Meet the team

The Expert Team

We believe that to get the best from a trip to Africa, you need impartial advice from people who know Africa well, have actually been to the places where you are thinking of travelling and can advise you from first-hand experience – like our team!

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Megan Green


Megan Green - Botswana specialist

Specialist countries:

BotswanaNamibiaSeychellesZambia

Megan Green (née Megan Ingoldby) grew up in South Africa, where her love of travel inspired her to study a Diploma in Travel & Tourism. In 1999 she started in the travel industry, based in Johannesburg and working for a leading specialist safari company. This only fuelled her enthusiasm for wildlife and safaris – so in 2001 Megan snapped up the offer to transfer to their Windhoek office, where she took every opportunity she could to travel around Namibia.

Following a dream to travel and work overseas, Megan moved to London in 2002. There she joined a competitor of Expert Africa, based in North London. They also had a strong focus the ethical and responsible aspects of travel – and it was here that Megan felt her eyes were opened to the importance of being a responsible traveller, and how it can enhance a holiday experience. After seven enjoyable years of working there, and travelling back to Africa whenever possible, Megan moved to Primrose Hill when the chance arose to develop and launch a brand new Africa programme from scratch.

Megan has been part of the Expert Africa team for two years. When Megan joined us, she brought a very broad overview of many of the countries that we offer. But through extensive, first-hand, on-the-ground research trips; she's spent the last couple of years expanding on and honing her knowledge of Botswana. Having added substantial depth to her knowledge of Botswana, Megan tells us she is really looking forward to her visit to Zambia in 2013 where she aims to do the same!