Testimonials

I can’t thank you enough for a most wonderful “honeymoon” trip.

Vanessa and Digby: I can't thank you enough for a most wonderful "honeymoon" trip. The game drives, evenings around the fire pit, the food walks and viewings were more than I could ever imagine. I hope John brings me back. Nancy and John

Cannot touch the sheer amazement of the Sentinel experience.

Just talking about it and planning for it cannot touch the sheer amazement of the Sentinel experience. Digby and Vanessa - well, we need a new word for guide, hosts, friendship and brother and sister (from the family you would choose). This deep experience, also with the staff will be imprinted on us forever and has changed our lives. We came home to Africa. It will never leave us wherever we go. Thank you.

I would love to go back

I had, of course, heard praise of Sentinel before the trip my wife and I took, but nothing anyone could say did it justice. From a beautiful river forest that reminded me of stalking whitetail at home to the centuries old elephant trails in the rock fields there was always something to admire. The camp itself seems to have grown from the kjope on which it is stationed and the surrounding baobab trees remind you that you are indeed in Africa! I would love to go back to simply wander around and see what is next!

The trip was great!

Not being a hunter, I wondered if this trip was going to be just a long boring wait in the truck while my husband hunted. That was not the case, to say the least. From a trip to the local school, watching the camp water hole, or taking walks to look at the many animals, the trip was great!

It is one of the most amazing tracks of land

My wife, granddaughter and I started hunting Sentinel Ranch in 1999, and have been back many times. It is one of the most amazing tracks of land that I have ever had the pleasure to explore. Large herds of Zebra, Wildebeest, Kudu, Eland are bountiful, not to mention the largest Impala, Bushbuck, Steenbuck and Klipspringers to be found anywhere in Africa

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