Inyati prides itself in the safari guiding team and we believe that an experienced ranger and tracker are an integral part of your game viewing experience. All of our rangers and trackers are registered with The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) and have a full trails guide qualification as a minimum requirement. These qualifications ensure guests enjoy an exceptional wildlife experience – not only while on a game drive but also on foot. Your ranger will be your dinner host, guide, and educator during your stay.

Guests are guided on specially designed safari vehicles which are allowed off-road, ensuring you get exclusive and intimate game viewing opportunities. The tracker, who sits on a seat at the front of the bonnet, has the job of finding elusive wildlife as well as interpret nature’s subtle clues through acutely honed senses while the ranger engages with the guests.


Keith studied conservation and worked in the Greater Kruger Park after qualifying. After a stint as a guide, he discovered his passion for sharing the wonders of the bushveld with guests and started to focus on a career as a guide. Keith has spent over 20 years guiding in the Greater Kruger National Park area and holds the Professional Field Guide and Trails Guide Qualification, is an FGASA Guide Mentor, and is General Manager and Shareholder at Inyati.


Georgie is a living legend in the Sabi Sand Nature Reserve. After over 30 years, George is still living and working on the reserve with his family. Tracking and anticipating animal movements and behaviour is second nature to George, and his guests are guaranteed to be where the action is taking place.


Like most of the best guides in our industry, Omega started his career as a tracker. This moulded his understanding of the animals he lives and works with. Omega quickly moved through the ranks and is now a trail guide at Inyati. Omega brings a huge amount of energy to the team with a larger-than-life, bubbly personality.


Diff is an elder brother in a family of legendary Rangers and Trackers. Diff’s father was a property manager in the Sabi Sand who passed his wealth of bush knowledge to his sons at a young age, creating a foundation for excellent guiding skills. Diff has tracked and guided within many of the Sabi Sands Lodges, constantly honing his skills. Even though Diff is immensely experienced, his humble nature and friendly smile make him a sought-after guide.


Gabriel was introduced to the Sabi Sand by his uncle, a well-renowned guide. This ignited a passion for wildlife that Gabriel decided to turn into a career. Growing up in the beautiful Western Cape, Gabriel was always drawn to nature. He studied to become a guide and was employed in the very reserve where his uncle first introduced him to the bush. Gabriel has since joined the Inyati guiding team, and his energy, knowledge, and enthusiasm are contagious.


Roger started his career in hospitality, he polished his immense people skills during this time, but his passion has always been in the field. He quickly qualified as a tracker and then as a field guide due to his hard work and dedication. Rogers’s experience in hospitality, and tacking has moulded him into a fantastic guide; his gentle and attentive demeanour and skills in the bush make Roger a favourite of many guests at Inyati.


Solly is one of the most respected trackers in the reserve. His immense trailing talent is evident in his relaxed yet confident approach to tracking. He is one of a handful of trackers who managed full marks on their first-ever tracking assessment and has grown even stronger.


Joel has been with Inyati for almost twenty years. He has a quiet, calm demeanour that suits his profession perfectly. He loves every aspect of the bush, but tracking and spending time with guests are his firm favourites.


Lucas like many trackers, started his career in the hospitality department but honed his tracking skills whenever he had the opportunity. His dedication led to him becoming a qualified tracker, and his passion and dedication are still evident when finding free-roaming game and taking care of his guests.


Cliff came to Inyati after finishing at the top of his class at the Tracker Academy. His tracking skill meant that he slotted into this experienced team very well, and his fresh and youthful perspective motivates the old salt.


Qolani joined the Inyati team after tracking in the Kalahari and Central Kruger National Parks. He loves tracking leopards and, as a result, is a master at finding these elusive cats. Qolani's guests are always welcomed with a bright, beaming smile.


Suprize started his career in the bush in the Sabi Sand Nature Reserve as a conservation team leader. He spent a few years working on conservation field projects and was quickly identified as a strong leader and a very capable tracker. Initially, he was self-taught as a tracker but formalized his tracker qualification shortly after joining the Inyati team. Suprize is now an experienced tracker with a skill set way beyond his years.

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