Winter is finally here😂back like we never left💃 Last breakfast Last photo Hapa ndipo ilihit @henrydesagu East west home best. Thank you @expeditionsmaasaisafarisltd for the extravagant Easter vacation.
Yesterday was #earthday and I can’t help but to think of the climate change impact we’ve seen so far solely from a simple safari trip to Kenya. In the words of the locals here, seasons and climates have changed, and as a result, animals are migrating later/off-usual-season because the environment is not conducive as it was before. Rain, the life force of a savannah, has seen a change in its seasonality too. And so here I am today, acknowledging that every single one of us plays a part in this ecosystem. What we do impact the littlest or biggest of ...
A mother rock hyrax and her cubs living near the cliff outside @angamasafari in Kenya last year. The hyrax is a close living relative to the 🐘 | Sony a7 III | 100-400 GM | f5.6 | 1/640sec | 320 | 285mm
Maasai tribesmen starting a fire by rubbing a stick on a cedar wood - a practice adhered even to this day by villagers, a survivor skill passed on from generations young to old. _____________________ #africa#kenya
When we say do not 🚮 in our parks we mean it even the wild is in for the campaign #banplasticinthepark @kenyawildlifeservice @world_wildlife @wildlifedirect @smriti_vidyarthi @mtaliimweusi @localmsafiri Share this photo wildley we need to have plastics off our national parks #nema @kelv @therealtarzann
Feeling extra grateful on this earth day. Recently, I got to travel to the Naboisho conservancy in the Maasai Mara as an ambassador for the @ourplanet docu-series. It is the most beautiful place I’ve ever been, and the most connected to nature I’ve ever felt. We met an amazing team there who took care of us — In particular Salaash and Fred. Our local guides not only knew how to find every animal and everything about them but shared their personal stories and helped us understand the culture of the Mara, and in particular the importance of tourism as ...
Earth Day every day. Zebras graze in the shadow of the Siria Escarpment. The sublime beauty of the Maasai Mara will forevermore reside in my soul. “When you have caught the rhythm of Africa, you find out that it is the same in all her music.” ~Karen Blixen, Out of Africa - #sophialitchfieldphotography#kenya
Happy Earth Day! You don’t have to sell your car and only eat kale to help the earth. Here’s one thing to try: eat a salad on Sundays. Yup, that simple. But if everyone did it (implication is no meat in your salad) it would be a HUGE step in preserving the beauty we see all around us.
This Earth Day 🌍 I’m reflecting on the Circle of Life. Yes, that is a warthog killed and strung up in a tree, by a leopard. It’s an effort to save his or her kill for later; and to protect its meal from other predators or opportunistic scavengers. Such delicate eco systems, complex intricate processes work together: amazingly balanced and triumphant nature. The beauty we see. The air we breathe. The water that sustains life. The food that nourishes us. One sweet world provides. But we are not helping our home. May we each be ...
Happy Earth Day from the Naibor team! We live in a beautiful place and are committed to protecting our home. In the past year, we have eliminated our plastic use by introducing re-usable bottles and are working to improving sustainability in all aspects of our camp. Come join us to experience and celebrate all that this magical part of the world has to offer 🌍