“Shooting animals – on camera – is so much easier when you’ve got a National Geographic photographer in your safari crew,” says City A.M. Editor Josh Martin, who attended The Safari Collection’s“Cultural Photographic Safari” a few years back.
The now annual event is led by renowned National Geographic photographer Robin Moore who, over the years, has captured everything from migrating wildebeest to Samburu tribe. For one week every year, Moore turns tutor for guests. And according to Martin, it’s an opportunity of a lifetime, even for novice photographers.
The experience begins in Nairobi, at Giraffe Manor, where guests – with Moore – spend a day-and-night meet-and-greet with the resident Rothschild Giraffes. Then it’s on to Sasaab for a multi-day immersion into the Samburu culture. The last two nights are at Solio Lodge.
A few spots still remain for the March 14-20, 2019 safari.