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Typical ‘bush kids, Terry and Sheona were born and raised in Zimbabwe, growing up with a love of the wild and a passion for exploring. Terry left school and followed his heart into conservation and has worked in safaris ever since.

Qualified as a Professional Guide under Zimbabwe’s most stringent training and testing programme Terry has had 20 years of experience as a freelance professional private guide and camp manager with various operators throughout Zimbabwe including Antelope Park, The Hide and Somalisa. Sheona left Zimbabwe during her school years and returned in 2007 after some years working in the UK. She and Terry had known each other since 1996 and in 2007 were married in an intimate bush wedding in Hwange National Park.

Managing camps was an enriching, rewarding and much loved experience but when the opportunity presented itself to realise their long-time dream to own their own camping safari operation they founded Forever African Safaris shortly after they were married and haven’t looked back. Now a successful mobile tented camp and walking safari specialist, Forever African Safaris has operations throughout Zimbabwe and Terry and Sheona continue to live and share the life of their dreams with their guests in the wilds of Africa

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