KENYA – LIFE OF PREDATORS PHOTO TOUR
US$7,695 / individual
08 – 14 Feb 2024
Penny Robartes and ORYX Photo Tours are proud to present our Life of Predators Photo Safari, which takes place in one of the world’s most iconic and thrilling wildlife destinations, Kenya’s Masai Mara in the exclusive and private Mara North Conservancy.
Timed to fall into the quieter “low season”, the migrating wildebeest herds are far away in the Serengeti which leaves the resident wildlife under the hungry and watchful gaze of the sought-after resident predators. Join us as we train our cameras on the remarkable Mara “locals”, bearing witness to some of the incredible moments that unfold before us in one of Africa’s premier wildlife areas.
Why This Photo Tour Is For You
Today is an arrival day in the Kenyan capital for the start of our African photo safari. Penny will meet you at the hotel for dinner where she will discuss the upcoming tour with the group.
This morning we will be transferred to Wilson Airport, where after we catch a scheduled flight the Mara North Conservancy. After arrival at the airstrip, our guides will collect us and drive us to camp by way of a game drive. Our camp is specifically chosen for its superb location, and the area surrounding it has a high concentration of predators including Lion, Leopard, Cheetah and Spotted Hyaena. After check-in and lunch, we will depart on our long awaited first afternoon game drive on our Kenya photography tour.
The Mara North Conservancy is exclusive and private, which means that only guests of lodges/camps that are based in this area are able to traverse it. The Mara North Conservancy is an intimate and exclusive conservancy that offers the freedom of off-road driving, as well as afternoon game drives that can go well into the night. This combination is the perfect scenario for wildlife photographers as we can drive directly to the sightings that interest us. Our time spent in the Masai Mara on our Kenya photography tour will be broken up into morning and afternoon game drives, always timed to utilise the best lighting conditions. After dark, we have the ability to embark on night-drives for star photography opportunities. Siesta time in camp can be used to relax and soak up the environment from ones accommodation or from the comfortable lounge area.
Penny will be conducting Lightroom editing sessions when back from the field at allocated times.
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.