September is one of our favourite times of the year in Kenya and what better place to spend it than in your own Private Camp within touching distance of the Mara River. This is ‘Marsh Lion’ territory, home to the Marsh Pride of lions who we have been following since 1977. Your chance to get […]
Jonathan and Mauricio Anton combine their extensive knowledge and artistry to bring the Sabertooths back to life through their first hand experience of modern day big cats.
As you may have read in the newspapers – the Illegal Trade in Wildlife is often tied up with sophisticated criminal organizations and corrupt government officials – it is the same all over the world – the only difference is that different species are at risk in different areas. But the modus operandum is the […]
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Masai Mara Safari - Rekero Camp - The Masai Mara in Kenya is the ultimate big cat destination. Rise before dawn to explore the Game Reserve’s rolling grassy plains and acacia thickets in search of the great predators. The safari experience doesn’t get any better than this: world renowned wildlife photographers Jonathan and Angie Scott have spent the past 35 years studying and photographing the Mara’s spectacular wildlife particularly the big cats.
Botswana Adventure - Botswana is another of our favourite safari destinations. We have visited the ‘Jewel of the Kalahari’ on many occasions and love the combination of spectacular game viewing and stunning scenery. Jonathan will be hosting a nine day Photo Safari in November 2013 to the Delta. We will be staying at Duba Plains, renowned for its epic daylight battles between lions and buffalos, and Zarafa Camp which is excellent for all round game viewing.
Masai Mara - Little Governors Camp - Early in October is a lovely time of the year to visit the Mara. The massed ranks of wildebeest and zebra are usually still very much in evidence as they begin their journey south again to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. By now the grasses have withered and been cropped short by the hungry herds. As the animals head for the Mara River there is always a chance that we might witness a river crossing at one of the animals’ favourite crossing sites. Naturally every visitor wants to see the Mara’s fabled big cats and with the plains and the thickets stripped of much of their cover the predators are more visible than ever.