Anthony (Ant) Kaschula is a third generation Zimbabwean who specializes in providing close to nature, true wilderness experiences in what are regarded to be some of the continent’s wildest and furthest flung destinations.
His forebears arrived in Africa from south eastern Germany on the 6th of December 1858 aboard the Wandrahm, and since this time, African soil has firmly become his family’s home.
A keen naturalist from a young age, Ant brings both history and knowledge along on his safaris, creating a unique experience in staggeringly wild and untouched settings.
Ant holds degrees in Ecology and Environmental & Geographical Science from the University of Cape Town and Tropical Resource Ecology from the University of Zimbabwe.
As a licensed Professional Guide in Zimbabwe, he holds one of the most highly respected guiding qualifications in the world and since becoming a professional guide in 2000; Ant leads safaris through over a dozen countries in southern, eastern and central Africa, including many “off the grid” destinations, such as Zakouma in his itineraries.
Being an ecologist, camp owner & operator and a well travelled private escorting guide, all rolled into one, puts Ant in a unique position to offer a depth of experience like few other guides of his generation.
What really makes Ant tick is experiencing the wilds of Africa on foot so you can expect an active, engaging experience outside of the confines of a vehicle.