Soren arrived in Kenya at the age of eight years old from Denmark, and was raised on a coffee farm and schooled in Nakuru and Nairobi. His was not a traditional upbringing – he has spent more time in the bush than out of it.
Soren started hunting at 10 years old and later qualified as a professional hunter. He worked as a professional Guide and Hunter in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Sudan until 1977, before moving to Botswana and joining Ker Downey & Selby Safaris.
In 1989 Soren started his own safari company in Botswana, guiding photographic and fishing Safari’s in Botswana, Namibia, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Uganda.
Soren has a reputation as one of Africa’s old time great-white-hunters but his expertise goes far beyond hunting, shooting and fishing. He is a committed birder and, having spent so many years walking through the bush, his knowledge of Africa’s plants and fragile ecology is seemingly endless.
For the past 48 years he has guided groups from all corners of the globe. Several articles and books have been written about Soren over the years including publications in the New York times, English Times and the Australian times.
Soren has the straight-talking approach, the bush skills, and the infectious passion of a safari old timer. He is a fantastic raconteur and his stories will bring Africa to life for you.