Big Cats & Tuskers Safari

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As a young boy I was privileged to grow up going to all these beautiful and wonderful wilderness areas. This all started at a very young age and my love and passion for the safari, animals and people started.

One place I had only dreamt of until recently was Kenya!

If you have not read my blog about “My First Safari In Kenya” and you have dreamt of visiting. Best you check it out, the place is indescribably beautiful!

The Big Cats & Tuskers Safari is one of our most popular itineraries and if you’re looking for a ‘best of Kenya’ safari, this is the one for you!

We are privileged to say that we have our very own guides in Kenya who know these National parks like the back of their hands with good knowledge. They will definitely put a smile on your face and share many many laughs!

We spend most of our days out in the field on safari from 6am back in at noon (breakfast packs provided), a lunch, time to freshen up, then back out there before 4pm and in by 7pm. A day like this promises a great chance to not only see MANY animals but also spectacular &/or rare sightings.


There are really only a handful of African animals that inspire like the big cats & large elephants.

This safari is specifically designed to showcase these animals within some of the most iconic wildlife destinations in Kenya as we travel to the Masai Mara which is home to a ridiculous amount of lion, cheetah and loads more.

Lake Nakuru where you will experience that eary feeling due to the beautiful, misty fever tree forests and hopefully bump into that elusive leopard.

Lake Naivasha is a great break from the vehicles as we will spend one afternoon and one morning on a boat photographing the mammal/birdlife in and around the lake. We will also be able to photograph animals around the lodge such as zebra, giraffe, wildebeest and Colobus monkeys.

Amboseli National Park, home to some of Africa’s biggest elephants that cross the dry Lake Amboseli and graze the foothills of Kilimanjaro. The endless plains also provides great habitat for cheetah, serval and thanks to scattered thickets and tall grass areas; lion!

Here are the highlights for the Big Cats & Tuskers Safari;

  • See Africa’s large cats up close & personal
  • Visit a variety of iconic National Parks throughout Kenya
  • Watch some of the largest elephants in Africa graze the foothills of Kilimanjaro
  • No single supplements!

If there is not much out there that will change the way you see the world, I assure you, this safari will!

I look forward to hosting you on probably one for the best safaris out there!

Big Cats & Tuskers Safari

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Until then;

Happy snapping!



About the Author

Michael Laubscher


Haunted by the allure of spectacular wildlife and African sunsets. I am a hunter-gatherer of natural light and candid moments, an appetite whet with a taste of the unknown and the smell of home; “This Is Africa”! I look forward to sharing life long experiences with you and helping you capture them. Please feel free to go check out my Instagram account

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