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Lee Gutteridge

Lee Gutteridge is a professional tour leader, guide trainer and tracker with over 21 years of experience.

He has published 5 books on various wildlife and anthropological subjects and his infectious passion for anthropology and traditional cultures has led him to co-found Tau Anthropological Safaris with Adam Riley…

Lee has written books on the Waterberg region of South Africa, the Okavango delta, Southern African Rock Art Cultures, Tracking and also on the Kruger Park of South Africa and is currently busy with a book on insects of Southern Africa. He has been professionally employed in the African Bush for many years, and is qualified as a FGASA Scout Guide, currently one of only seven worldwide. He is also a Senior Tracker and qualified Tracking Teacher and Assessor, as well as a Paleao-anthropological guide and a Southern African Wild Flower Specialist Guide. He is also the Head Trainer and Owner of the prestigious Entabeni Nature Guide Training School in Northern South Africa, a company with a ten year history of successful Game Ranger Training. Lee entered the Army after leaving School and became an Army Tracker, living in the Kruger Park, assisting in the park with Anti-poaching Operations. He then entered the Safari Industry, and worked in many beautiful and diverse areas and reserves across southern Africa, such as Lake Kariba in Zambia, the Matopos Hills in Zimbabwe, the Okavango Delta in Botswana and Sabi Sabi in South Africa. His extensive knowledge of the Tracking, Wildlife and Human History in the various regions to which Tau will be traveling, combined with his naturally enthusiastic nature will make him a tour guide to remember.

Lee has also travelled to India, Bali in Indonesia, the East African Island of Zanzibar, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Kenya, Lesotho, Dubai, Great Britain, Germany, Belgium, Holland, France and the North Eastern USA on Safaris, tours, marketing trips and in order to present various wild life lectures.