Masai Mara Migration With Sandeep Nagaraja

Being in the heart of the Great African Rift Valley in Kenya, the Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the largest in the world. The vast, open grasslands of this area are inhabited by a wide variety of wildlife, which includes more than 1.5 million Wildebeests. Owing to its rich biodiversity, Masai Mara is regarded as heaven for nature lovers, especially for wildlife photographers. A trip to Masai Mara offers an unmatched experience of game viewing and camping, among many other things. It is also a delight to interact with the rich cultural heritage of the Masai community.

The Timing of the trip can’t get better, with the great wildebeest migration at its peak we will spend most of our time photographing wildlife action at its best, while also spending time looking for the Big Five (elephant, rhino, leopard, lion, and buffalo)

Sandeep Will be assisting Photography Technical aspects including Camera settings, best practices, composition.
Will be spending time at resort discussing days occurrences and resolving any challenges.
Image Review and post-processing assistance before and after the trip for up to 10images.

Key Trip Information:
– 6 Nights & 7 Days
– Only 3 photographers in a customized Land Cruiser with plenty of room for everything
– Small group of 8 members on the tour.
– Resort Located inside the Masai Mara Triangle, minutes away from key migration areas
– Extra precaution to Ensure safe and healthy trip
– Double Occupancy (contact us for Single Occupancy)

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Can only two male lions take down an adult male giraffe?

Male lions average over 400 lbs.  Giraffes, over six times that much, with well over a ton of power behind their kicks.  Just their height alone is intimidating.  However, in April 2016, I saw two male lions take down an adult male giraffe in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.  So, the answer is yes, with a caveat I’ll mention a bit later.

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