Join me for a 5 day primate and cultural safaris to track the Gorillas in the mountains and experience local culture in Rwanda. Rwanda’s Parc des Volcans is a haven to numerous mammal and bird species, the most notable being the endangered Mountain Gorillas. In this dense tropical forest you can witness the spectacular Virunga volcanoes while tracking the Gorillas. on this trip, you will also get a chance to interact with local people and visit ibyu wacu cultural village to learn about yesteryear culture of Rwanda.
This will focus on the Big Cats of the Mara, especially those that have been featuring on the BBC’s Big Cats program. Including; Leopard: Bahati, Lorian and Acacia etc. Lions: Includes the Marsh pride, Ridge pride, Olkiombo pride, Olkeju-Rongai pride, Topi plains pride etc. Cheetahs: Includes Malaika and her offspring, Nora, etc.
This safari is aimed at catering for professional and serious amateur photographers, with itineraries tailored to ensure maximum photographic opportunity. I have guided many photographers over the years and the experienced gained will ensure you too have great images. please see http://rogerhooper.co.uk and also https://kymillman.com for reference. These are among many sites run by photographers i have guided over the years.
“The world is a book, and those who don’t travel reads only one page…….
“Note: Kindly inquire my availability outside the dates above or if you would like me to advice or arrange for you a safari
Paul Kirui was born on the outskirts of the Masai Mara game reserve and herded cattle as a child. His childhood passion was to become a safari guide and it was during this period that he learnt tracking, signs and alarm call interpretation in the bush as a necessity for survival. He later went to covert these skills at top wildlife and tourism colleges in Kenya and South Africa for proper guiding.These skills have become recognized on projects with the BBC Natural History unit where he has worked since 2006 Read More…www.paulkirui-photography.com