About Brett Horley Safaris
A true conservationist and nature enthusiast, Brett has perfected his skills and knowledge in the natural world, which have grown with him since early childhood. His passion has developed from his barefoot days in the bush to becoming one of the most esteemed professionals in his field. Brett holds a FGASA Level 3 Qualification with SKS Birding; he was runner-up in the 2014 Safari Guide of the Year competition, and has over 12 years of hands-on experience in all things safari. He has conducted safari tours throughout South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Kenya, and Tanzania, after working as a guide for some of the most well-known safari companies: Singita, Lion Sands Game Reserve, and Letaka Safaris.
Today, Brett Horley Safaris thrives on creating tailored travel itineraries throughout Africa, and facilitating conservation-orientated safaris for in depth nature study experiences. From hands-on adventure-style itineraries to luxury destination hopping, Brett Horley has applied his years of travel experience to arranging memorable excursions on the African continent.
Rosey’s roots are firmly planted on the African continent, beginning with her Grandfather’s life in Kenya, then Mozambique, which is where her father was raised, to her life on the doorstep of South Africa’s Kruger National Park where she expertly designs travel itineraries for Brett Horley Safaris.
In the years between, Rosey has travelled the world as the marketing manager of an international pharmaceutical company, which is something that came naturally to the qualified and trained nursing sister, and managed her own marketing business in Cape Town. Combining her knowledge of travel with an innate passion for Africa, Rosey now offers an invaluable contribution to the BHS team.
Tailor-making itineraries, which sew together some of Southern and East Africa’s most sought after destinations, Rosey draws her knowledge and expertise from her own experience managing 5-Star lodges with her husband, Anthony, on Lake Kariba and in the Kruger National Park.