Japhet was born in Zimbabwe in 1966. He is proud of the fact that he has been with Singita as a senior full professional guide since May 2008 although he’s been in the safari industry for some 25 years, having qualified for his Professional Guide License in 1996.

Japhet’s work experience was gained in the region surrounding Lake Kariba and the fenceless areas around Mana Pools. He speaks fondly of times when he can take guests on walking tours to see impala, hippo, crocodiles, waterbuck, and zebra and he really likes sharing spectacular sunsets on the water while watching magnificent elephant herds on the banks or listening to the calls of soaring Fish Eagles overhead with them.

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