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Kenya – Amboseli Extension I 2020

US$4,675 per person sharing


11 Jan 2020 – 14 Jan 2020

Kenya is an incredibly diverse country, boasting some of the most varied landscapes of any country in Africa. This photo safari extension is designed to take advantage of the distinctly different area – the open plains and Acacia woodlands of Amboseli, home to large Elephant herds, which are frequently seen against the backdrop of the enormous Mt Kilimanjaro.


This wildlife haven acts as the perfect complement to the world famous Masai Mara, guaranteeing a holistic safari experience in amazing equatorial nation of Kenya!

Why this Photo Safari is for You

Destination Allure

Visit the world famous Amboseli National Park and the wildlife mecca of Africa in freedom, style and exclusivity.

Open Safari Vehicles

We will utilise open vehicles, which offers the freedom of shooting in various positions as to not limit your photographic experience.

Avoid the Crowds

Capture authentic and intimate moments of the Amboseli’s Elephants and wildlife while getting to know and understand their fascinating lives.

Small Group Departures

Travel to East Africa with a maximum of only 3 individuals for a private photo safari experience.

Guided Experience

Local knowledge of the region and its wildlife is key to crafting the ultimate photography tour. Wildlife Photographer of the Year winner Greg Du Toit has worked extensively for the last 16 years in the Mara and will provide professional photographic tuition to ensure that you obtain your dream images.

Greg du Toit

4 Days
3 Guests + 1 ORYX Leader
  • Destination
  • Departure
  • per person sharing
  • Photographic Highlights
    Large herds of free-roaming African Elephant, views of Mt Kilimanjaro
  • Guide


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