About Kim Wildman
“Wild is a wonderful word. Wild is raw & compelling. Wild is vivid & primal & complex. It's not only part of my name, it's symbolic of who I am.” Kim Wildman
Kim Wildman has spent the better part of the last 20 years continent-hopping as a guidebook author, travel writer and wannabe National Geographic photographer. During this time she has authored and updated more than 15 guidebooks, including Lonely Planet's Athens, South Africa, Romania & Moldova and West Africa and Bradt's Tanzania, Ghana and Ethiopia. She's also penned numerous travel articles for the likes of The Age, The SydneyMorning Herald, OUTthere, On The Road, Voyager and Travel Africa. In 2010, Kim was voted one of Tripbase’s 100 Favourite Travel Writers in the World.
When she's not travelling the world seeking adventure, you'll find her rediscovering her roots in Toowoomba, Australia.