Our Partners

Meet the Team


Malcolm Ainscough


+27 76 5000 700

Malcolm has enjoyed over thirty years of experience in the aviation-safari-travel world bringing a wealth of knowledge, experience, wisdom and leadership to this partnership.

Educated in Zimbabwe and the University of Surrey, he has developed a formidable network within the industry and an international following of loyal clients, colleagues and friends. Malcolm and his partner live in Victoria Falls.

TMAC John Evans

John Evans

Operations Director

+44 79818 21144

John was born and raised on a farm in Zimbabwe where he developed a keen interest in nature and wildlife and has been involved in the airline, travel and logistics business for almost thirty years traveling the world arranging international fairs and events.

We are delighted to welcome him to The Malcolm Ainscough Collection where he manages our London Travel Shop.

TMAC Liz Ellway

Liz Ellway

Travel Manager | Exclusive Portfolio

+263 772 155 937

Liz has enjoyed over thirty years of experience in the travel industry in Africa including various international chapters working in Australia, London, Mauritius, Switzerland and Austria. She was Sales and Marketing Manager for Mala Mala Private Game Reserve for ten years before developing her own business based in Victoria Falls and is married to respected hotelier Jonathan who has managed several properties in Central Africa and who has since taken responsibility for their own inbound tourism business. She boasts impressive first-hand knowledge encompassing East, Central and Southern Africa. Liz and Jonathan live in Victoria Falls

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Lynn Hogan

Travel Ambassador | USA

+1 (510) 599 6897

Lynn is a native Californian with over 24 years’ experience in the travel industry. She has traveled extensively around the world and was introduced to Malcolm Ainscough through a client and friend while planning a privately guided African safari with him for her own family in 2017. The safari was a life-changing experience and hands down the best trip she had ever taken.

Since then, Lynn has chosen to specialize in Africa working exclusively with Malcolm’s team to plan unique Safari experiences for guests. She co-ordinates trips from the United States; assisting with Travel Insurance requirements, pre-and post-Safari excursions, and other related traveler needs. Lynn resides near San Francisco with her husband, has four children, and loves to travel…especially to Africa!

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Monica Lawyer

Travel Ambassador | USA

+1 (847) 909 9102

Monica Milbert Lawyer first started planning trips to Africa in 2002 with her four children, then aged 5, 7, 11 and 13. She has planned and helped design over a dozen tours across southern Africa and beyond for friends and family, enjoying safaris to Rwanda, Uganda, Senegal, Tanzania (including Zanzibar), Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia, Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Prior to focusing on Africa, Monica and her family travelled extensively across Asia during their expat assignment in Japan.

With Minnesota and Chicago roots, Monica and her husband have joined the growing horde of Midwesterners in Naples, Florida, where she specializes in building custom African itineraries for groups with guests of all ages and abilities. In her former career, Monica is a Certified Public Accountant with a degree in accounting from the College of St. Benedict and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

TMAC Lloyd Camp

Lloyd Camp

Managing Partner, Lloyd Camp Consulting Africa

+27 72 921 2632

Lloyd has an honours degree in geographical history and education from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal and was a teacher before starting his career at Mala Mala Private Game Reserve after which he joined Wilderness Safaris where he worked as a Private Guide. He then transferred to Namibia where he was ultimately tasked with heading up the training division for their guides.

He was worked with numerous NGO’s through the continent specifically taking training to community areas and has provided a unique and effective springboard for many careers within the industry consequently becoming much loved and highly regarded. Lloyd has managed his own business very successfully for over fourteen years and now lives in London and Kwa-Zulu Natal with his wife Sue.

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John Daniel Dunn

Sales Director and Specialist Private Guide

+27 72 222 2058

After completing the respected &Beyond field guide course, JD’s guiding career found its beginnings at Phinda Private Game Reserve, South Africa. From here to Sossusvlei in Namibia, onto Zambia’s Kafue National Park and then eventually on to Singita Sabi Sands, JD has a vast experience of the African landscape and safari industry. Add six years of guiding in Cape Town he has not only become a complete all-rounder, but has also fallen in love with Africa’s favourite city, from where he now bases himself.

Returning to civilization, JD completed a degree in finance before spending three years running the Wilderness Safaris Cape Town touring division. He now plans and leads safaris throughout the African continent, imparting his vast knowledge of the natural world and contagious passion for Africa’s wildlife on every guest with whom he is fortunate enough to share these wild places.


Andre D’Hotman

Specialist Safari Pilot & Private Guide

Andre started his career as a professional guide working extended chapters at both Royal Malewane and Singita properties where his determination and discipline resulted in having the resources to fund his commercial pilots licence obtaining ratings on the Cessna Grand Caravan, Pilatus PC12 and Citation M2 jet.
He is the consummate professional and gentlemen who will enhance any safari with his personality, enthusiasm, energy and care and has hosted safaris for us throughout Africa for over ten years developing a wide range of knowledge and relationships and is very popular within our industry.
Andre and his wife Sally are based in Johannesburg and have a son.
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Charles Ratcliffe

Professional Photographer & Private Safari Guide

+27 82 687 8967

Charlie aka “Trout” grew up in Cape Town and from an early age had strong ties to exploring the environment. Both his parents actively sought to travel and explore southern Africa with 3 kids in tow. His formative years were, as Charlie puts it, “like paging through a copy of National Geographic”. 

After completing his schooling at St Andrew’s College, Charlie did a game ranger apprenticeship at one of the bush lodges in Mpumalanga province, adjacent to the Kruger National Park. Having obtained a diploma in Nature Conservation from Cape Tecknikon, he then returned to the area to lead guided tours. Furthering his studies, Charlie obtained a Masters degree at the University of Cape Town through the FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology. He was involved in several projects including, “The effects of small predators on gamebird species”, and his thesis, “Factors affecting the decline in Helmeted Guineafowl populations in KwaZulu-Natal.”

Subsequently, Charlie returned to his guiding roots, and has been guiding for the last 17 years using Cape Town as his base. Being both a qualified cultural  and field (Safari) guide, Charlie has the unique position of being able to guide you through a variety of experiences, whether they be in a urban setting, or hosting you in the wilderness on safari. He is married with 2 daughters, and his travels have crisscrossed Africa to include Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Zambia, Angola and Tanzania. Gabon is next… “an awesome cocktail of my 3 passions – birds, wildlife photography and fly-fishing.” 

TMAC Alf Ngwarai

Alf Ngwarai

Private, Professional Safari Guide

+263 77 295 0012

Born to a father who was the Chief Warden of the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Management, Alf spent all his junior years outdoors, until in 1994 where he joined the Professional Guide training program in Zimbabwe. After taking 3 years to attain this license, he has been sharing the treasures and mysteries of the great African wilderness with safari travelers to the continent for the past 20 years.

Over the past few years Alf has conducted most of his safaris in Tanzania, Botswana, Rwanda and of course, Zimbabwe where he understands the vital role guides play in ensuring his guests have the best African safari.  His guiding has evolved to focus on private family safaris, VIP safaris in East and Southern Africa. This has seen him conduct safaris in the arid Kalahari sand veld, walking with elephants in the Okavango Delta, rhino tracking in Zimbabwe, as well as trekking Gorillas in Rwanda. Often with a camera in hand, he captures special moments across Africa’s wild areas and always plans his safaris well in advance making sure all guests’ particular interests are well researched so he can create personalized, heightened safari experiences and also fulfill the excitement, anticipation and their expectations.

TMAC Nic Proust

Nic Proust

Specialist Private Guide, Conservation and Media Director

+27 7317 44345

Starting his guiding career at Mala Mala in 2006, Nic had finally begun to realize a lifelong dream of working closely with wildlife in one of Africa’s great safari destinations. The urge to further discover the continent’s wild places lead him to take up the position of Conservation Ecologist for Okavango Wilderness Safaris, where he worked closely with a government/ private sector partnership in a number of big projects including the reintroduction of Black and White rhinos back into Botswana.

Having been born, raised and educated (Zoology Honours degree) in Cape Town, Nic has always remained close to the heart of the tourism industry and loves to share the wonders of his home town with guests on safari in Africa. With a decade spent working across some of the wild areas of this great continent, Nic’s all-round ability gives guests the ultimate experience. Always with a camera in hand and being a very keen travel-writer, he loves to document and share information from the magical places of our wild Africa and leads tours to various parts of the continent most often as a naturalist. Nic is keen to further tie in conservation and tourism and get more involved with ‘safaris that have purpose’.

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