Chris developed his love of Africa and native culture living in a rural Namibian village for two years while teaching in the U.S. Peace Corps. From the jungles of Uganda to the Kalahari desert, he has travelled to remote corners of the African continent on numerous private and self-guided safaris in eight countries. Among the most adventurous trips... he organized and led was for a group of high school students on a month-long journey through South Africa and Namibia. International travel, conservation and community development have shaped his life and formed the basis of his core values. Chris' enthusiasm for sharing his knowledge and experience to design transformational travel opportunities to Africa led him to Wildland Adventures. Outside of travel he enjoys climbing mountains, backcountry skiing and mountain biking throughout the Pacific Northwest. Chris is a Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician and an active volunteer with the Snohomish County Helicopter Rescue Team. More

Uganda Guest Review: Gorilla Trekking

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The Davi family recently returned from our  Ultimate Uganda Gorilla Adventure  - Enjoy their feedback and lovely photos: "We chose Wildand Adventures because we wanted someone who had local knowledge and connections and could organize everything for us. My daughter was in Uganda 2 weeks before us doing servic...
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Kenya Guest Review: "We saw an incredible array of animals."

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Natalie F. was referred to us by one of our alumni and I created a custom Kenya Safari  for her and her family. Here are just a few of the photos she shared with us of the wildlife they saw. "Masai Mara was incredible! The Lodges and staff could not have been more accommodating  and we saw an incredible array...
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24 experiences (almost) anyone can have in Southern Africa

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There is so much to do in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, Namibia and Botswana besides just looking for wildlife from your Land Rover! Here are 24 wild activities to inspire your next African adventure - how many of these would you do? 1. Get soaked by the spray of Victoria Falls at sunrise . Forget trying to take pictures when the Falls are thinne...
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A Cape Town Culinary Safari: Nibbling away in the Mother City

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My day on a Cape Town Foodie Tour was a day well spent discovering some of the culinary gems of this amazing city. Part history lesson, part cross-cultural encounter, part gastronomic extravaganza, this privately guided excursion used the vibrant food scene of the city as a vehicle for exploring both the very popular and hidden gems that Cape Town ...
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Gorilla Trekking with the Wildlife Conservation Society

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In January, Wildland Adventures partnered with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) for a breathtaking and once-in-a-lifetime chance to view mountain gorillas in the wild, up-close and unencumbered. Our guests and their team of naturalist guides and native trackers bushwhacked through Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Rwanda's Volcanoes Na...
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