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The Perennial Photographer

Date: April 19, 2023 | By: Ashish Sanghrajka | Category: Travel Blog

Dear Advisor Partners,


This past February, I traveled back to East Africa to check out the herd movements in the Serengeti and a few new areas in Kenya. While there I had a surprise stop in the Serengeti to visit a perennial photography group that safaris with us on a regular basis. Their travel advisor is based in Southern California, and we have known each other since I first joined Big Five over 20 years ago.

This particular group creates a video from every safari, and each one seems to be better than the last. We have their regular driver guides assigned to the point where it feels like family. In fact, this group helped us accelerate the development at Ereto Primary School with concrete delivery. In addition, every visit to Kenya includes a visit to the antipoaching team at Lewa Conservancy, where this group delivers sorely needed equipment from boots to patrol gear for the entire antipoaching team.

This last safari had a last-minute change with a professional videographer joining the group. The results were spectacular, and I just had to share their video. I warn you; this is a long video, however, turn your volume up and sit back. You’ll be glad you did…

I can’t wait to see what happens during the next group.

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