Tom Imrie

Field Guide

Tom is the voice of wisdom, reason and logic on the Londolozi Ranging Team, as well as all the other facets that go hand-in-hand with being an intellectual far beyond the realm of most mere mortals. There are very few subjects under the sun that Tom has not read something about, and there is unlikely any other guide on the African continent that brings such a depth of knowledge to the wilderness experiences that he conducts. Tom's skills were recognised at a national level in 2013 when he was awarded the Africa Direct Safari Guide of the Year Award, and he continues to enthral guests and other rangers alike with his insights and passion. Tom's skill as a writer has been well known for years, and we are hoping to coerce him into producing more of his funny and insightful pieces for the Londolozi Blog.

Stories by Tom

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On a Wing and a Prayer

by on September 17, 2015 3

It’s been excrutiatingly hot and dry at Londolozi. We’ve been watching the afternoon skies for storms banking on the southern horizon and scanning various weather apps to see when and

January flies by

by on February 3, 2014 9

The bush loves to throw a curveball out there every now and again. For the past few weeks there has been a mini fly epidemic and the little pests have

The Iron Lady

by on April 18, 2013 33

In a place where the contest between life and death is so keen, it seems ironic that the passing of a Londolozi lioness should draw much attention in the greater

Freakquencies

by on November 19, 2011 7

On my death bed I will tell those, assuming there is anyone listening, that walking in the bush with Jerry Hambana has been some of the most ‘alive time’ of

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