National Geographic is Coming to Naboisho
It is with great excitement that we would like to introduce you to Bob and Gina Poole who will be living with us at Naboisho Camp for 3 months, starting in early February.
No strangers to Naboisho, Bob has previously documented the life of a cheetah family in the conservancy. In addition they have made wildlife films all over Africa, most recently in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique where they spent two years filming a 6 hour series about the restoration of the Park.
Bob is the Director of Photography, main character and narrator of the Series that will air on PBS in the United States and National Geographic International in 2015.
Here at Naboisho they will be following a family of elephant on their journey for a film for National Geographic WILD. If you are staying at NaboishoCamp soon, you will have the opportunity to meet them and maybe even join a game drive where you find out what it takes to make one of these films.
Naboishostill has some availability from now until the end of March, so if you are flexible enough to travel soon, you can enjoy this unique wildlife filming experience and benefit from our 3rd night free special (for Naboisho Camp only, or in combination with our other Asilia camps).
To find out more please contact your trusted travel agent or enquire here. In the meantime, you can follow Bob and Gina Poole’s experiences at Naboisho on this blog and Naboisho Camp’sFacebook page.
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