Safaris I Can See

Let us guide you on an unforgettable safari

About Us

The faces behind the name

Safaris I Can See is an owner run photographic safari company dreamt up by Sean and Sara Hind. Their passion for the Zimbabwean bush, has driven them to want to inspire visitors and locals alike, to see the magic and beauty it offers.

Sean always knew he wanted to work in the bush and went straight from school to work in various camps in Zimbabwe, then Botswana, and even for a short time in an animal park in the UK. Working his way up from apprentice and bottle washer to guide and camp manager, these years spent working in camps around the country, have provided him with valuable understanding to provide his guests with the best experience possible.  He qualified as a professional guide in 2007, which allows him to take his guests walking through the bush to discover the little things often missed from a vehicle. He loves tracking lions or spotting the shy creatures while quietly following elephant paths, with the birds chatting in the trees above. With 20 years of experience in the bush, Sean is always keen to share is passion and knowledge of the African bush to anyone who is willing to listen.

Sara provides the behind the scenes part of the business, helping to keep things running smoothly. After school, Sara went into accounts but then decided to move across to the UK and Europe for a couple years to work and travel, before coming home and going into the safari industry. She began her safari career on Lake Kariba, then moved to management roles in various camps in Hwange and Mana Pools National Park, and in 2011 completed her Learner Guides License.

Both are avid photographers, always striving for that WOW shot, and are known by their friends as ‘bird nerds’, having a interest in all things feathered!  Since having started Safaris I Can See they have had such joy in showing their guests what experiences Zim holds. They consider travel such an important life experience, teaching tolerance, understanding, patience and gratitude, and the world certainly needs more of these.