Meet The Team
Brad and Annie White
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.
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, 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 expression of
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: http://www.wildhorizons.co.za/whisked-away-dean-jones/
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,
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.
Hilda joined our team in 2012 as an experienced hospitality professional, and brings with her a wealth of knowledge derived from having spent ten years in the hospitality industry.
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.