Viber Tours & Safaris Auxiliary Officers

Our Auxiliary Officers

Our team of specialist safari consultants comprises of tour consultants, driver guides, mountain guides, porters, sales team and legal officers have a great experience in assisting our wonderful clients on choosing the right style of safari for them.

If you have specific ideas of what you would like to do please speak to one of our safari team who can combine any number of options to create your own bespoke safari.

The whole team is dedicated to offering all online reservations for luxury lodge safaris, budget camping, students' group travel, family getaways, flying packages, hiking, mountaineering and car hire services on both self drive and chauffeur driven basis.

Mary Christopher Siara

Operations Manager

Making sure all travel arrangements run according to plan and that accommodation, meals and service are satisfactory; and making contact in advance with places to stay or visit to check details and arrangements; and organizing and attending tourism events, conferences, workshops, seminars and exhibitions. Hence, designing flexible tour packages to meet the needs of different clients and booking for Customers reservations.

Jordan Carlton Schaul

Corporate Director of Conservation Science & Responsible Partnerships

Dr. Schaul is a MS and PhD-credentialed zoologist and holds a BA in biological-psychology with a concentration in animal behavior. In addition, he holds a certification in veterinary public health from the state of Ohio and has taught preventive and conservation medicine courses for graduate and professional students at two different veterinary colleges and was appointed as a courtesy professor in the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Alaska, Anchorage and as a Non-Resident Research Associate and the consortium of wildlife and zoological science departments at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Dr. Schaul has served on two commissions of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. He launched his career as a science writer and nature journalist in Alaska and gradually widened his coverage addressing just as many topics involving animals and people.

His service to five non-profit boards, includes trustee/director of a US-headquartered Southern African non-profit (Nsefu Wildlife Conservation Foundation (NWCF)), which serves the community interests of a Zambian bush camp and ecotourism outfitter in the Nsefu Sector of iconic South Luanga National Park--Unfortunately, the Nsefu sector remains one of the most intensively poached regions in all of Africa, and sadly, one of the most impoverished human-dominated landscapes in the world.

It is Dr. Schaul's firm belief that in order to sustain economies in East Africa and protect the natural heritage of the region, we need to provide capacities for indigenous people and visiting guests and non-native residents through preemptive strategies, that not only make promote responsible tourism, but make it as transparent as possible to the rest of the world. Although, he commends colleagues associated with other ecotourism companies in Africa and around the world, and the staff of these nature viewing agencies and commercial outfitters, he feels that native born and raised executives and administrators will be vital to the future of the tourism industry and is just one reason he is excited and flattered to be invited to join Viber Safaris.