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We inspire, educate, and promote conservation through our passion of photography and travel.
We inspire, educate, and promote conservation through our passion of photography and travel.

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Our In the Shadow of Giants Tour is missing one participant and that person could be yourself.

The trip is taking place in October of 2016 so there is plenty of time to prepare and get ready for this amazing journey.

This tour is all about elephants and if you have fostered one or a few from the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust you will be able to see them and interact with them.

Our tour will take us to:

•The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi, Kenya
•Amboseli National Park, Kenya
•Voi Southern Rehabilitation Unit in Tsavo East National Park, 
•Ithumba Camp in Tsavo East National Park, Kenya
•Umani Springs / Kibwezi Forest Preserve

Capture Africa Tours has been able to secure dates at all these DSWT facilities along with permission on this trip...so we are good to go!

If you want to journey with us you will need to have at least fostered one elephant form DSWT or more for the 2016 calendar year. For more info please contact Dick Berry at info@captureafricatours.com or PM Dick Berry on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/captureafricatours/
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Tours to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust are trips that Henry Gathura and myself specialize in, and take great pride in delivering the best trip for all of our clients.
We often do extensions to other destinations after DSWT and highly recommend making a visit to Ol Pejeta Conservancy which is located in Central Kenya's Laikipia County.
This conservancy has the largest black rhino population in east Africa with over 100 strong....and heavily protected. It's also famous for protecting the last 3 northern white rhinos on earth. These great animals are protected by armed rangers 24/7.
The Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary is situated within the conservancy and provides a haven for orphaned, abandoned, and rescued chimpanzees.
You will even catch a glimpse of the Grevy's Zebra which is very rare with a population of maybe 2000 in Africa.
Wildlife abounds and one of my favorites is the lion which will never disappoint any of our clients.
If you would like to add Ol Pejeta to your tour this can be arranged for you.
Please get in touch to book your in 2017-2018 tour.
Email us at... info@captureafricatours.com
Open tours below to all of DSWT's reintegration unit
2 sharing open spots available /Tour closing Dec. 19, 2016
***Jan. 25 - Feb. 6, 2017 2 spots available for individuals willing to share
***February 12 - 24, 2017 OPEN
***May 23-June 4, 2017 OPEN
Openings available:
***June 9-21, 2017
4 spots available for individuals willing to share
***June 26-July 8, 207
***Sept. 30-Oct. 12, 2017
100% booked
***Oct. 17 29, 2017
100% booked
2018 Updated tour schedule for In the Shadow of Giants / DSWT tour below:
Two January-February 2018 tours have been added!
***Jan.10 22, 2018
***Jan. 25 - Feb. 6, 2018
***May 23 - June 4, 2018
***June 9 - June 21, 2018
***June 26 - July 8, 2018
***Sept. 30 - October 12, 2018
***October 17 - October 29, 2018

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Roughly 39 nights and 40 days in Kenya ended our two back to back tours. The tours were about what the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is all about, and how their operations run 24/7. We made visits to the nursery in Nairobi, Ithumba Unit and Voi Reintegration facility in Tsavo East National Park. Umani Springs was another destination, and one of my favorite spots for wild elephants...Amboseli National Park, Kenya.

We did photograph two Zebra along the way and felt they needed some recognition before I start flooding Facebook with elephants and other African wildlife.

Capture Africa Tours has a January trip with one spot left that starts January 25-February 6, 2017. Jump on board now or sign up for 6 of our trips in 2017 as well as 2018.

We have a month long tour happening in 2018 starting with our tour to see the mountain gorillas in Rwanda. Fly to Kenya for our David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Tour, and head south to Botswana to explore the Okavango Delta. One individual has signed up and 5 seats are available.

Last but not least a big thank you to Henry Gathura, Simon Gathai, Michael Muriithi and Joshua Njoroge..aka Denzel Washington, who made our tours a great success. I could not have better business partners, but most of all they have become my close friends...Kudos to all of you and your families!

#wildlifephotography #wildography #wildographyandsafaris #loves_africa #serengetinationalpark #nairobi #kenya #tanzania #canonusers #safari #zebra #wanderlust #oljepeta #wilderness #wildlifephotography #blackandwhitephotography 
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Giraffe numbers are dwindling across Africa. Poaching and habitat loss are the reasons but this dramatic decline has become the silent extinction. Giraffes really do not get much exposure and need to make the Front Page when it comes to awareness.

#wildography #natgeowild #safari #africa #tanzania #giraffes #rothschilds_giraffe #kenya #canonusers #loves_africa #WildographyandSafaris #elephants #amboselinationalpark #leopards #tarengirenationalpark
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August 10, 2016 is World Lion Day
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Somewhere in South Africa this great beast was cooling off in his own private paradise. Every elephant seems to have a price tag hanging from their tusks so I will no longer pinpoint exact locations. Truly the flagship of the South African national parks, Kruger is home to an impressive number of species: approximately 2000 plants of which 404 are woody plants and 224 grasses, 53 fish, 34 amphibians, 118 reptiles, 517 birds and 147 mammals. Man's interaction with the Lowveld environment over many centuries - from bushman rock paintings to majestic archaeological sites like Masorini and Thulamela - is very evident in the Kruger National Park. These treasures represent the cultures, persons and events that played a role in the history of the Kruger National Park and are conserved along with the park's natural assets. Courtesy of SANParks- https://www.sanparks.org/parks/kruger/
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Somewhere in South Africa this great beast was cooling off in his own private paradise. Every elephant seems to have a price tag hanging from their tusks so I will no longer pinpoint locations. If you want to see more of his kind just get in touch and I will be happy to show you how to enjoy them at a distance and get some great shots as well. Journey with Capture Africa Tours for the experience of a lifetime. For more info on photography conservation related tours please contact me at info@captureafricatours.com

#wildography #wildographyandsafaris #southafrica #elephants #safari #canonusers #wildlifephotography #naturephotography 
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