After a short-service commission in the Army, Jeff Williams trained in paediatric medicine and subsequently worked as a consultant paediatrician at a hospital in North Wales for 30 years. During that time he wrote walking and climbing guides for the Stubai, Silvretta and Ötztal Alps. In 2010 Walking in the Drakensberg was published by Cicerone.
After retirement Jeff trained as a safari guide in South Africa and currently teaches newly qualified guides the art of approaching dangerous animals on foot with clients.
When he is at home in North Wales he lectures on safari guiding and walking in the areas covered by his publications.
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Article · 26 Apr 2017
Somewhere is a land of spectacular natural beauty; an extraordinary mountain range of huge peaks, towering basalt cliffs, massive sandstone outcrops, deep gorges and crystal-clear mountain streams. This strange land offers a good chance of seeing a variety of antelope and the area has a regular bird list of well over 200 species.