My love affair started in Kenya with my first trip over 30 years ago. Although I've traveled to 10 different countries in Africa for wildlife safaris, Kenya remains my favorite. It just feels like home. I usually spend 2-3 months a year in Kenya and have been doing that since 2015. Even with that much travel, I feel like I've barely scratched the surface of what Kenya has to offer.
I have so many images and stories to tell about Kenya and with all my travel, I haven't had a chance to edit images and write the stories. Starting in 2024, I'm cutting down on travel so I can tell the stories that are meant to be shared.
You can also visit my travel gallery to get an idea of the wildlife and topography. (not much on here yet -- but it's coming)
A male lion shakes his beautiful mane. Mara Triangle, Kenya
The Topi Pride of lions from the Maasai Mara start on the journey for a hunt
A hippo and the Topi pride of lions - the hunt...Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
One of the last remaining Super Tusker Elephants, Craig, prepares his lunch in Amboseli, Kenya
too weak to stand. The impact of the drought in Kenya leaves animals starving to death.
Ithumba Hill Lodge Tsavo National Park Kenya
Tamarind Tree Hotel, Nairobi Kenya
Kenya Masai Mara Intrepids Camp, Tent Tour
Kenya Masai Mara sand river camp, Tent Tour
Kenya Masai Mara Explorer camp - Room tour
Wildebeest crossing at Lookout Point, Masai Mara Kenya
Umani Springs Lodge, Kibwzi Forest, Kenya (Sheldrick Wildlife Trust lodge)
Ol Donyo Lodge, Chulyu Hills, Kenya - luxury redefined
Amboseli National Park - Tortillis Camp Room Review
Amboseli Serena Lodge - Room Review
Governor's Il Moran Camp. Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Nairobi Serena in Kenya; lodge review during COVID
Leopard Hunt at Wildebeest Crossing