Coman, son of Coleman, an experienced guide at Singita Sabi Sands, was born in 1995 in Dumphries, a tiny town in South Africa.
His desire to make a living in the wild started when he used to spend time with his father who gladly shared his knowledge with his son.

Coman attended school just outside the Kruger National Park but left to study engineering at the University of Pretoria, soon realizing that the big city lights weren’t for him. With a clear and focused vision to follow in his father’s footsteps, Coman did a tracking course and started at Singita in 2015 where he still enjoys experiencing and learning new things under the African sun. His greatest sense of achievement comes from following a spoor and using the clues of the bush to find an animal, something he likes to share with his many friends and followers on Instagram.

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