All endangered species in a day at Ol Pejeta

Above:  Lunch abandoned at Sweetwaters Serena as the black rhinos arrive for a drink. Picture: Rupi Mangat Published: Saturday magazine  in Nation newspaper21 Septmber 2023 It’s an OMG moment that within minutes of landing at Ol Pejeta, the wildlife conservancy on the equator, a cheetah struts the plains. We follow her at a respectable distance. […]

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The Red Elephants of Tsavo

See published article in Satmag Nation newspaper 24 June 2023 The red earth road leads us towards Kilimanjaro standing regal in the horizon. There are rumours that there are elephants in Makindu, most famous for housing the Makindu Sikh Temple, revered by Sikhs from all over the world. It has to do with the Sikhs […]

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Magic in the Mara

Above: Female elephant in Talek River, Maasai Mara – Copyright Rupi Mangat Published: 15 December 2018 It’s sunrise but there’s still a full moon in the sky. The dawn light is magical while the sprawl of the Mara is enchanting. In the soft light, the gazelles gambol and the warthogs graze on knees bent, their […]

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Naretunoi Conservancy Neighbours Nairobi National Park

Above: The Wildlife Foundation Centre at Naretunoi Conservancy, Kitengela Copyright Rupi Mangat Published: 10 November 2018 “We have everything here,” says Moses Parmisa of The Wildlife Foundation. “If you had spent the night here you would have heard the lions and the hyenas.” We’re chatting over a cuppa tea and cakes at The Wildlife Foundation […]

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