Sandor's first career was seven years with the British Army. A graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst he went on to see active service as a troop leader in the Middle East during the First Gulf Conflict of 1990/91. In 1993 he was employed by Elephant Back Safaris and it was there that he learnt the ropes of the safari business, as a camp manager, guide and elephant mahout. This is also where he met Passage to Africa founding partner Michael Lorentz. After seven years in Botswana Sandor moved to East Africa where he both guided and managed two of the most remote camps in Tanzania, Greystoke Mahale and Sand Rivers Selous. In 2005, after twelve years in the field, Sandor was invited to join Ker & Downey Kenya Safaris, established in 1946, the oldest safari company in Africa and where he is also a partner.
As a Pan-African guide Sandor continues to travel the Continent. As a Passage to Africa partner he runs the East African base of operation. Specializing in exciting, original and inspirational safaris, Sandor's expertise lies in his knowledge of the Continent, precision planning and his ability to show guests the magic of life in the bush.