The Carr-Hartley family have been deeply involved with conservation in East Africa since the establishment of the first National Parks in 1948.
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For visitors coming to Africa for the first time there are many unanswered questions, what do we pack, what are the entry requirements and so on. To make your visit truly relaxing and well prepared, here are the answers to all those questions…
Wagesha trying out the words to Bing’s safari song “See him there Samburu Warrior”
Wangesha asking “Plastic Warrior” a very sensitive question about Samburu Warrior life….
Setting Sail on Tusitiri on a Dhow safari off the coast of Kenya
Mature Male Lion walking in the beautiful early morning Mara light.
Mara Lion Roaring
There is no feeling like being next to a big male Lion Roaring
Full maned lion early morning in the Mara with Gnus behind!
Dawn Gnu crossing
Great migration in full motion at dawn crossing the Sand River Maasai Mara.
one of the greatest spectacles on earth… the great migration. Gnus crossing the Sand River in beautiful early morning light.
Elephants at water hole.
Several elephant families congregate at water hole. Enasoit, Laikipia.
Lepeta seeing evidence of a live Ngambit (Samburu Yetti) on an iPad… he does not like looking at it so he asks Lelempere questions about what they look like… “Which one of the two is the Male… what has it eaten… has it eaten a human???”