Quantum Leap Podcast Episode #11: "African Safari Tours and International Travel During COVID-19," w/ Phil Bennett, On Safari-In
In this episode, co-host Cory Nott and I interview African Safari guide Phil Bennett regarding what is going on with international travel during COVID-19 and what his plans are for future safaris in 2021.
In this interview we discuss the impressive safari trips that Phil offers such as the “great migration,” his story and experience as well as his conservation efforts and public speaking career.
Phil is an expert African Safari guide who has guided safaris for more than 20 years in key regions in Africa. He specializes in customized trips that take participants into the outback on walking tours to see the animals in their natural habitat and leverages his contacts on the continent to give participants a unique experience that departs from many preconceived notions about safaris.
Phil is also an avid conservationist who give regular talks on conservation in Africa around the Bay Area and beyond. You can book him as a speaker at your local community organization or Rotary Club.
One thing I really appreciate about Phil is his outlook on safaris which is one of great respect for the environment and natural habitat and belief that humans should leave the environment the same or better as they initially found it. In this vein, he sets a great example and serves as a role model for exploring the continent as a respectful visitor, guide and conservationist, who seeks to protect and conserve.
Phil is current scheduling trips for early 2021 and can develop a customized trip for you and your family or business colleagues based on your unique needs and desires.
To get in touch with Phil you can visit his website at www.onsafari-in.com or email him at email@example.com or call him at (813) 330-1819.
Phil is originally from Bristol, England and moved to the states several years ago to pursue his safari business and public speaking career on conservation issues. He is married and expecting a baby soon.