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  1. A: Everyone! My daughter has been the punniest person around while on safari. Who knew became who gnu? Likewise, the lions laying under a bush were waiting to AMbush.... Many thanks to the SafariTalk community for endless recommendations. Our two week trip was beyond measure.
  2. https://www.porini.com/blog/amazing-images-of-a-leopard-ambush-near-porini-lion-camp/
  3. We have completed our first week of Safari and having a marvelous time. Porini Cheetah Camp is lovely and had internet installed today! I am uploading some photos of the camp and will do a trip report after we return next week.
  4. An article by Paul Ogden in the Manchester Evening News: Going back to nature on an ecologically friendly African adventurehttp://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/trips-and-breaks/travel-review-conservation-themed-safari-11002675 Camps and Lodges available from Gamewatchers Safaris
  5. I found these to be useful to get an on the ground look at what the camps look like. Gamewatchers Adventure Camp: http://www.africa360.com/gwac_vtour_client Porini Mara Camp http://www.africa360.com/pm_vtour_clien...t Porini Lion Camp: http://www.africa360.com/pl_vtour_client Pricewise the adventure camps look to be a pretty good deal. I would be a bit leery of sleeping on the ground (snakes and scorpions) - yikes.
  6. Inspired by @@madaboutcheetah 's post detailing the places he thinks offer the best prospects for cheetah spotting, we have got together with Gamewatchers safaris/Porini Camps to create a Kenya safari specifically for cheetah lovers. Outline itinerary: DAY 1 – NAIROBI – PORINI RHINO CAMP, Ol Pejeta Conservancy DAYS 2 & 3– PORINI RHINO CAMP, Ol Pejeta Conservancy DAY 4 –PORINI MARA CAMP, Ol Kinyei Conservancy, Masai Mara DAYS 5 – 7 – PORINI MARA CAMP, Ol Kinyei Conservancy, Masai Mara DAY 8 – PORINI LION CAMP, Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Masai Mara DAYS 9-11 – PORINI LION CAMP, Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Masai Mara DAY 12 – RETURN TO NAIROBI – DEPART Prices start from US$4,495 / £2,835 and offer decent savings on rack rates; (as much as US$1,080/£680 in peak season) Prices are valid for travel through to December 15 2015. click here to find out more

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