John Roff is a qualified provincial Nature Guide, with 30 years guiding experience in nature reserves and wilderness settings.
He leads groups of all ages on specialised and general nature experiences that will open your eyes to see Fountainhill in a whole new way.
Cell: +27 83 662 2306
…offer weekends for eight people to explore the incredibly diverse landscape of Fountainhill. Your particular interest can be catered for, whether it be birds or trees or wild flowers, geology or the stars, or just a general love for nature. Fully catered (bring your own drinks) from Friday afternoon till after lunch on Sunday. Comfortable en-suite accommodation, a game-drive vehicle with a knowledgeable driver at the helm and delicious food, all make for a fantastic weekend.
David was the ornithologist at the Natal Parks Board, has a passion for our indigenous trees and keen interest in all things natural, while Sally adds her knowledge of the wild flowers and general enthusiasm for all the wonders of Fountainhill.
For more details phone Sally on
Tel: +27 33 239 0694
Cell: +27 72 1379408
Tammy has been conducting bi-annual Raptor Scoping Reports for Fountainhill Estate since 2015. She also runs basic introduction to bird of prey identification courses on Fountainhill Estate.
Projects and Programs Coordinator
FREEME KZN WILDLIFE REHABILITATION
Cell: +27 76 724 6846
Nick Evans is the founder of KZN Amphibian & Reptile Conservation, and spends all of his time trying to educate people about these misunderstood animals. As well as removing unwanted snakes from homes, writing, and presenting snake awareness talks, Nick also takes people out ‘frogging’- searching for the beautiful frog species that KZN has to offer! However, that is a night time activity.
During the day, Nick takes people out to actively look for snakes in the field. This can be challenging, but it can also be hugely rewarding.
Cell: +27 72 809 5806
Growing up on his parents’ ranch in rural Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, the call of the wild chimed early for Lee.
Lee has been private guiding since 2010, and there are only a few African wildlife hotspots he has not visited. Leading safaris throughout southern and east Africa, and the Indian Ocean Islands, Lee has developed a additional passion for Madagascar during his professional career. Along with his wife Claire, daughter Ali Mae, and 4 lively dogs, Lee lives in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
He runs an outdoor education business when he’s not on safari, taking groups of children on journeys, expeditions and wilderness skills camps.