Allan started his career as a section ranger in Etosha National Park in 1978. His work generally entailed, wildlife monitoring, anti-poaching, problem animal control, game capture/translocations and maintenance of installations in his sections.
During this time he was stationed and developed numerous other parks in Namibia such as Waterberg Plateau Park, Kaudom -, Mahango Game Reserves and Caprivi strip game park now known as Bwabwata National Park. He was also responsible for establishing a game guard system, public relations and anti-poaching.
In 1986 Allan was promoted to chief warden of Etosha National Park.
After an interesting and successful career as a ranger, he eventually resigned in 1993 and started his own safari company.
He mainly concentrated on photographic safaris and hunting of plains game. In 1998 he obtained his first big game concession, namely the East Caprivi. From 2001 - 2005 Allan purchased a 60 000 acre private game ranch. where he mainly conducted Bow hunting of plains game and traditional Leopard hunts.
In 2006 - 2007 Allan was successful in obtaining the Kwando concession hunting area in Bwabwata National park where he successfully hunted big game for 2 years.
In 2009 - 2010 He hunted Elephant trophies up to 90lb in East Kavango.
2010 he obtained a conservancy concession, Salambala conservancy in East Caprivi.
Allan Currently resides on Sandveld Game Ranch where he conducts plains game safaris as well as Leopards Hunts.
We have competent staff members that are employed by us from the local community. Sam & Vicky are from the Herero tribe. Sam has been employed by us for over 16 years now. He started out as our gardener, but now you can come and experience his excellent skinning skills. Probably the friendliest people you'll ever meet. Our Bushman trackers consist of Andreas & Bonnie. They are from the Vaskela Bushman Tribe. With excellent tracking skills that you won't be able to find anywhere else, except in Namibia.
Our cooks have been trained by Jacqui Cilliers, therefore only the best Venison dishes will do.