'In 20 years if nothing is done, there will be no Lions left in Kenya' Neils Morgensen, Mara Predator Conservation Program.
Niels Mogensen, Senior Programme Scientist at the Mara Predator Conservation Programme, and award-winning natural history photographer and film maker Trai Anfield invite you to join them on a truly unique wildlife photography safari and survey experience, focussing on the two most iconic predators of Kenya’s Maasai Mara: lion and cheetah. Leopard will also be likely, alongside the prey species that make up this complex ecosystem. Should African wild dog be in the vicinity during our stay, then of course we will prioritise this species too.
- When to go:
Best time to visit - MAR
Safari Style: SMALL GROUP PHOTOGRAPHER
Fly from Wilson to the Mara. Overnight at Naboisho
Accommodation : Asilia Naboisho
Morning and afternoon game drives + night safari
Morning and afternoon game drives. Predator ID session
Final morning safari then transfer to Maa Trust
Accommodation : Maa Trust Guest House
Visit community projects from the Maa Trust
Transfer to Mara North conservancy
Accommodation : Serian Original
Morning and afternoon game drives in Mara North + night safari
Morning and afternoon game drives in Mara North
Final morning safari and flight back to Nairobi
Pricing Info & Dates
Cost £4790 based on two people sharing and not including flights. Single room supplement £200
Sold out for March 2021. Please register your interest for our March 2022 safari.
- $1000 donation to the Mara Predator Conservation Programme
- Specialist predator photography workshops with Trai Anfield
- A maximum of 3 photographers per vehicle
- Exclusive opportunity for in-depth study of the Maasai Mara’s top predators
- Accommodation in Nairobi the night before (we can quote for this)
- Costs of visa neccessary to travel to Kenya
- Gratuaties for lodge staff and local drivers/guides
- The cost of international flights
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