- 4 days i Amboseli National Park wit a total of 6 game drives
- We will have our focus on Amboseli’s elephants and will do everything we can to be able to photograph the elephants in front of Kilimanjaro
- We will be looking for the great “tuskers” of Amboseli. With a little luck, we will find Craig and the other large male elephants. We will have a special guide for this
- Great diversity of other mammals such as giraffe, zebra, buffalo, gazelles and antelopes as well as lions
- Fantastic bird life with “everything” from herons and storks to secretary birds and other birds of prey as well as lots of colorful birds such as bee-eaters, kingfishers and rollers
- Maximum four photographers in each jeep
In southern Kenya close to the border with Tanzania, lies Amboseli National Park. Amboseli National Park is only 392 square kilometers in size, making it one of Kenya’s smallest national parks, but despite that, the experiences in the park are great.
Amboseli National Park is best known for its large herds of elephants and for the magnificent view of Mount Kilimanjaro, which is across the border with Tanzania. Kilimanjaro is the world’s highest freestanding mountain.
Our focus during our days in Amboseli will be on photographing the national park’s large herds of elephants and we hope to get the elephants in front of Kilimanjaro. During the days, we will also use a Masai guide who follows Amboseli’s large male elephants, the so-called “Tuskers”. Although the elephants are our main focus, will we always keep our eyes open for all possible photo opportunities of other animals or the beautiful landscape.
Amboseli’s landscape is varied. Here we find both plains and wetland areas. In the national park there are over 80 different species of mammals, so we will hopefully get photo opportunities also with wildebeest, giraffes, lions, hyenas, antelopes and zebras to name a few.