Maasai Mara & Serengeti Photo Safari: Big Cats, Little Cubs, and the Great Migration

120208_E.Africa_0456East Africa Photo Safari with Jack & Rikki Swenson
Please contact us if this itinerary and time of year suit your interests, and we’ll add you to our early interest list for 2021.

We had a fantastic 2019 East Africa Photo Safari with a terrific new itinerary in Kenya & Tanzania. It emphasized the very best of our past East Africa programs, and added a more in-depth exploration of the Masai Mara and Serengeti ecosystem. This new, private itinerary brought greater focus on the southern end of the Great Migration with 8 nights spent in the plains and woodlands of the southern Serengeti.

January and February in the southern Serengeti plains is where millions of wildebeest and zebra gather in the short grass plains, and when the vast majority of wildebeest calves are born. This is a time rich with young animals — zebra, elephants, giraffe, impala, gazelles, lion and cheetah cubs — and big predator sightings are abundant as they stalk the big herds. This safari itinerary featured luxurious tented camps all in prime locations for wildlife viewing and photography.

We are taking a one year hiatus on this itinerary but intend to offer this program again in January/February 2021. To learn more about the itinerary, download the 2019 program here: Maasai Mara & Serengeti Photo Safari: Big Cats, Little Cubs, and the Great Migration.

Click here to see a short slideshow of images from our recent Photo Safaris in East Africa.

If you would like more information about this or our other safari programs, please contact Nicky Glover at Eyes On Africa, Nicky@EyesOnAfrica.net, 1.773.799-9768 or 1.888.452.2752. Or, contact Rikki Swenson at Rikki@ExpeditionGallery.com

 

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