Photo Safari VIDEO trip report - Big Cats of the Maasai Mara Photographic Safaris - February 2019 - Kenya
Posted by Wild4 Photo Safaris on 26th Feb 2019
Photo Safari VIDEO trip report - BIG CATS of the MAASAI MARA - February 2019 - Kenya. African Photographic Safaris, Small Group, Specialists
A short photo safari video from the February 2019 small group Big Cats of the Maasai Mara Photographic tour.
VIDEO by Stu Porter of WILD4 African Photographic Safaris
All VIDEO footage was taken on a 10 night Photo Safari to Kenya's Maasai Mara Game Reserve in February 2019. WILD4 African Photographic Safaris "BIG CATS of the MAASAI MARA" photo safari led by Stu Porter
Photo Safari VIDEO by Stu Porter
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We were very lucky to have found the Wild 4 Team when we were able to take a short photographic safari as part of a business trip to Cape Town. So when we could plan a photography trip overseas, naturally we contacted Stu and Justyna. We brought along a good friend who wanted to do her first photo safari. To say the three of us had a blast would be to underestimate the experience. I wonder how many other photographers have been a few feet from a cheetah taking down an impala only to share the kill with a caracal. Other highlights included a rare king cheetah, mating leopards, a den of wild dogs with their pups, photographing and touching a boomslang, green mamba and black mamba, and being surrounded by a herd of elephants. But perhaps the best part of all was being back with friends whom we know and trust. We know a good thing when we experience it. When we are ready for our next African adventure, you can bet we will contact the Wild 4 Team.
Michael & Toni Anderson, USA
This was my third photographic trip to Africa, and I have to say the best! Stu has great knowledge & passion for wildlife and photography that he is willing to share: I certainly learnt a lot. The setup for photography in the vehicles is extremely well thought out. There was an amazing variety of great photographic opportunities and I really enjoyed time spent with the animals, but the unexpected bonus for me was the day spent at the reptile centre (part of the extension). I am very pleased with the results! After coming away with the renewed enthusiasm for photography, I am planning to do another trip with them soon."
Helen Clarke, AUSTRALIA