Jomi Krobb introduces four short stories about his life as a Ranger that go beyond the normal day to day guiding activities.
Working as a ranger means going into the bush with guests on a daily basis; viewing animals as well as connecting with the natural environment. Yet without guests rangers also live in the bush, which means constant exposure to the surrounding environment. In my case this means living in Marakele National Park, specifically on Marataba game reserve, which is a private concession on the national park.
Living here has been quite the experience and I would like to share four short stories about living in the bush in recent months, which has not been a part of the regular game drives with guests.
Raising swallow chicks with an I-phone
Releasing two cheetahs at Marataba
Prior to working at Marataba Safari Lodge Jomi attended the professional safari guide course.