About Secret Africa
Secret Africa is a bespoke African safari specialist who plans and co-ordinates tailor made luxury African experiences to the best destinations and lodges Africa has to offer. We pride ourselves on our passion for Africa, her animals, wild spaces and amazing people.
Let us plan your families African experience and you will discover Africa’s hidden treasures, secluded lodges and amazing wildlife. We specialise in safari and ocean experiences to Southern and East Africa.
Secret Africa is the travel agent arm of @secretcapetown and @secretsouthafrica family of websites. We book and plan the experiences that are showcased on our accounts and blogs so that you can revel in the magic that is Africa.
Contact one of our passionate travel consultant’s to start planning your African discovery today.
Once Luci completed her university business degree, she did as all good Aussies do – moved to London. The experience changed her perception of life completely so going back to the sleepy town she called home was no longer an option. From there she has lived in Toronto Canada, Sydney Australia and now calls Cape Town home. From her very first safari experience in the Pilansberg National Park, Luci has been hooked on the thrill of the Landcruiser, never knowing what is in store once setting off on that day’s game drive. You won’t find anyone more excited (or jealous) for your African adventure than her.
Nicole was born and bred in South Africa’s Freestate Province. It wasn’t long before she set her sights on bigger things, seeing her travelling to over 60 countries. Nicole has always had a love for travel and worked in the travel industry for over 12 years. She is a keen animal lover and tries to get to the bush as often as possible. Fun fact- Nicole also works as a professional photographer!
Clyde was born just outside the Kruger National Park and lived at Londolozi until he was 5, where his father was a guide and tracker for over 8 years. He developed his love of the bush at a very early age and often dreamed of being a safari guide. He qualified as a FGASA 1 safari guide and apprentice trail guide through EcoTraining in his 20s. On the weekends you’ll find Clyde paddling his surf ski in Cape town’s cool Atlantic waters, or hiking Table Mountain with friends.