The land of the Masai


Masai are famous for their fearsome reputations as warriors and cattle-rustlers. Traditional Maasai lifestyle centres around their cattle which constitute their primary source of food.

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New safari offer with great savings!


Due to certain demand we now offer a unique opportunity to save 950 USD for our upcoming photo safari in May 31st. 

By staying one night less (skipping the last night in our second lodge, Rekero), you save on accommodation, meals, game drives, park fees and this effectively drops the price from 4600 to 3650 USD (or 2807 euros). The rest of the schedule stays intact which means you have 7 instead of 8 days in the Masai mara and the last day to visit Kibera’s school and orphanage to deliver donation as scheduled. I will be accompanying both groups in the two visits in Kibera on the 7th and 8th.

For these bookings we got one week extension …and we have 4 spaces available! If you really consider it send us an email at [email protected] to reserve your space.



Last minute deal. Trip discount for one couple only.


If you are  thinking to come to this photo safari (May 31 – June 9, 2013 Masai mara, Kenya) but you were hesitant, then this is the right moment to book your trip. For the first couple that will send us an email ([email protected]) about joining the trip, we ll do a 600 USD discount on the total price for the two people.  So the 9.200 usd becomes 8.600 usd for the two people. Just to make it clear this is a discount that applies only to a couple (friends, family, or married) and not to singles. 

Remember bookings close MAy 1, 2013 (that is one week from now) so if this safari has your name written on it, then this is the time to book. 


Safari Q&A part II


   —   LAST 10 DAYS .  BOOKINGS CLOSE APRIL 30, 2013 —

What about vaccines, pills etc/

You have to consult with your local health authorities to see what it is recommended. . Personally I take antimalarial  pills (malarone) . As far as vaccines  again consult with your local authorities. I have done the yellow fever vaccine a few years ago in one of my trips in Africa because it was recommended.

What do we pack?,

A few packing suggestions include: light cotton trousers, cotton shorts, light cotton shirts or T-shirts (long and short sleeved), comfortable walking shoes, water-proof rain jacket / windbreaker, sun hat, fleece, insect repellent, small torch, suntan lotion, sunglasses and binocular

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The Glorious Masai Mara



The end of the rainy season is maybe the best time to visit Masai Mara. It is when nature puts its most beautiful dress. Lush green plains, amazing skies and sporadic storms create memorable sceneries. Few tourists and abundance of wildlife. In two months I will be back. Can’t wait :)

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