VIDEO trip report - Tanzania & Elephants of Amboseli - Mar 2018 - Kenya
Posted by Wild4 Photo Safaris on 11th Apr 2018
VIDEO trip report - TANZANIA & ELEPHANTS of AMBOSELI - March 2018
A short video from the March 2018 Tanzania & Elephants of Amboseli Photo Safari.
VIDEO by Stu Porter of WILD4 African Photographic Safaris
All VIDEO footage was taken on a 15 night stay in Kenya's Amboseli National Park and in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti and Ndutu, on a WILD4 African Photographic Safaris "Tanzania and Elephants of Amboseli" photo safari led by Stu Porter
VIDEO by Stu Porter
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This was the second trip I have booked through Wild4 and one of the most memorable and pleasurable trips I have ever been on in my life. We were blessed with incredible sightings from a frenzy of feeding wild dog to mating black mambas. The list is endless and the memories will linger for ever in the form of some great images shot from the customised vehicles driven by expert drivers. The camps chosen were great and there was a real and genuine feeling of being a part of your surroundings. A truly African experience. Botswana certainly came up trumps when delivering us such great sightings. From the bush to the Chobe river and the specially adapted photographic boats, you could not have asked for more. I must extend an enormous thank you to you Stu, for your endless patience and professionalism in everything you did for us. Thank you. Also a big thank you to Justyna who’s meticulous planning ensured a seamless trip to and in between each of our camps and destinations. Good job!
Stephen Tattersall, UK
I wanted to thank you so much for the best safari I have ever been on and for your tremendous help both with the photography and Lightroom. I understand more about both in relation to wildlife than I ever have. Everything was brilliant. We were extraordinary lucky with what we saw but being able to take better photo’s and then edit them with more knowledge means I will have memories that will last for ever. Your (Wild4) attention to detail means that things run smoothly in a part of the world not always known for that. I really can’t thank you and Justyna enough for that.
Rita Daubeney, UK