New photo safari workshop announced…

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…for March 2014 in the world famous Serengeti with accommodation in some of the best lodges/camps of Tanzania.  Following the northern circuit, we will be on the footsteps of the extraordinary Great Migration. The annual Great Migration of wildebeest and other grazing herbivores across the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem is one of the greatest spectacles in the natural world. Over two million herbivores partake in this journey, with about 200 000 zebra and 500 000 Thomson’s gazelle behind the main players… one-and-a-half million wildebeest! And all this under the close supervision from the biggest predators. 

Check the details here
http://blog.nicolaslotsos.com/phototrips/trip-3
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New safari offer with great savings!

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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.

 

 

Safari Q&A part II

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   —   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 big cats the Masai and the angels of Kibera

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I have received more emails than I was anticipating but hopefully I will cover most of your questions by tonight. In the mean time here the trip flyer with the cheetah in the mist. You can contact me as always at [email protected] or [email protected]

The official announcement

The big cats, the Masai and the angels of Kibera

A wildlife, cultural and humanitarian photography trip

Trip photographer and safari leader : Nicolas Lotsos

( 2 spots available)

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(2 διαθέσιμες θέσεις)

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We are extremely happy to announce that we have booked an incredible package with outstanding quality in accommodation at an unbeatable price.

Overview of the trip

May 31 – June 9, 2013

 

Spider awards winner – Photographer of the year Nicolas Lotsos  will lead a small group of photographers to the most renowned wildlife paradise on earth, the Masai Mara in Kenya.

This safari combines unmatched opportunities for stunning wildlife photography with accommodation of the highest standards in two of the best lodges in all the Masai Mara reserve.

We have specifically chosen two areas (Naboisho conservancy and Mara confluence)   that have the highest density in wildlife combining night and walking safaris with off-road driving as well as great river sightings. This is truly two of the best locations with two of the best lodges in Mara offering outstanding possibilities to view and photograph some of the best wildlife in the world.

But it is not all about wildlife. As in all our trips in Africa, this trip is also built on a triple axis, wildlife, cultural and humanitarian photography. A combination that is never offered in any photography safari workshop.  We will visit villages to photograph the indigenous culture of the Masai people and we will donate goods to schools and orphanages while trying to photograph the hope of life in the astonishing slums of Kibera. 

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