combination of vast knowledge, the love of teaching, devotion to each guest’s needs and expectations, and, in Mark’s case, a love of photography, [...]
Because eastern and southern Africa are so biologically and culturally diverse, there is a fantastic array of unusual activities, additions and options there for the choosing, for any safari. Let me just list a few examples of what you can do and then, when it comes time to design your particular safari we can discuss [...]
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