Africa is the second largest continent covering 30.37 million sq/km.
Kenya is home to the biggest lake (Victoria) and shares a border with the highest Mountain (Kilimanjaro). Literary and movie fans will recall Hemingway’s “Snows of Kilimanjaro and Issak Denison’s “Out of Africa” Not to mention hundreds if not thousands of documentaries, and animated cartoons about the abundant and amazing Wildlife. 

Having visited many counties, Kenya remains my favorite. It holds a rich history and has always been the premier location for an authentic but luxurious safari. Queen Elizabeth went from princes to queen while vacationing in Kenya in 1952. Its also no surprise Prince William proposed to Kate while on Safari in Kenya. He thinks of it as a ‘second home’

When it comes to wildlife Kenya has a diverse population.  It has 1055 species of birds, more then any other country in Africa. In 1975 it held the first world record for the most birds spotted in a 24hr period (288 species). This was recaptured again in 1986 with 342 species were recorded. 

Maasai Mara Game Park offers a multitude of compelling advantages for both amateur and professional photographers alike. Firstly, the park’s stunning landscapes, from sweeping savannahs to winding rivers and acacia-dotted plains, provide an ideal backdrop for capturing breathtaking shots of Africa’s iconic wildlife. The park is renowned for its abundant wildlife, including the Big Five (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros), offering unparalleled opportunities to photograph these majestic creatures in their natural habitat. Additionally, the Maasai Mara is host to the annual Great Migration, a wildlife spectacle where millions of wildebeest and zebras traverse the plains, creating unparalleled opportunities for capturing this awe-inspiring event. Furthermore, the park’s rich Maasai culture and traditions provide a unique dimension for portrait and cultural photography. With its diverse range of photographic subjects and ever-changing scenery, Maasai Mara Game Park is a paradise for photographers seeking to create captivating and memorable images.

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Got questions about our tours?


How long have you been in business for?

With over three decades of expertise in the safari and photography industry, we are uniquely positioned to offer you an unparalleled safari experience, ensuring the finest photography opportunities available.

Do I have to be a professional photographer?

Our tours are open to everyone. Irrespective of your interest level or camera gear we guarantee you will improve your skills and have fun.

How often are your tours available?

Due to the rainy season and wildlife proximity, our group tours are scheduled Sept-March, June-August. Outside of these times, we create custom tours to meet individual needs.

Can I bring my non-photographer family and friends?

Our tours are designed for everyone to enjoy the safari experience. If traveling with someone you will not only save on your combined tickets but if there are three or more of you in your group you also have a dedicated vehicle and driver all to yourself.

Is it safe on safari?

The safari business has had over 100 years to perfect rules and regulations.  Drivers and companies are insured and receive formal training covering topics like how close they can get to animals, driving off-road, etc. For guests, there are restrictions concerning venturing out of vehicles and camps. Mostly it’s just common sense.

I am traveling alone on my first safari, what tour do you recommend?

We have many single guests coming on our small group tour. It will allow you space to enjoy your trip but also the opportunity to meet like-minded travelers and experience a safe, amazing adventure.

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