African connection

Beth Hamilton Kessy and Deo Kessy own and operate Tupo Africa Safaris, which offers a variety of travel options, including photography safaris, birding opportunities, climbing expeditions up Mount Kilimanjaro and other adventures.The company has had success with Montana travelers thanks to Beth's local ties: She's a physician's assistant from Columbus.

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