A PHOTOGRAPHIC SAFARI INTO THE HEART OF AFRICA

Summit is returning to Africa! Join us in Kenya, Uganda, or both! 

A wildlife photographer's dream locale

Summit Kenya

Kenya is one of the best places on earth to see wildlife, and a trip into its vast savannah, and towering rainforest amongst thousands of animals is an experience unlike anything else. Next winter, join Summit Workshops on an amazing journey into the heart of Africa to explore the diverse ecosystems and animal species Kenya has to offer.

All-Inclusive

Our all-inclusive Summit Kenya workshop will begin in Nairobi where we will drive to Aberdare National Park, a stunning cloud forest known for its abundant elephant populations and rare black leopards. 

After searching for wildlife and trekking through the spectacular highland landscape, we will continue to the Ol Pejeta Reserve beneath the towering slopes of Mount Kenya. Internationally recognized for its rhino conservation efforts (home to the only living northern white rhinos on the planet), Ol Pejeta is home to lions, cheetahs, giraffes, elephants, wild dogs, and more. From Ol Pejeta, our journey will take us north to Lake Nakuru to search for groups of tree climbing lions, and west into the Kakamega Forest, Kenya’s only remnant of a vast rainforest that once stretched across the entire continent. From the rainforest, we venture south along the shores of Lake Victoria and into the Masai Mara, the epitome of African wildlife safaris. By pairing luxurious safari lodges with some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in Kenya, we are excited to invite you on this exceptional journey!

January 7-19, 2023

Kenya, lion

Deposit

Due upon registration
$ 3000
  • Deposit holds your spot in the workshop
Kenya, zebra

Tuition

Full workshop tuition
$ 9795
  • Full Tuition due 60 days before the workshop begins
Kenya, elephant

Bundle Discount

Discount available if paired with the Uganda Workshop
15,795
  • Bundle Discount!

WHAT TO KNOW

  • Kenya is one of the best places in the world to see and photograph wildlife. We designed our itinerary to explore the diverse ecosystems found in the country and to ensure we see a wide variety of animals. Expect lions, cheetahs, leopards, zebra, giraffe, hippo, elephants, gazelle, monkeys, rhinos, hyenas, ostriches, and more.
  • Like any African safari, our trip will entail many hours in the car driving between locations and out looking for animals. Our landrovers are perfect for such a journey and include large and comfortable seating in addition to a pop-up roof for watching animals.
  • Expect a variety of temperatures ranging from cool mornings and hot afternoons.
  • Our safari lodges are charismatic and hand-picked to provide memorable accommodations on this once-in-a-lifetime trip.
  • Spouse and companion discounts are available for this workshop! These discounts are for non-photographers who want to share in this amazing experience with you. Please contact us for more information.

Topics We Will Cover

Wildlife Photography
Travel Photography
conservation Storytelling
landscape photography

2023 WORKSHOP INSTRUCTORS

Ian Segebarth

Workshop Faculty / International Travel Provider

The founder and owner of Rainshadow Expeditions, Ian has spent the past decade traveling and guiding in over 40 countries, covering every continent. He has a background in conservation biology and environmental science, which has fueled his passion for nature and exploration. Ian is a highly experienced scuba instructor and technical cave diver, and has completed thousands of dives all over the world, including the Philippines, Indonesia, Australia, Antarctica, and the Caribbean. He is also a contributing photographer for National Geographic Magazine, and his film work has appeared on Discovery Channel and BBC. In addition to guiding, Ian still has ongoing research and exploration in numerous locations around the world, and he will be happy to share his expertise on these topics.

Matt Stirn

Faculty / Staff

Matt is a photographer, writer, and archaeologist based between Boston and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Focusing on stories related to archaeology, history, culture, and conservation, Matt’s images and writing can be found in Smithsonian Magazine, The New York Times, National Geographic, GEO, BBC, Archaeology Magazine, Outdoor Photographer Magazine, and more. Matt is a National Fellow at The Explorer’s Club, currently directs multiple archaeological projects in the Rocky Mountains, is involved in several excavations in Greece and Italy, and worked as the Photographer In Residence for the British School in Athens, Greece where he specialized in photographing artifacts. Along with his wife Rebecca, Matt has both lived and worked in Greece and is passionate about sharing it with fellow photographers and travelers.

Did we mention all-inclusive?

Costs included in tuition: 

  • Nairobi airport-hotel pick up/drop off shuttle
  • Transport in customized pop up top 4 x 4 Land Cruisers (3 rows of seats) with 4 passengers per vehicle
  • Services of experienced English speaking safari guides/drivers.
  • All accommodation in Kenya
  • Park entrance fees
  • All meals on safari
  • Bottled drinking water in safari vehicle
  • Government taxes and fees
  • Tips for guides, drivers, and hotel staff

Not included: 

  • Soft drinks and alcohol
  • International Flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Single Room Supplement
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