Adventure awaits...

From TV-producer in Berlin to Safari-life in the bush – this is Gesa’s story.

Come explore the last wild places of Africa with her

and reconnect to your own wildness within along the way…


Welcome to this wonderful wild world...

Gesa Neitzel is all about the African Wilderness.

About elephants, lions and leopards.

And about the people who want to share this love for wild places with her.

Safaris & Adventures

Gesa Neitzel offers privately guided safaris all over Southern Africa together with her better half Frank. You can book her as your guide exclusively at safariFRANK – both in English and in German.

Safari Sundays

Get your weekly wildlife fix and a glimpse into Gesas‘ and Franks adventures out in the African wild – Every ‚SAFARI SUNDAY‘ on YouTube.

Wonderful Wild – The Blog

Make yourself a cup of fresh coffee, sit back and read about Gesas‘ journey on her blog.

Live Events

Did you know? You can book Gesa as a public speaker for your event…


The stars above me…

… and a crackling fire.

Good conversations with good people.

Honest feelings. Simple foods.

The sound of wild birds in the distance.

And a happy thought to wake up with.

Such is my idea of happiness.


One click brings you over to the safariFRANK Website where you can enquire about safaris with Gesa as your private guide!

Get her book

Gesa’s book „Frühstück mit Elefanten“  – Breakfast with Elephants – has be come a Spiegel-bestseller in Germany. If you understand the language of Sauerkraut, consider reading her book and dream of Africa with her…


In this fast moving world we live in, sometimes it can get exhausting to stay online and connected all the time. Instead of juggling all the different social media platforms every day, Gesa mainly sticks to one for her daily updates. Follow her on Instagram for some Africa-inspiration… 


She lived…

… somewhere in the warmth of the golden sunset hour.

In the mesmerising eyes of a wild lioness.

On the dusty back of a desert elephant.

And in the vastness

Of the sheer endless African savannah.


She lived.