Peter Wang’ombe and Sea Davidson are friends first, and co-owners of the Wild Dog Safaris, LLC.
was born a Kikuyu, yet felt he was born to the wrong tribe. He should have been a Maasai. Peter’s background is extensive in the East African safari industry, and he speaks English. Peter has been a professional safari guide on the East African circuit since 2009. During that time, he worked for Abercrombie & Kent, Sanctuary Retreats, and many other high-end safari related businesses. Peter has an uncanny ability to spot game in the bush. As a co-owner of Wild Dog, Peter is committed to provide you with the best African safari experience possible.
was raised in Maasai country in Kenya with three brothers many years before the Maasai Mara ever became a reserve. She became a bush pilot and speaks Swahili and Maasai. Sea is co-author of her father’s bush memoirs during British Colonial Kenya, An East African Saga, which led to her passion – writing about bush suspense. You can ask her the difference between a lion and a leopard kill, and you’ll get an inside look into the predators’ lives and their prey. Because she was raised in the bush around men and guns, she became one of the first female Alaska State Troopers.
After leaving Alaska, Sea became Director of Sales & Marketing for many luxury hotels in the US, including Radisson, Westin, and Hilton. Sea started Wild Dog with Peter because the standards of excellence in the East African safari industry have fallen into disrepute. She is committed to Wild Dog Safaris setting an example. She is currently living in Kenya and has an active role in Wild Dog.
Why do we call ourselves
Wild Dog Safaris?
The East African wild dogs run as a pack and chase their prey tirelessly until they have reached their common goal, food. We at Wild Dog also run together as a team and pursue tirelessly our common goal, which is customer service.