A Year of Recognition

There is nothing better than seeing our clients win big photographic awards. In 2017 we were each recognised again, but this year one of our highlights was to have another of our clients excel in a major competition.

Photographic experience is paramount if you are leading photo safaris and that’s why we endeavour to hire the best guides, and recognition comes with awards, especially if they are from leading photo competitions such as Wildlife Photographer Of The Year, European Wildlife Photographer Of The Year, and Nature’s Best.

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Remembering Karanja


Karanja was the Maasai Mara’s most famous of its forty-nine black rhinos, famous for his age but probably more so for his magnificent 34 inch horns which made him so easily recognisable from the rest.

He was easily the oldest rhino in the reserve and died of natural causes on Christmas Eve 2014 at the age of around 44 years old. He was a rare living link from an era when rhinos were still common, and just as much as it was a privilege to see him his natural surroundings, it becomes a relief to know, against all odds, that he completed his life naturally.

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