Frontiers International Travel is thrilled to offer a new photographic safari of East Africa that includes visiting the Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti National Park, the Masai Mara National Reserve and one of the most eagerly awaited and avidly observed wildlife spectacles on earth – the annual Great Migration. Whether you’re a first-time visitor to Africa or a repeat traveler, this safari promises to fulfill every expectation. Days will be spent in a photographer’s paradise with breathtaking vistas, abundant wildlife and endless plains. Experience the Great migration of 500,000 wildebeest, 200,000 zebras and 500,000 Thomson’s gazelle. Plus, bask in the beauty of tree-climbing lions and more. Lodging includes four world-class camps in East Africa – Kenya’s Kichwa Tembo Masai Mara Tented Camp, Tanzania’s Serengeti Under Canvas, Lake Manyara Tree Lodge, and the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge. Prices start at $20,995 per person double with a max of 12 guests. The tour is scheduled for July 26-August 9, 2019. For more info, visit https://www.
Longtime Frontiers International Travel guides and photographers, Barry and Cathy Beck will be leading this photo safari. The Becks are well-known in the fishing, photography, and travel industries, and possess a stellar reputation for their skill, knowledge, and expertise born out of a 20 year career.
“This photographic safari encompassing Kenya and Tanzania offers a superb combination of incredible game viewing and safari camps,” said Frontiers Africa Department Manager Kathy Schulz. “We have custom-crafted this departure to include four of the best-appointed camps in East Africa, with each location providing a distinctive, contrasting African experience.”
- Three full days of game viewing in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve (elephant, buffalo, giraffe, lion, cheetah, leopard, wildebeest and zebra)
- Three full days of game viewing in the Serengeti National Park (35 species of plains-dwelling game and prolific bird life)
- A game drive in Lake Manyara National Park
- A game drive into the Ngorongoro Crater