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Amboseli & Maasai Mara


AUGUST 18 - 31, 2025

price from $14,450 USD

This photographic safari here in southern Kenya is designed to help you photograph the very best of what southern Kenya's wildlife has to offer. From Amboseli National Park to the Masai Mara Reserve, this small group photo safari will embark on an extraordinary adventure to photograph the very best of Kenya's wildlife while staying at incredible luxury lodges, situated in breathtaking locations.


Amboseli will offer you great views of Kilimanjaro along with large herds of elephants with remarkable long tusks, great for photography. The Mara however, will provide you with great migration sightings along with Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Hippo, Giraffe, numerous bird species and much more.​ During this Amboseli and Masai Mara photo tour, you will be guided by expert wildlife photographers along with local guides to help you gain the very best photographic experience of a lifetime.

AUGUST 18 - 31, 2025

14 days / 11 nights

( 6 spaces available )

$14,450 USD per person shared accommodation

+ $1,400 USD single supplement fee


Tour Highlights

  • This multi-destination photographic safari is lead by experienced guides and professional wildlife photographers giving you an authentic and professional wildlife photo experience here in Kenya.

  • Fantastic private vehicles designed specifically for wildlife photography of all levels. Each vehicle is driven and directed by photographic guides and and will get you in the correct position for that perfect photographic opportunity.

  • Overwhelming African Elephant sightings here in Amboseli National park for your photographic needs. These elephants have some of the larges and longest tusks in Africa making this part of the trip unique to any other photographic tour.

  • The opportunity to find and photograph Craig the super tusker here and around Amboseli National Park in southern Kenya.

  • Opportunities to see the Great Migration taking place crossing the Mara River here in the Masai Mara National Reserve along with many other species such as Lion, Leopard, Giraffe, Hippo and much more.

  • We offer luxury accommodation that is surrounded by wildlife giving you an authentic photographic experience of a lifetime.

Your Photo Hosts


Jaren A Fernley

Wildlife Photographer

Mark A Fernley - African Photo Safaris

Mark A Fernley

Wildlife Photographer

This photo safari is led by myself and my husband, Mark A Fernley. The two of us have been traveling Africa for years in search of the best wildlife photography destinations, and we are happy to share Amboseli National Park the Maasai Mara with our guests. With both of us by your side, we offer our professional assistance throughout the safari. 

Our job is to help you obtain those once-in-a-lifetime, award-winning photographs that you see online or in magazines. From helping you get the shot while out on safari, to post processing and editing techniques back at the lodge, we are here for you. 

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Equipment to Bring


  • Guests are encouraged to bring a camera body with a minimum of 24-megapixels to guarantee the best results while on safari. This can be mirrorless or a DSLR, as myself and Mark are experienced with both and will be able to offer assistance whenever need be.

  • A second camera body is always a great consideration, however, this is not mandatory. This can be used as a backup, or you can keep a second lens attached and switch back and forth between cameras.


  • A telephoto lens with a reach of at least 500 mm

    • This can be a fixed/prime lens or a zoom lens

  • If you intend to bring a fixed/prime lens of 500 mm or more, you will also need a closer range lens

    • A 100 - 400 mm or similar is a great option, as this will allow you to get shots of wildlife that comes closer to the vehicle

  • If you are interested in taking landscape photographs during the trip, we recommend a wide angle lens that ranges anywhere between 12 mm - 105 mm. This can be used for landscapes, astro-photography, close range wildlife, and congregations of wildlife.

View full equipment guide in our TOUR BROCHURE


GOVERNOR'S CAMP - MASAI MARA: Governors’ Camp possibly occupies the best wildlife viewing location in the Reserve, nestled in the riverine forest along the winding banks of the Mara River, its waters teeming with bird-life, hippo and crocodile. 

The entire camp is under canvas with all of the comforts of a luxury hotel. Some of the 25 tents line the riverbank, tucked into the forest they enjoy uninterrupted views over the Mara River, others have views across the sweeping plains of the Masai Mara.

KIBO SAFARI CAMP - AMBOSELI: Kibo Safari Camp is a luxury tented camp in Amboseli National Park in Kenya at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. The Camp is beautifully landscaped, incorporating an open terraced restaurant and bar under acacia trees and surrounded by beautiful wildlife.

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Amboseli Photo Safari
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Governor's Camp Safari

Daily Itinerary



The first day is designed for all photography participants to arrive in Nairobi at their own leisure. Untamed Photo Safaris will arrange transfers from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (airport code NBO) for each photographer’s arrival.


Guests who have arrived in advance and are already in the country/area should make their way to the Crowne Plaza Airport Hotel on this day. Check in and refresh, charge camera batteries, do any necessary repacking you may need to do, or just simply enjoy yourself.


The tour will start at 6 pm on this day, where the group will meet for the first time. Myself and Mark, your Photo Hosts, will be awaiting you with welcome drinks as you go through the itinerary, ask any questions, and get to know the fellow photographers in your group.


After our briefing/meet and greet, we will move over to the restaurant for dinner. After dinner you will have the opportunity relax at the bar with the others in the group.

Photographs by Photo Hosts Jaren A Fernley & Mark A Fernley, Kibo Safari Camp and Governor's Camp Collection

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