Botswana Safari Guide
Isaac Seredile first realised his passion for interacting with guests when started in the tourism industry and became a camp assistant and Barman in the early 1990’s. With his love for nature & wild life, he soon realised that he would need a Guides License, and in November 1993 he obtained his Professional Guides License, giving him the opportunity to combine creating new friendships whilst being in the wilderness.
For nine years Isaac worked at the same safari company conducting walking safaris, game drives and boat trips with international guests in remote and wild areas, including the Okavango Delta. Isaacs experience is not limited to being an excellent guide and includes having been an accomplished camp manager.
Isaac has continually expanded and extended his qualifications through rifle courses, personal guide training, etiquette and safety procedures, handling of dangerous game and leading teams. These advanced courses were held in Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
In February 2009 Isaac was appointed as a member of the Materials Development Panel (MDP). As a member of MDP in the Botswana Tourism Guiding field, Isaac’s work entails developing assessment instruments for the registration of the Tourism Qualification in wild life Guiding. This is a body made up of few individuals, who come from different departments, and Isaac only became involved because of the guide training course that he had been doing with one of the private Institutions, supported by BOTA (Botswana Training Authority).
Isaac is now one of the Botswana guide assessors and trainers and he regularly participates in any work needed to be done for professional guides in Botswana.
In August 2009 he joined the African Bush Camps Team as a camp manager and as the resident professional guide in the Botswana Camps which include Linyanti Bush Camp, Linyanti Ebony and Khwai Tented Camp.