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Internationale groepsreis Kenya Photographic Safari with Paul Goldstein

2021 + 2022 Dates: Adventure through the lens of your camera and witness the circle of life firsthand in Kenya during Africa’s great migration along with award-winning photographer, speaker, conservationist, and legendary expedition leader Paul Goldstein.
7 dagen vanaf € 6.099,- (excl. vlucht)


  • At Kicheche the food is superb, very tasty and with plenty of choice. Breakfasts will be taken out in the bush and so will lunch on full day drives in the Mara. Kicheche has an excellent reputation for its cuisine.Typical mealsIn the Mara hot drinks are brought to the tents each morning.Freshly baked biscuits and a breakfast consisting of fruit, cakes, bacon, sausage, egg, juice and coffee/tea is taken out on the plains.On return there is a large but healthy brunch (if not doing a full day's drive).Tea and cakes are taken mid afternoon before the game drive.A three-course dinner is taken (weather permitting) by candlelight under the African sky.Vegetarians are well catered for but please inform us before departure of any special dietary requests.


  • Photography Holidays
  • Safaris
  • Big Cats
  • Wildlife Holidays
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Route 7 daagse groepsrondreis Kenya Photographic Safari with Paul Goldstein

For many who have not travelled to Africa, their impressions are often of acacia dotted plains, hundreds of different bird species and herds of migrating wildebeest and zebra pursued relentlessly by their predators. This safari embodies all of those fantastic images and does it in superb style, a classic safari in a classic destination. When you only have a relatively short time in Kenya it is essential to maximize it in the conservancies and not waste time travelling all over the country. Exodus' awarding winning resident photographer Paul Goldstein has his own brand of safari. His mantra is simple, do the time at the coal face and the rewards will follow, so be prepared for early starts, long days and plenty of advice and enthusiasm. Any wilderness fan or photographer will be particularly attracted by this safari.Paul Goldstein[[{"fid":"266031","view_mode":"default","fields":{"format":"default"},"type":"media","field_deltas":{"1":{"format":"default"}},"attributes":{"height":"443","width":"295","class":"media-element file-default","data-delta":"1"}}]]Paul, as many of you know, is a pretty decent photographer and a good teacher. If you are over-sensitive, shrewish or have an egg-shell personality you are probably best to avoid this safari. He has guided and photographed all over the world, has won a decent armoury of awards and although fairly old fashioned is finally getting over his digital hang-ups (with counselling and medication). However his most important attribute is his palpable love of the wilderness, Spitsbergen, Antarctica and India are his great loves but his abiding passion is for the Mara. He is not going to get bogged down in intricate details, nor is he going to spend hours round the fire talking about photoshop, masking or cloning (or other cheating terms) - however, he is massively keen for you to get the best pictures possible. So are his guides and this is priceless; even if you feel exhausted after yet another long day, he will be champing at the bit at five the next morning to get you into that perfect position to compose another shot for your wall. He always says 'if I can get you half a dozen blinding images for your house I will have done my job' - but believe it, that is only half the story. African bush tales, a seemingly limitless supply of jokes and an almost religious territorial nature over the Mara make him quite a travelling companion. You have been well and truly warned.

  1. Dag 1 - Start Nairobi; morning flight to Masai Mara.
  2. Dag 2 - Sharpen your photography skills on the vast plains of the Masai Mara.
  3. Dag 7 - Morning game drive; afternoon flight to Nairobi; depart Nairobi.
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