Roho Ya Chui was founded on a passion for guiding people on photographic safaris to Africa's most beautiful destinations.
For more than a decade we have been helping guests from all over the globe create carefully crafted personal African safari holidays and inspiring wildlife photography & cinematography experiences.
We look forward to assisting you with your dream African safari.
Ute Sonnenberg is a professional in Africa travel and environmental photography
with background in economics and psychology,
creator of team alignment experiences and intuition training,
based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
“Helping people design their dream Africa holiday and guiding guests
on wildlife photography experiences and edVenture Retreats
is a wonderful task and it is my passion.”
Recommended by National Geographic Traveler.
Conducting photography courses on Hapag Lloyd luxury cruises.
Peter Tomsu has a master and PhD in Technical Science from the Technical University of Vienna, Austria.
Besides an international career in the internet industry, he is a specialist with exquisite knowledge of
camera systems including Leica (rangefinder and SLR), Nikon, Canon, Hasselblad,
Phase One for medium format and mirrorless camera systems.
His photographic emphasis focuses on wildlife, landscape and nature as well as portraits
and event photography. Peter’s passion for photography reflects in his artistic ambition
to create magnificent and inspiring images of the world around us.
From his home base Vienna, he travels the world on photographic adventures.
more information available here
Roho Ya Chui B.V.
KvK no. 30235401
VAT no. NL8189.37.403.B01
Roho Ya Chui Travel, Photography & Training (PTY) Ltd. reg. no. 2009/020684/07
Trading as Roho Ya Chui “soul of leopard” ®
Member of SATSA, Southern Africa Tourism Services Association, membership no. 2053
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Each Booking Gives Light
With every booking a Luci inflatable solar light goes directly to someone living without access to electricity through our non-profit partners.
The Give Luci Program
Wildlife Art for Conservation
Artist Emily Lamb's Instagram Campaign
"Daily Sketch for Wildlife"
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Meet the newest member of the family, Roho, the elephant orphan we adopted through the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Read his story here.
Kinamba Community Project
The project provides educational opportunities for the people of the Kamutwa communities in the Kinamba area of Kigali, Rwanda. We are sponsoring the education of a child trough primary and secondary school.
Zazamalala Foundation Madagascar
The foundation has the goal to restore and protect sustainable, resilient, biodiverse and multifunctional dry forest ecosystems in western Madagascar that are safe havens for wildlife and improve livelihoods. We support the project with the purchase of land and the reforestation of that land.
To reduce the carbon footprint of tourism we contribute to offsetting the emission of our guests flights to Africa with high-impact carbon credits from Gold Standard-certified projects. Gold Standard Climate+ Projects also support local communities.