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2015, Clients on Safari
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1st Place Clients on Safari: REALLY Up-Close-and-Personal with a big bull elephant in Mana Pools, Zimbabwe. Irene Cavatore got within 8 feet of him! ‘I love elephants and felt honored that he let us come so close.2nd Place Clients on Safari: Kelsey & Mark Janes, father-daughter, on their first gorilla trek in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. Guide,.Mr.D, was absolutely amazing and made sure my dad and I got a memorable father-daughter photo.3rd Place Clients on Safari: After a two-week adventure in Tanzania, the Susan Shumway family gathers for one last photo on the Serengeti airstrip, Tanzania.
For the Berry-Parnell family, it was a wonderful morning in the Maasai Mara watching cheetah cubs play.  One cub adventured to a higher vantage point on the top of our family’s vehicle. It made for a great memory.  (Photographed by Joseph Parnell).Incomparable guide and friend, Hillary Mandia, with his safari client Barbara Bernstein from the Land Cruiser on her adventure across northern Tanzania.Marie Caner enjoys an unforgettable meeting with the meerkats on the Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana.
Janet & Jorge Carabelli visited a school near the Ngorongoro Crater. The children were intrigued by Janet's white hair and coincidentally matching colors of her clothes to their uniforms.  They all wanted to hold our hands and ask about America.Irene Cavatore experiences the most amazing (and magical!) ‘sundowner’ ever! She was surrounded by 300 elephants as the sun went down. They walked by in all directions. It was like we had merged into the gathering of the herds. Wow! (Hwange, Zimbabwe)Mercedes Cutler with her wonderful Tanzanian guide, Elisa. He was very knowledgeable about all of the animals, birds and plants we saw. He made sure we were happy at all times and we can't say enough good things about him.
Carol Davis running down a sand dune near Hoanib and surprised to hear the dunes making a ''roaring'' sound underneath her feet. Although the top sand was hot, just underneath, the sand was cool. (Hoanib, Namibia)Gretchen Douglass enjoys a special moment at the Elephant Sanctuary in Hazyview, South Africa.Anna Eckmann with a water lily necklace made by her guide Ron while in the Okavango Delta.  Anna released the flower back to the water of the delta after it closed, it was a touching moment for their family.
Nolan Eckmann checking out the 'big' camera during a game drive at Savuti Camp (Linyanti Reserve, Botswana).Sherry Everlove and Lisa Evey - This photo shows sisters Sherry and Lisa marveling at the expansive view we had at Phinda Game Reserve. We felt as though all the splendor of Africa was before us; waiting to be explored.This is how memories are made.  Amazing experiences with the ones you love. The Fazendeiro and Bortnick families on safari in Tanzania.
Two cousins uniting for a life-enhancing experience riding quads on the Makgadikgadi Pan in the Kalahari Desert, Botswana, Africa.  As the sun set on the Pan, a delicious dinner was served and a roaring fire lit.  Elaine Goodman and Jan Howie.Sandi Greenberg kissing her favorite giraffe at the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi.Left to Right, Richard and Carolyn Hayman and Rickie and Ray Bialek. Carolyn and Rickie have been friends for 55 years. As couples, they travel once a year to places far and wide. This trip to South Africa was the best one so far.
Jim and Cathy Kleeman share a moment with their wonderful guide, Mkenda. His knowledge of wildlife put them in the thick of the action. His charm and wit made their great adventure a joy from beginning to end. Seronera Airstrip, Serengeti NP.I am not a fan of selfie-sticks, but once in a while they are justified! Ballooning above the Maasai Mara, Kenya. Alex Kostich and Steve ChildersWe never imagined getting so close to the gorillas, I still marvel at this photo and have had friends ask me if there was a glass partition between us and the gorillas!  Alex Kostich and Steve Childers
Alex Kostich with Kiki the Cheetah: The morning cheetah walk at Naankuse Lodge was a highlight of my stay in Namibia.  Kiki is a local celebrity, and my sister walked with her several years ago.On our last evening at Tanda Tula Safari Camp we stopped for sundowners. Ray and Lynn Baker, Barry Bassett, Ginger (our guide), Terry Landers and their tracker Issac. Fabulous first camp!Dylan Lee - It's hard to find a more skilled or personable walking guide than Nic Polenakis. In just a few days in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, this was just one of maybe six elephant encounters he gifted us and our kids.
JD Leidy enjoys feeding ‘Jake’- the elephant he rode at the Elephant Camp (Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe).Posing with Sylvester, the cheetah, Susan Leidy and her son JD, take a moment with the gorgeous cat. (Elephant Camp, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe)Saran and Brian Lopatka have a spectacular day on Table Mountain, Cape Town (South Africa).
At a visit to Lemur Island near Vakona Forest Lodge in the Andasibe National Park in Madagascar, Debbie Meitin spends time with a black and white ruffed lemur (with a banana in its mouth).Larry Gutter charms a bamboo lemur (left) and brown lemur at Lemur Island near Vakona Forest Lodge in the Andasibe National Park (Madagascar), where all the lemur residents used to be pets.Karl Newmeyer and Mary Lee Moser joined their excellent guide, Simeon, on an afternoon canoe safari which was spectacular for both scenery and wildlife—a highlight. (Vundu Camp, Mana Pools, Zimbabwe)
This was while trekking for gorillas in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park. Sylvia O’Brien turned to her husband with a big smile - they had just announced ‘the gorillas are near!’ .The Pepin family has a special visitor at lunch along the Zambezi River in Mana Pools, Zimbabwe. From left to right is Ed Pepin, Sue Pepin, Cathy Pepin, Lori Dumont, Linda Nolan and Carol Pepin.Mara Perkins dancing with ‘Mutzi’, the elephant in Mana Pools, Zimbabwe while the intrepid Nick Murray (guide extraordinaire) looks on.
Betsy Richardson - Sometimes in Vumbura you just don’t know who is going to show up for afternoon tea - or how long they plan to stay. In either case, no one was going to argue with this bull elephant. Okavango Delta, Botswana.David Rosoff and Kelley Chase take a break from canoeing down the Zambezi River amongst the hippos. Mana Pools, Zimbabwe.‘In the Shadow of the Baobab.’  David Rosoff dwarfed by the 1000 year old baobab tree in Malilangwe, Zimbabwe.
Cole Thomsen learns how to start a fire with the Hadzi bushmen of Lake Eyasi, Tanzania.Brothers Henry and Cole Thomsen share epic adventures on their first African safari to Tanzania.Cristina Ulvert and Santiago Eliaschev feed ‘Heidi’ at the Giraffe Center in Nairobi. An incredible experience! She thanked them with a giant kiss.
A Honeymoon toast for Christina Ulvert and Santiago Eliaschev from the floor of the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.