An excerpt from the interview with Stephanie Fuchs
Ivan Carter has been guiding safaris all over Africa for the past 30 years. Born and raised in Zimbabwe, the importance of conservation and wildlife was instilled in Ivan from a very young age as he was able to enjoy the wild places on his doorstep. He was the youngest person ever to receive his professional guiding in Zimbabwe. The host of the Carters War, which is the untold story of Ivan’s quest to save Africa, the worlds most wild continent.
Bob, also known as Jerseybob, and Monika, are avid travelers and adventurers. Monika, originally from South Africa, and Bob, originally from the United Kingdom, currently live in New Zealand, where they own a raw food deli. It is their love of music, along with strong family ties to South Africa and Namibia, that sees them return to the continent of Africa to enjoy the beauty and share their music. With an amazing sense of humor, hear as they talk of their love for Africa, and tell stories from their travels within the continent. There is a special magic, a vibe to these amazing people.
Stephanie Fuchs lives in the Maasai Steppe of Tanzania with her Maasai warrior husband and young son. She is a biologist and conservationist by profession, and a Maasai by heart.
Honeymooners, Josh Kanuck and Amanda Sheplee, missed Africa the moment they returned home in 2017 to New York City, and started thinking about how quickly they could return. Having lived in New York City for the last seventeen years, Josh and Amanda tied the knot at the Bronx Zoo, and instead of jet-setting immediately off on a honeymoon, they waited until they could have the honeymoon, they both dreamed of – an African safari, including a visit to Rwanda to marvel at the magnificent mountain gorillas.