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Zebras at Waterhole

Zebras at WaterholeThere’s nothing more refreshing than a nice cool drink at the end of the day! We came across these superb zebras during our August safari this year. Thank you to all our guests and travel companions for making the 2013 Safari Season such an enjoyable experience. We are already looking forward to next year’s safaris and adventures, with lots of exciting new places and activities being planned!  Please come along and join us!

Elephant crossing the road

Elephant crossing the road

When you’re on Safari, elephants always have right of way!

Masai Village visit

Our Aussie ladies get a chance to meet the Masai ladies.

Our Aussie ladies get a chance to meet the Masai ladies.

Masai boys in village

Two young Masai boys with a gourd of milk, standing outside a traditional Masai dwelling made from sticks and plastered with cow dung.

Two young Masai boys with a gourd of milk, standing outside a traditional Masai dwelling made from sticks and plastered with cow dung.

Masai Lion

This was a HUGE lion, catching some shade near the banks of the Talek River in the Masai Mara.

This majestic lion was catching some shade near the banks of the Talek River in the Masai Mara.

Fire Lighting the traditional way

No matches required!

No matches required!

Sir David Attenborough at Porini Camp

As we drove into Porini Camp (Amboseli), a Cessna Caravan with Sir David Attenborough and his BBC crew landed. They were making a documentary on the 'Lion Guardians', about how the Masai warriors now adopt a lion and protect it - rather than killing a lion as a rite of passage to warriorhood.

Sir David Attenborough and his BBC crew coincided with our stay at Porini Camp, Amboseli. They were making a documentary on the ‘Lion Guardians’, about how the Masai warriors now adopt a lion and protect it – rather than killing a lion as a rite of passage. This picture shows (L to R) Wilson Kasaine (Porini Camp naturalist),  Bruce Stark of SafariKenya, Sir David Attenborough, and safari guest, Dominic Court.