In addition to answering a broad range of questions about Elewana’s camps, lodges and hotels and SkySafari, the story also delves into some of Haigh’s favorite experiences in the African bush.
“Distilling the wonders of Africa down to a single experience is a big ask. I’ve been privileged to watch the sun rise over the largest active lava lake in the world, thousands of wildebeest crossing raging rivers, and sat with my godson watching a family of dwarf mongoose at play for hours. Right now I’d say – sitting on the veranda at home with a cup of tea watching the Colobus monkeys at play . . .
“One needs so very little to enjoy an African safari. A sense of adventure, an open heart and inquisitive mind and a decent pair of binoculars. Africa provides the rest.”