January 2019 - Kenya Veterinary safari - This Safari has been specially planned for veterinarians and allied health and animal care professionals. Participation in this safari requires approval. We meet with veterinarians, conservationists, and researchers who are on the front lines working to save endangered species and their ecosystems. - FULL

June/July 2019 Kenya Photography/Conservation safari- Check back or email to get on our list to receive information on this itinerary soon. This safari is designed for anyone interested in observing and/or photographing East African wildlife up close in its natural environment and learning more about conservation efforts. Part of the itinerary will include not only a private visit with the orphans at the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi, but also overnight stays at the reintegration units where the orphans complete their transition back to the wild.
February 14 - 23 - Temple of the Tiger Photo Safari - This 10 day trip includes eight days in Bandhavgarh National park, home to the highest density of Bengal tigers on the planet in addition to abundant birdlife, hoofed mammals, monkeys, sloth bears, and breath taking landscapes. A very small group size and two group leaders/instructors promise you the ultimate Indian safari experience. This safari is being offered in partnership with Wilderness Uncut, specialist in tiger safaris. While the leaders will be readily available and generous with time and expertise, this will not be a workshop in that there will not be scheduled lectures and classroom time. All levels of photographers are welcome, but you will get the most out of the safari if you come with a basic understanding of the workings of your camera and photography principals. Non-photographer companions are most welcome to join us. 
To receive more information about any of my safaris or workshops, go to my contact page and I will happily send you more information.
Credit for above Photos: Jason Fernandes

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