We have been hosting safaris and Photo Workshops at Rekero Camp for the past five years and love the setting of this small intimate camp located along the banks of the Talek River, a hot spot for leopards in this part of the Mara. Rekero has recently been refurbished and offers a welcome sense of […]
We have always believed that there is nowhere in the world quite like the Masai Mara in Kenya – our second home. In fact if Angie and I only had one day left in our life we would spend it right here in the Mara at our stone Cottage at Governors Camp in Marsh Pride […]
What an adventure we had with the Australia National Treasure Ray Martin filming for 60 Minutes Australia a few years back. As we gear up for our National Geographic shoot later in the month in the Masai Mara – and then in Serengeti in June it gives a flavour of why we still think of […]
Listed below are our most current Safaris and Events. Click each one to find out more!
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.
Namibia Safari - Namibia is unlike any other country in Africa, a sparsely populated desert kingdom bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in the west and Botswana in the east. This is one of the Jonathan and Angie’s favourite places to photograph, a mesmerizing blend of people, wildlife and landscape for you to hone your photographic skills on. Whether exploring the abstract wonder of ‘Dead Vlei’ and the towering sand dunes at Sossusvlei or spending time photographing the statuesque Himba people in the north of the country, Namibia never fails to excite and stimulate.
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. 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.