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 truly a fantastic safari. The camping experience gave us the feel of being closer to nature as opposed to being in a lodge without really roughing it and the camp food was superior to the lodge buffets. The photographic opportunities were great throughout the safari and our time on the Chobe River was exceptional. As a veteran of 13 safaris to other locations in Africa I can say this was fantastic.
Don Getty www.dongettywildlifephotography.com, USA
I was fortunate to be on Wild4's "Best of Botswana" trip in May 2014. It could well be the Best of Africa. This trip featured two expert guides (Stu Porter himself and Nkosi from Letaka Safaris) and the abundant wildlife of four different Botswanan hot spots, with relatively few other vehicles around. Those features alone are worth the price of admission, particularly since they include Stu's vehicle modifications that ensure the best possible photographic experience. But if that isn't enough, we spent the first ten nights in expedition style mobile camps, roughing it with bucket showers and drop toilets, and listening to the leopards, elephants and hyenas wandering in and around the camps at night. But don't worry about the "roughing it" part. The expert staff prepares perfect meals, including fresh baked breads and cakes, and ensures that the camp is safe and clean. We finished the 12-night trip in a luxury lodge on the Chobe River, where we photographed from a boat customised to accommodate serious photographers (i.e. people with lenses bigger than their legs) and a waterway full of hippos and elephants and lined with Africa's most iconic birds. If you can only go once to Africa, go to Botswana with Wild4 Photographic Safaris. They will take care of every detail of your safari to ensure that everything is just right. If you are an old Africa veteran, ditto. You just can't go wrong with Wild4.
George Cathcart, USA