#OnetouchLive Amboseli – Part 2
Let’s pick up where we left off last week.
As a recap, we had an exciting game drive on Sunday evening, capped by Kilimanjaro’s snow cap (see what I did there?) and a glorious sunset.
This being one of the best sunset shots I’ve captured, I just had to post it again.
We were up before sunrise on Monday morning hoping to capture the sun shining on Kilimanjaro but the clouds decided to sleep in. So we shot the sunrise over the African savannah and after that, headed for an early morning game drive.
This is the Sentrim Amboseli Kilimanjaro look out point where we had gathered at 5.30am to catch the sunrise.
We spotted these elephants leaving the forested area where they spend their nights as they headed to the swamps where they spend their days.
There once existed a wildlife migration corridor between Amboseli and Nairobi National Park which has since been blocked by human settlements. This has left many lone wildebeests separated in both parks, and not in herds like their Mara cousins.
This guy has the largest tusks in Amboseli.
Straight out of a tourism brochure.
Thanks to all who came for #OnetouchLive Amboseli, especially to father and son duo Patrick and Jacob our guides / drivers who kept up with our back and forth instructions as we sought to get the perfect shots.