Africa Safari!

Ron Niebrugge Photos, Travel 2 Comments

Africa lion, photo by Rick Collins

I am really excited to have been approached by my good friend and awesome photographer Rick Collins to co-guide an amazing Africa Safari in 2020! First of all, I couldn’t think of a better person to be working since Rick is not only a wonderful photographer / guide, but has been living in Africa, and knows the local operators, guides and lodges first hand.

But, it is where we go and what we will be doing that makes the Africa Safari special! We have 17 full days actually in Africa, on Safari – this figure isn’t padded with travel days. We will see the Great Migration from both the Tanzina and Kenya sides, along with so much more. Here are just some of the highlights:

Safari Highlights

  • Visit the world’s most successful orphan elephant and rhino rescue and rehabilitation program operated by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
  • Photograph Amboseli’s endemic big-tusked elephants against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro
  • ‘Get in the Pink’ at Lake Nakuru with the world’s largest concentration of flamingos and the best place to see rhinos
  • Discover the Big Five in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve
  • Thrill to the spectacle of the Great Migration – two very different perspectives as seen from both the Kenya and Tanzania sides – as 1-1/2 million wildebeest defy death-by-drowning and predation while following greener pastures
  • Go off-road game driving in Ndutu, a part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and birthing ground to the wildebest migration herd
  • Traverse the Ngorongoro Crater basin, the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera, with its unique ecosystem, home to 26,000+ animals, including the densest concentration of lions in the world
  • Go hunting with the Hadzabe Bushmen, the last of the hunters-and-gatherers; visit a Maasai village, and admire the jewelry and blacksmith art of the Datoga tribe
  • Absorb the knowledge of enthusiastic guides and expert naturalists
  • Experience the thrill of photographing animals in their natural habitat
  • Travel with a small group of like-minded photographers and an acclaimed professional wildlife photographer who is there to help you expand and hone your photographic skills
  • Soar across the roof of the world with an optional balloon safari over the Serengeti and the migration
  • Savor the sumptuous food especially prepared for your palette from natural ingredients and local flavors whether sitting by the campfire or overlooking the pool

Now I could go on and on, but Rick has such a detailed write up on his website, that it is best just to go there for all the details: Kenya, Tanzania and the Great Migration Africa Photo Safari.

Trip now full, however, we may be offering a second one.

Great Migration Photo by Rick Collins.

Comments 2

  1. Amazing opportunity and compliment to you, Ron. Yet another change of climate and landscape for you. Best regards.

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