Want to know what being a wildlife cameraman is all about, the anticipation, the patience, getting the ultimate shot, and then finally the sense of fulfillment and satisfaction that follows? Stop watching Africa’s wildlife on BBC, Discovery, Animal Planet, National Geographic et al and get out to the Masai Mara, Kenya, with THE wildlife cameraman Warren Samuels of Wild Vision Adventures, who’s career is documenting Africa’s greatest wildlife, particularly big cats for the ‘big 4′ channels. Most impressively for the last 12 years Warren’s filmed for the BBC’s Big Cat Diary, Big Cat Week and Big Cat Live as one of the principal wildlife cameraman.
Wild Vision Adventures’ specialised photographic and filming safari is the ultimate opportunity to learn from Warren’s phenomenal experience & talent. Warren’s keen photographic eye and his unique ability to accurately interpret animal behavior, allows him to anticipate the animal’s next move ensuring that you get into the best position for the perfect image. Naturally Warren’s forte is getting his clients “UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL” to the big cats allowing them to experience both a sense of awe and intimacy with these great predators.
Where you find big cats you also find the wildlife they feed off. The Mara is a valuable dry season grazing refuge for the Great Wildebeest Migration estimated at 1.5 million animals, which arrive in the Mara in early August every year from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. August through to October, the Mara hosts a plethora of wild animals, many of which will cross the Mara river and risk drowning in its raging torrents, or risk capture and certain death in the jaws of hungry Giant Nile crocodiles.
Wild Vision Adventures Migration Extravaganza Safari brings you both the big cats & one of the most famous wildlife events on earth live in action right before your very eyes not from your armchair, but from a safari vehicle.