Author Clarissa Hughes

Clarissa Hughes

 With 30 years’ experience in the tourism industry – she has worked as guide, manager and company owner – Clarissa’s knowledge is varied and wide. Her interest lies at the nexus of human development and environmental conservation.  Clarissa also has an interest in African culture.  She is a co-founder of the Nhabe Museum in Maun, Botswana as well as the author of a book on the indigenous beliefs around the night sky titled ‘Flowers in the Sky – a celebration of southern African starlore‘. She is the author of a number of tourism and African culture related articles and is a member of the International League of Conservation Writers.