Migration and Gorilla trekking with Steve Bloom

Gorilla with baby
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An opportunity to combine two of the natural world’s most exceptional wildlife spectacles
Led by Steve Bloom – an innovative and highly successful wildlife photographer
Photograph the annual wildebeest migration and prolific predators in the northern Serengeti
Trek through Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for memorable encounters with mountain gorillas
Group Price:
$7,392.60 (USD) per person based on twin share excluding international flights
$8,532.20 (USD) per person in a twin share room including international flights (subject to availability).

Subject to minimum numbers of 8 (maximum group size 10)

Group Dates:
12 – 19 June 2014

Group Size:
Maximum of 10 people

Migration and Gorilla trekking safari summary
Ask anybody well-travelled through Africa and they’ll be hard pressed to choose between the Serengeti migration and trekking to see mountain gorillas as their most memorable wildlife experience. With the introduction of a new flight between the Serengeti and Entebbe, you can now easily combine these two exceptional wildlife experiences.

Staying at Serengeti Wilderness Camp, you’ll be in the most perfect location to witness the annual wildebeest migration – a travelling buffet for the Serengeti’s predators as the wildebeest make their treacherous journey north, into the Masai Mara. For photographers this wildlife phenomenon is fertile ground yet with such frenetic activity, it is not always easy to capture the spectacle on camera.

With one of the world’s most innovative and accomplished photographers on hand you will receive all the tuition you need to make the most of the migration’s photographic potential and return home with shots you will be proud to show off.

After the adrenalin of the migration, you will be transported to Bwindi to experience one of the most humbling and serene wildlife encounters in the world – an hour spent with endangered mountain gorillas. While Steve will be with you to advise on best angles, exposure and composition, make sure you take the time to put your camera down to just enjoy the moment.

For more information on photographic holidays, wildlife safaris and primate holidays to Uganda, please call our Africa travel specialists on 01285 64 33 33.

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