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Photo tours in Kenia: places not to miss out on!

March 24, 2017
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Do you have a never ending desire to explore the beauty of the African nature? Do you want to get in close contact with the wildness we all came from? When it comes to the African continent, choosing a place to go to might become a never-ending story, wherever you go, exotic is the word to describe the atmosphere. I have chosen a few places which every tourist keen on photography must visit. Be ready to get unforgettable impressions and unfathomable thrill and make sure to take a photo, it will last longer! (hehe)

Kenya is the primary destination if you want to get the iconic snaps of the African continent. Rhinos and buffalos traversing the savanna, graceful lamas, fast gazelles and zebras roaming around while lions and leopards, sly predators, are lying in wait for their prey. What else can be more thrilling? Having these photos in a portfolio is a must for all professional wildlife photographers out there! If you cannot boast good photography skills, you can take photography lessons from experts before getting down to the activity. Prices for photography tours in Kenya start at around $11 000. Wake uptake adventurer sleeping inside of you and hit the road for adventures!

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Interesting facts
Photography tour in Sahara

 Have you seen the movie Gladiator? If not, go and watch right now. Those who have seen in will be glad to know that Sahara is the location where the most prominent scenes of the movie were shot. You can start with capturing the velvet dunes and taking photos of the snake charmers and mighty camels proudly swaying as they carry bedouins on their back. Once in a province, you will get a chance to capture and even participate in the traditional tea ceremony as well as to see the locals playing gnawa music performed on goatskin drums. The beauty of the sunset in Sahara is just a cherry on the top of a cake you cannot miss out on.