Andrew Rae & Peter Neville
Andrew Rae has been guiding safaris in both Southern and East Africa for a long time. A South African by birth, his love affair with all things wild and African began at an early age. He has a National Diploma in Nature Conservation and is a licenced foot safari, rock art interpretation and nature/bird guide. The last 30 years has seen him working in the Kruger lowveld, Eastern Cape Karoo, Botswana’s northern Tuli Game Reserve and most recently the region surrounding Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site. He is a known raconteur and storyteller who believes that a great safari always depends on the quality of the guiding.
Professor Peter Neville, a Brit, survived going to a nearly posh boys’ school near Twickenham rugby ground in the UK and then got lucky, spending his professional life working with all sorts of animals and their people all over the world. He wrote or co-wrote 17 books on pet behaviour and spent 30 years as a professional pet shrink, writer, broadcaster, and educator. Peter currently works exclusively as a parttime ethologist/guide with Rae Safaris.