KENYA – BEST OF THE MARA MIGRATION PHOTO TOUR 2025
US$10,920 / person sharing
01 – 08 Aug 2025
Penny Robartes and ORYX Photo Tours are proud to present you with a wildlife photo safari dedicated to capturing one of Africa’s most sought-after natural occurrences in an immensely game rich safari destination, Kenya’s celebrated Masai Mara National Reserve, with Photo Tour Leader Penny Robartes.
The annual Wildebeest migration is one of the most incredible natural history events on the planet, as an estimated 1.5 million Wildebeest and hundreds of thousands of Plains Zebra and Thomson’s Gazelle follow the rains in search of the better quality grazing along age-old migration routes. When the vast herds arrive in the Masai Mara they must ford the Mara River, creating a spectacle without parallel in the natural world!
Along with the renowned big cat sightings and much-desired iconic African wildlife, there is clearly much that will keep you inspired and in awe on this incredible Kenya photography tour.
Why This Photo Tour Is For You
- Today is an arrival day in the Kenyan capital for the start of our African photo safari. Upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be met and then transferred to the hotel accommodations where the group will overnight. At dinner tonight, Penny will discuss this Kenya photography tour in more detail.
This morning we will be transferred to Wilson Airport where after we catch a scheduled flight to the Musiara Airstrip, which located in the Masai Mara National Reserve. Upon arrival at the airstrip, our guides will collect us and take us to camp, game driving en route! Our camp is specifically chosen for its superb location, and has a scenic view being perched overlooking the Mara River. After check-in and lunch, we will depart on our first afternoon game drive on this Kenya photography tour.
The following days on our Kenya photo safari will be spent in the Masai Mara National Reserve, focussing on areas that are holding key game species and have the potential for interesting interactions and of course, special photographic opportunities. We may spend full days out in the field during our Kenya photography tour, the benefits of which include not having to return to camp for meals (on such days, we would have a delicious selection of food packed onto the vehicle) and this enables us to explore some of the areas further away from camp and otherwise inaccessible on half-day forays. Our wonderful ground team is however very flexible to our needs, and depending on weather conditions, we may have the day broken up into morning and afternoon game drives.
After our final morning drive and breakfast, we will sadly depart the Masai Mara, embarking on a scheduled flight to Wilson Airport in Nairobi. We will stop for lunch at a beautiful restaurant en-route to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, where this safari concludes.