AUBURN SKIES –
Warren Samuels has worked as a wildlife cameraman on over 60 documentaries including BBC’s Big Cat Diary, Big Cat Live, Human Planet, and Planet Earth Live. He also guides big cat film safaris in the Masai Mara as a naturalist and camera instructor…and if you needed further credentials, he’s a National Geographic “expert” too, leading specialised guiding and photographic safaris alongside Jonathan Scott, BBC’s Big Cat Diary presenter.
Alex Walker spent his childhood exploring the East African bush, and has been guiding and outfitting safaris for over 30 years. His unique blend of a lifetime’s experience and passion has manifested in his charismatic camps in Kenya and Tanzania, and has kindled a keen interest in recording these spectacular spaces through the medium of photography and film. A dedicated conservationist, Alex has partnered with Mike Hacker, Kire Godal and John Moller on emotive conservation-oriented documentaries.
This combination of technical expertise with incomparable knowledge of the location means you are in the best possible hands to firstly have the secrets of this beautiful piece of the world laid open to you – and secondly to learn how best to translate that beauty into equivalently spectacular imagery.
ITINERARY AT A GLANCE:
DAY 1 – Fly to Mara North. Game drive to Serian – The Original
DAY 2 – Serian – The Original – Game drives
DAY 3 – Serian – The Original – Game drives / walks
DAY 4 – Serian – The Original – Game drives / sundowners
DAY 5 – ‘The Nest’ tree house – Walking
DAY 6 – ‘The Nest’ tree house – Walking
DAY 7 – Serian’s Nkorombo – Game drives
DAY 8 – Serian’s Nkorombo – Game drives
DAY 9 – Serian’s Nkorombo – Game drives
DAY 10 – Serian’s Nkorombo – Game drives
DAY 11 – Fly out of Mara North to Nairobi
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