Green Leaf Safaris started as an idea in middle 2018 and finally got its wheels on the ground in beginning of 2019. As we are relatively new on the market we are starting as a small, friendly and very personal travel company.
But we have big dreams and hopes of growing and prospering into a bigger, greener and of course, still personal Safaris company that will serve You to the fullest with exceptional service and with Your needs as a guiding light. We value our clients and we put effort into getting to know our clients so we can better spot out what really lies within their hungry traveling mind.
We are located in the capital city of Zambia, the bustling city of Lusaka, from there we do our best to make dreams come true.
In spite of our company being new on the market, we have been in the Tourism industry before and know what our client’s needs are, hence our teams different kinds of useful knowledge, creativity and passion brought together offers you an amazing and memorable travel experience.
Throughout time, we have built up relationships and connection with all kinds of people that will help us make the perfect Safari you seek.
With our service we want to benefit the local people of Zambia, we do that by motivating trade with locals and encouraging them to take part with our clients and help leaving a memorable experience in their mind.
Our goal is simply to offer our clients professional and memorable experience in the wild bush of Zambia and neighboring countries.-Green Leaf Safaris
Meet the team
Alvin used to work as a tour guide before starting Green Leaf Safaris, traveling from one place to another within Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Malawi with tourists from all over the world. He grew up in various places in Zambia and can speak up to 12 of the 72 local languages and fluent english as well. He has been skydiving in South Africa and horseback riding in the mountains of Iceland
Gudny is an Icelandic vegetarian. She has travelled to more than 50 countries and lived in China, Hong Kong and now Zambia, constantly escaping the Icelandic weather. She used to work in hotels and mountain lodges in Iceland while studying tourism and marketing.