As part of Women's History Month in March and International Women's Day on the 8th, we are conducting a series of interviews with interesting and inspirational women in travel. From adventurers to conservationists, guides to rangers, there are some amazing women out there, and here's what a few of them have to say..
The second in our series is a wonderful Kenyan woman called Verity Williams. Working in a notoriously male-orientated industry, she started guiding on private safaris in the 1980s, winning over clients and making an impact. She has since gone on to become the owner and manager of the beautiful Sabuk Lodge in Laikipia, Kenya. We talked to her about her achievements and challenges in the safari world.