At first Africa was just a safari. Then it became a passion. Through his two decades of travels and experience in Africa, Alan developed a love of the people and wildlife of Africa. That is why the Infinite Safari Foundation was formed. A lawyer who now operates an African Wildlife Safari company that creates distinctive safari and adventure experiences throughout Eastern and Southern Africa, Alan is deeply committed and aware of the problems and solutions that exist in Africa.
Alan is a graduate of UCLA and Southwestern University School of Law. He is on the Board of Directors of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, President of the Board of The Bird School Project and is on the Advisory Board of Over And Above Africa. He is also a member of the internationally known Explorer’s Club and the Adventurer’s Club of Los Angeles.
Diane is directly responsible for the creation of Infinite Safari Adventures. When she answered her husband, Alan Feldstein’s, question of we can go anywhere in the world she replied “I have always wanted to go on a safari in Africa.” Little did she know that would lead to Infinite Safari Adventures and ultimately the Infinite Safari Foundation. Diane has always had a unique perspective on people and places and saw how people in Africa “had nothing but were willing to share.” With her assistance Infinite Safari Adventures has grown and the Infinite Safari Foundation was born.
Diane is a graduate of the University of Michigan, serves on the faculty of Emerson College and was a former staff writer of the Los Angeles Times, The Los Angeles Business Journal and the Entertainment web site The Wrap. Diane is the contributor to two books—The Elder Wisdom Circle Guide for a Meaningful Life and the literary anthology A Voice From the Planet, which includes short fiction from writers from all over the world, including Africa. All proceeds from the sale of the anthology go to Doctors Without Borders. She is also the author of the novel Dark Lady of Hollywood, a comic mash-up of the television sitcom industry and Shakespeare.
Born in Malawi, Bella Kaluwa fell in love with the travel industry as a young child. She often travelled with her father who was an executive in the cargo business. He wanted her to take over the business, but Bella was more interested in people than cargo so went into the travel industry. For over 25 years she has enjoyed success in a variety of roles in tourism. When people meet Bella they are instantly captivated by her charm and passion for Africa. Her catch phrase when people say Africa is on my bucket list is always “Let’s go!” Bella is fluent is Zulu and other Bantu languages. Her experience includes domestic & international ticketing, reservations management for British Airways and Emirates Airlines, tour operations, and managing lodges in the bush. Bella specializes in family vacations, honeymoons & high-end luxury travel. Bella comes from a close-knit family which translate to welcoming everyone she meets into her inner circle.