Naples Illustrated


In her seminal 1937 book, Out of Africa, Danish author Karen Blixen evokes the romance that attracted generations of adventurers, tourists, wildlife lovers, and animal hunters. “Everything that you saw made for greatness and freedom, and unequalled nobility,” she wrote.

Andrew Fentiman personally responded to, based in Southwest Florida. The English-born resident of Bonita Springs draws upon his 40 years of experience to recreate the old-world glamour and style of African journeys for global clients, including celebrities and royals, that showcase the continent’s wildlife and culture. “Most people want to see ‘the big five’ [lions, elephants, leopards, Cape buffalo, and rhinos] and have some kind of cultural encounter with tribes,” he says. “For Africa to conform to what they imagine, whether it’s [the Clark Gable movie] Mogambo or Out of Africa, East Africa is a pretty good bet. You can still see the red-robed Maasai standing on one leg, looking as they have for the last 1,000 years and living the same lifestyle. You’ll also get the wildlife, the scenery, and the animals.”

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