Jan 29, 2015
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Prior to founding Infinite Safari Adventures, Alan Feldstein was been a successful entertainment and marketing/advertising attorney in Los Angeles. In 2000 he made his first trip to Africa and upon seeing a family of giraffe on his first day instantly fell in love with Africa, its wildlife, its people and its beauty. In 2005 in celebration of his 50th birthday Alan returned to Africa and summited Mt. Kilimanjaro. While tracking chimps in the Mahale Mountains, Alan met a kindred spirit, in the manager of the camp where he stayed, who shared another passion that Alan had - kayaking. In 2008, Alan and he became the first to kayak off the coast of Tanzania. After that kayak experience he decided
to merge his love for kayaking, his love of wildlife and his passion for Africa
and adventure to create Infinite Safari Adventures, (http://www.infinitesafariadventures.com), a wildlife safari and adventure company that offers custom wildlife safari experiences with the opportunity to add on a variety of adventures including being the only company in Tanzania to offer kayaking. He loves sharing his passion and getting people to come to Africa to see wildlife, go on adventures and have experiences that can have a profound effect on their lives. His company motto and his life’s philosophy is: “Someday Is Now!”
As part of his company’s giving back program, Alan assists in the funding of a college education for Patrick Olepapatiti, a Maasai warrior to attend college in Nairobi. Together Alan and he have recently started a project where the women of the village are creating Maasai beaded dog collars. Proceeds will be used to pay school tuition for the children of the village. He is also active in conservation in Africa and serves on the Board of Trustees of the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia.
Alan is a member of the Adventurer’s Club of Los Angeles and
is currently the Southern California Chapter Chair of the Explorer’s Club. He is an avid nature photographer, and has had work appear in the Los Angeles Times, Wavelength Magazine, California Kayaker and the paddling.net calendar.
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