WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE THE ONLY FEMALE SAFARI GUIDE IN KENYA

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WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE THE ONLY FEMALE SAFARI GUIDE IN KENYA

Lorna Seela Nabaala:Photo Courtesy|KASHMIRA GANDER

WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE THE ONLY FEMALE SAFARI GUIDE IN KENYA

When Lorna Seela Nabaala started working as a safari guide, the others made fun of her. Now, she says, she’s a force to be reckoned with

 Lorna Seela Nabaala is a force to be reckoned with. As a safari guide in Kenya, she wakes up before dawn breaks to drive tourists through the yellowy scrub and rough terrain of the Maasai Mara. She tracks down killer big cats, and keeps guests safe on foot as she navigates the wild fauna home to hundreds of species of animals. And yet, because she’s a woman, she says the first thing that most visitors ask when she greets them is, “Are you the guide?” READ MORE
WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE THE ONLY FEMALE SAFARI GUIDE IN KENYA Reviewed by on April 7, 2017 .

Lorna Seela Nabaala:Photo Courtesy|KASHMIRA GANDER WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE THE ONLY FEMALE SAFARI GUIDE IN KENYA When Lorna Seela Nabaala started working as a safari guide, the others made fun of her. Now, she says, she’s a force to be reckoned with  Lorna Seela Nabaala is a force to be reckoned with. As a

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