Where did you grow up?
I grew up wandering the dusty roads of Katutura in Windhoek, a place that instilled in me a deep appreciation for diverse cultures and landscapes
Favourite part of being a travel consultant?
What I love most about being a travel consultant is creating unforgettable experiences for clients. The dynamic mix of cultural exploration and problem-solving keeps me engaged. The perks, like freebies and discounts, are great, but the real joy comes from the tight-knit tourism community and the incredible bonds formed over the years.
What makes a good travel consultant?
A top travel consultant possesses excellent people skills, a deep-seated passion for travel, creative problem-solving abilities, and the capability to thrive under pressure
How did you join Great Explorations?
I applied for an advertisment I saw online, and after the interview process, I became the first staff member of Great explorations.
Your favourite time of year to travel?
I’m a fan of traveling year-round. Namibia’s diverse landscapes offer unique experiences in every season, each worth witnessing.
Your favourite destination?
Although it might sound cliché, Sossusvlei remains my favorite destination. The vast dunes are endlessly fascinating and never cease to amaze me.
Your favourite lodge?
It’s a tough choice, but my favorites are Onguma, The Fort, Mowani Mountain Camp, and &Beyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge. Each offers a unique blend of luxury and immersion in nature.
What do you like to do when not working?
Outside of work, my time is devoted to my family. As I’ve grown older, I’ve become more aware of life’s fragility, and cherishing every moment with them has become my priority