Photo Safari VIDEO trip report - Big Cats of the Maasai Mara - Sept / Oct 2018 - Kenya
Posted by Wild4 Photo Safaris on 20th Oct 2018
VIDEO trip report - BIG CATS of the MAASAI MARA - September 2018 - Kenya
A short video from the September 2018 Big Cats of the Maasai Mara Photo Safari
VIDEO by Stu Porter of WILD4 African Photographic Safaris
All VIDEO footage was taken on a 10 night stay in Kenya's Maasai Mara Game Reserve in September, on a WILD4 African Photographic Safaris "BIG CATS of the MAASAI MARA" photo safari led by Stu Porter
VIDEO by Stu Porter
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I just returned from the 2017 'Birds of Kruger' safari, and it was a delight. This was by no means my first trip to Kruger, but I don't recall ever sighting so many birds - or other animals - in a single trip. Stefan's ability to spot, track and anticipate the movement of animals is superb - from the smallest LBJ to the Big 5. This allowed him to place the vehicle in the best spot for photography and I can rightly say that this trip produced more 'keepers' than any other safari I have been on. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone interested in birding or bird photography. Stefan and Sandrine were great company and everything about the safari was well organized and ran smoothly: from the initial contact with Justyna, who answered my emails promptly and made all the arrangements (down to my favourite SA snacks - thanks!), to Sandrine's excellent coffee every morning before sunrise, and Stefan's patience and good humour that never wavered. I am already planning my next trip with WILD4 and would highly recommend them for an unforgettable African experience.
Hi Justyna and Stu, having just returned from a Wild4 Photographic Safari in Kruger Park for 10 days, I would just have to say it was perfect for me and my brother-in-law. Kosie our guide was great. We were unable to stump him on any animal, bird or plant. His ability to spot wildlife and birds and his instincts and knowledge seem hard to surpass. The sightings were far beyond any expectations. John and Ann were a bonus, preparing meals and driving in a separate vehicle and communicating with Kosie via CB when they spotted something interesting. They were like family. Kosie would position us for great photographs and make any requested adjustments, and had great instincts about animal behavior and what they would do next. Can’t say enough good thing about Wild4. Well organized. Thanks for a great experience!
Michael Showalter, USA