Rekero is one of the Masai Mara's leading safari camps. As well as offering first-class guiding and some amazing big cat sightings, it is also situated in the perfect place for those hoping to see the Great Migration.
|9 Days||£6295||Feb 2020||Kenya||Small Group Safari|
The riches of Kenya’s Masai Mara ecosystem and the skills of former BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Steve Winter are a match made in heaven. Steve is one of the world’s foremost big cat experts, having travelled across the globe to capture spectacular images of wild felines. The lions, leopards and cheetahs of the Masai Mara are no strangers to the camera, but with one of the world’s most esteemed wildlife photographers by your side, you may well return from Kenya with a photographic legacy that sets you apart from the crowd. It’s not just predators that will wander in front of your lens either – keep your eyes peeled on the bush for sightings of elephants, zebra, wildebeest, buffalo and a host of other iconic African animals, including an array of antelope species. Steve will be on hand throughout your safari to help you translate the beauty of the Mara into photographs you’ll treasure forever.
Steve led his first trip with NWS in 2018: an 8-day journey in search of the jaguar in the Brazilian Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland. Our clients were blessed with a great number of sightings, and had nothing but praise for their photographic guide. Here's what one guest had to say about his safari:
The trip was fantastic. Steve is such a great teacher and human being. His knowledge of jaguars seemed limitless, and his stories were just as amazing to listen to as his teaching.
Upon arrival into Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport you are met by your professional English-speaking driver/guide and transferred to your hotel for the evening. The rest of the day is free for you to relax. You will be staying overnight at Ole Sereni- located between the airport and the city centre, overlooking a game park, this luxury hotel is the perfect place to start or end your safari.
You will be met and transferred to Nairobi Wilson Airport to catch the internal flight to the Masai Mara Reserve. Upon arrival you are met and transferred to the camp, surrounded by beautiful plains and adjacent to the Talek River. You will arrive in time to enjoy an afternoon game drive.
Overnight: Rekero Camp (B, D)
Known as Africa’s greatest wildlife reserve, the reputation of the Masai Mara goes way beyond being simply a wildlife park. It is classic Africa with wide open savannahs and incredible game viewing potential. A world-renowned place of adventure and exploration, the Mara is a stage where the brutal and unfettered reality of nature is played out in the greatest wildlife show on earth. Its fertile rolling grasslands, bisected by riverine forests, attract countless game with elephant, big cats and buffalo all being seen as well as more elusive species such as serval and caracal.
With exclusive use of the camp, you will have its full resources available to you, maximising your wildlife sightings and photographic opportunities on both morning and afternoon game drives. There will be hands on photographic advice from Steve and tutorials as and when time allows. Between game drives you can relax around camp and photograph the resident game which is attracted to the area.
Overnight: Rekero Camp (B, L, D)
Depart on final game drive transfer to the Mara Airstrip for you flight back to Wilson. On arrival you will be met and transferred to a hotel near the airport where you can enjoy dinner (at your own expense), before you are driven to the airport for your onward flight.
This is a small group photographic expedition with photographer Steve Winter departing on a single set date in February 2020.
Solo travellers wishing to stay in a single-occupancy tent are not required to pay a single supplement for this safari.
|Trip date||Duration||Prices from||Guests||Specialist guide(s)|
|Feb 07 - Feb 15 2020||9 Days||£6295||16||Steve Winter|
Talk to one of our specialists for further details on our Kenya Photographic Safari with Steve Winter.