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Protect the Wild Safari
Your guide lowers his voice as he points ahead. You feel the anticipation building.
Your heartbeat ramps up its pace as your fingers steady your camera.
And then, in a quick moment, you see the horned snout of a 1400 kg female black rhino as it appears through the bush barely a stone’s throw in front of you.
Breathless you watch her every move in amazement. You’ve just seen one of only a few rare rhinos that exist in the wild.
A Step Off the Beaten Path Safari
Rising thousands of meters before you, the world’s most unique active volcano guards the landscape around it.
Your neck cranes to capture its beauty and your senses are piqued to feel its power, but today it rests.
Guarding her majesty, the mountain of God, as the locals call it, are a sea of pink feathers, flamingos, and their chatter beckons your attention.
The Circle of Life Safari
Standing along the plains of Maasai Mara, the wildebeest migration plays out before you.
The sheer numbers leave you in awe. You capture the images with your camera, but it’s the presence of so many animals – calves and adults – that fascinates you.
Their treacherous journey is just beginning and you’re right there – to witness the most famous migration in the world!
The Soaring Like an Eagle Safari
Rising amidst the endless open plains of the Maasai Mara, is a colorful canopy overhead.
Your breath halts. Mouth gapes. The view is breathtaking. Stunning. Like nothing you’ve ever witnessed before.
Dark specs of life dot the landscape 1,000 meters below; you’re witnessing nature where all of life began from the safety and vantage point of a hot air balloon.
The ‘Classic Is Still the Best’ Safari
Your senses are driven into overdrive as you spot zebras at play, and gaze at the splendor of Mt. Kilimanjaro, and end your Safari by relaxing along the white sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean coast.
This is what a true vacation should be, leaving you breathless and exhilarated, all at the same time.
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Things to Consider When Going on Safari
Dave and his wife Jen brought their two girls Melanie and Pamela on safari a couple of months ago. I asked Dave and Jen... What do you recommend people bring on safari? Here's what they told me... We are experienced travelers, and we thought we had this...
Dave and his wife Jen brought their two girls Melanie and Pamela on safari a couple of months ago. They Looooved it. Took about 4,302 photos. And went back with stories they will tell for the rest of their lives. Before they left, I asked Dave and Jen... What...
Dave and his wife Jen took their two young girls on a safari recently. I asked Dave and Jen... What happened on your safari that you did you NOT expect? Here’s what Dave and Jen told me… 1. We didn’t expect to be so close to the animals without...
Survival Stories From the Wild
I’ve been fortunate enough to witness many natural wonders, but few can compare to the annual Mara River crossing. 1.5 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebras migrate across the Serengeti and Maasai Mara plains, following the rains that bring rich and abundant food...read more
Whether from poachers or drought, elephant orphans are an unfortunate reality here in the wild plains of East Africa. At just 10 months old, Maisha - an elephant calf, was found alone under the baking, blistering sun in September 2017. She was a casualty of a drought...read more
Make no mistake: survival isn't easy. Sheltered and coddled, we humans have it easy. It wasn’t always this way, of course, and in many regions around the world it’s still an almost overwhelming challenge. But I’ve witnessed the most incredible survival stories here in...read more