Have you seen Brett Horley Safaris in the press?
This is where you’ll find any published articles, viral videos, interviews with Brett, and other media items that BHS has been featured in.
Nourish: Facebook post featuring the donation made by Brett Horley Safaris to support the One Health Campaign promoting the related health of people, their domestic animals, and their natural environment.
Classic 1027 FM: Brett’s radio interview with Tamra Le-Pine Williams discussing tracking, walking safaris and primitive trails in the Kruger.
Monga Bay: Article featuring Brett Horley highlighting the importance of community engagement and support in fighting rhino poaching. “On poaching in South Africa, education “has saved more wildlife than any guard with a gun”
Daily Mail: Viral video of a dwarf mongoose fighting a black mamba captured while on safari with Brett. “Brave dwarf mongoose takes on deadly black mamba snake while protecting its burrow”
Barcroft Media: Snapped in the Wild segment featuring viral video of a dwarf mongoose fighting a black mamba captured while on safari with Brett.
The Citizen: Viral video of a dwarf mongoose fighting a black mamba captured while on safari with Brett. “A black mamba and mongoose fight it out”
Africa Geographic: Article featuring Brett Horley Safaris Kruger Park walking trails. “A Walk on the Wild Side”
PR Lab: Article promoting Brett as a field guide featuring feedback from guests at Tanda Tula Safari Camp. “Tanda Tula Ranger Praise”
Whispers of the Wild: Brett is a contributing member of Whispers of the Wild mobile app – a digital guide to wildlife, featuring informative images to refer to on safari.
Outdoor Video and Photographic: Brett is presented with the title of overall runner-up in the 2014 Safari Guide of the Year competition, and also walked away with Top Gun in the shooting assessment, and won the birding assessment. Read the article here and watch the video from the assessment here.
Ranger Diaries: Brett’s article on the river crossings of the wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara. “Gnus Crossing the Mara River”