Meet Your Guides

Ross Coventry

Tour Guide

Ross Coventry was born and raised in the city of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and grew up exploring the Eastern highlands as a child – where he fell in love with the mystery and adventure that comes with it’s mountains and waterfalls.  He has guided clients in many of the National parks around Zimbabwe and is familiar with the flora and fauna of these beautiful wild spaces.  He has since moved to live in Victoria Falls and his expeditions incorporate his passion for conservation and looking after our natural heritage and history.  As well as sharing the beautiful sights, sounds and culture of Zimbabwe with people, he enjoys making them as excited as he is about everything our country has to offer.  He is a fully qualified professional guide.  Come and join Ross on one of his expeditions to experience an authentic Zimbabwean adventure!

Clive Wakefield

Private Chaperone

Clive was born and raised in Matepatepa, a remote farming district in the North Eastern part of Zimbabwe. With an unexplored wilderness on his doorstep, and an endless fascination for the bush & wildlife that shared his world, it’s understandable that he opted for a career as a game farmer, and for over 30 years he has successfully owned and operated his own private game reserve and safari tour operation. A fluent Shona speaker, he has always been passionate about education and Special Needs, establishing 5 schools within the rural communities adjacent to his farming district, before moving to Victoria Falls in 2013. Clive is a qualified, respected and preferred Tour Guide for High End Clients within the Victoria Falls area and the Region.  He has quickly established himself as a gifted Raconteur and his rendition of the life of Dr David Livingstone, is unique as he combines the stories of both Livingstone and Stanley whilst bringing the two together at that most famous of meetings in the centre of Africa.  His story is both moving and heartfelt as is his obvious passion for the past, present and future of his home – the African continent.