Meet The Team


To arrive as guests an depart as friends is at the very core of our service philosophy… This means developing a relationship with the guests and thereby an understanding of their expectations and needs and then knowing how to meet and exceed those needs and expectations.
We create truly meaningful and bespoke moments for our guests.
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Brad and Annie White

General Managers

Brad and Annie White joined the Wild Horizons team in 2012. However, Brad’s relationship with the bush extends far further back, he was born and raised in Victoria Falls. Together, he and Annie have spent nine

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years sculpting a successful career in the hospitality tourism industry. Their journey has taken them through South African game lodges and hotels, to prestigious lodge’s in Botswana’s Okavango Delta before Victoria Falls beckoned them back.

They initially managed the Imbabala Safari Lodge for Wild Horizons, before settling at The Elephant Camp, which Brad has described as “home away from home”. Annie has an impressive background in hospitality and holds several beauty therapy qualifications. This dynamic couple run the camp with the respect and care it deserves, with the help of a passionate and devoted team.

Dean Jones

Executive Chef

Dean Jones, The Elephant Camp’s Executive Group Chef, recognises that food is more than just a meal, but an art in the most delicious form. He believes that “being a chef is an

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expression of character, passion, creativity and love”. During his tutelage, Dean spent two months in five different kitchen environments, where he gained valuable experience working at several reputable restaurants, including The Conservatory at The Cellars Hohenourt, Myoga Restaurant at the Vineyard Hotel in Claremont, and The Foodbarn in Noordhoek. Dean’s innovative and creative recipe development and food styling skills can be attributed to his time spent with Abigail Donnelly at the Woolworths Taste Magazine. In the April of 2016, Dean was selected as a semi-finalist out of tens of thousands of chefs from around the world in a global competition called The San Pellergrino Young Chefs Award. Due to this Global competition, at the age of 30, Dean was recognized as one of the worlds ‘up-and-coming’ young chefs.”

Dean has a passion for pastry that arose while he spent time in his Ouma’s bakery as a young boy. Though his flaky phyllo pastry, tantalising tarts, and buttery crisp croissants, Dean’s freshly baked menu achieves a wow factor in textures, flavours and presentation. Read more about Dean’s journey here:

The Elephant Camp Manager Himal Nathoo

Himal Nathoo


Himal’s relationship with the bush stems from a long history of exploring the many wonders Africa has to offer. Himal studied management and hospitality and as soon as he was qualified, he returned to the banks of

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the Zambezi River as a fishing guide at Imbabala Safari Lodge. His natural ease in a safari setting accompanied by his people skills earned him the position of manager at Imbabala, and eventually, Elephant Camp West. Himal is pursuing a passion that was cultivated at a young age, and is devoted to the work he does. After years in the industry, his favourite past times still include casting a line into the water on a still day, or exploring the exquisite environment that he is fortunate enough to call is office.
The Elephant Camp - Guide, Mkhulekelwa Ndlovu

Mkhulekelwa Ndlovu


Mkhulekelwa Ndlovu or ‘Khule’ for short was born 44yrs ago in a small village in Matabeleland. As the last born of a family of 9 Khule was designated the sole cattle minder.

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He first went to school at the age of 10 due to the demands of home chores his duties herding cattle. He completed his primary and secondary education in the same village where he grew up and after that began working for private vet, who used to take him to game farms. Here he met some game rangers and safari guides who inspired him to go into guiding. Khule has been guiding since he first got his learner’s licence in 1996.  He qualified as a full Professional Guide in 2001 and has never looked back. Khule has a few words to share to those wanting to come and experience the beauty of Zimbabwe. He says it’s important to experience nature without prior expectations so you can enjoy it all as it comes. “To my guests, I say look deep into nature and you will understand it better. On earth, there is no heaven but there are pieces of it. The fact that you have come this far, make the best out of it, we start the journey together and share what is on offer here.” Read more about Khule’s journey here:
The Elephant Camp - Assitant Manager, Hilda Ncube

Hilda Ncube

Assistant Manager

I have been working in the Tourism Industry since 2004 ,first a s Catering Manager at a Safari Camp within Fuller Forest in Victoria Fall . I then became a Lodge Manager at a Photographic Safari Lodge within the Hwange National Park, then Operations

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Manager at a Luxury Safari Lodge within the Zambezi National Park ,where I had an opportunity to train in South Africa in 3 different luxury lodges within Sabi Sabi Sands. I finally joined Elephant Camp in 2012 as an Assistant Lodge Manager and then got promoted to the General Manager for The Elephant Camp in February 2018.

Honestly am not sure what to write but that’s about summarises my work experience ,trying to make it sound like a CV lol. If you not happy the photo please just tell me and I can come out to your office you take another one .Of all the 50 we took this is the best I could give.

I love meeting new people but most of all taking care of them and seeing that they enjoy their time with us or me .It brings lots of satisfaction and joy that I have failed to experience anywhere else. I love the Tourism industry because it gives us as a people an opportunity to showcase our love for people and tolerance for others .Aside from my passion for people ,I love cooking ,my passion being Cake Decorating ,I love seeing a theoretical concept coming to life in my cakes and love the challenge of creating unusual cake designs.


Our Activities

The location of Elephant Camp so close to Victoria Falls Town offers guests the chance to do any activities that are available in Victoria Falls with total ease.

Community and Conservation

We have borrowed this land from the elephant, impala, birds and buffalo and we are dedicated to treading as lightly as possible on their beautiful patch of earth.

Breathtaking Views

Contact Us

Office Landline: +263 (83) - 2844571, 2844426, 2842313, 2842029

Mobile: +263-712 - 213 721
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