Wildlife Wonder Photography Trip - Canon Malaysia

Wildlife Wonder Photography Trip

18 Jul 2024 (GMT+08:00)
31 Jul 2024 (GMT+08:00)
MYR 41,400.00 - MYR 54,800.00


Step into the wild heart of Africa with our Wildlife Wonder photography trip, a 14-day safari that promises not just photographs, but stories. Led by the renowned EOS Master Danny Wong, here’s why you should not miss this opportunity:

  • Expertise of Danny Wong: Learn from a master and capture Kenya’s majestic animals through his lens.
  • The Great Migration: Witness one of nature’s most awe-inspiring spectacles and photograph the drama.
  • Luxurious Wilderness: Stay in the best lodges that offer comfort in the wild.
  • All-Inclusive Adventure: Competitive pricing for an experience that covers all your needs.

With limited spaces, ensure your spot on this journey of a lifetime. Register now and prepare to be amazed!

FARE: Twin sharing - USD 8660.00, Single - USD 11460.00

  • Inclusive of ground transportation, meals, park fees, organized game drive 4x4 (4 pax per car, 3 cars per group), accommodation, special off-track permit.
  • Exclusive international return air ticket, travel insurance, visa & tips. 
  • For further information, kindly contact Danny Wong (+6013-3319898).


Day 1: Home Country – Nairobi
Departure to capital city of Kenya.

Day 2: Home Country – Nairobi – Lake Bogoria
Departure to capital city of Kenya, transfer to Lake Naivasha overland upon arrival, first round of shooting birds on the lake by boat.

Day 3: Lake Bogoria – Lake Naivasha
Departure to capital city of Kenya, transfer to Lake Naivasha overland, lunch upon arrival, then shooting birds on the lake by boat.

Day 4: Lake Naivasha – Masai Mara

Day 5-12: Masai Mara
9 days full exploration for great wildlife photography on Masai Mara.

Day 13: Masai Mara – Nairobi
Morning game drive, transfer to airstrip after lunch to return to Nairobi by flight and international flight connection at night.

Day 14: Home Country
Bon Voyage





Wildlife Wonder Photography Trip (18 Jul 2024 — 31 Jul 2024)(GMT+08:00)

Wildlife Wonder Photography Trip

EOS Master

Danny Wong

It might be challenging to get great shots in a picturesque setting, but it would be exceedingly challenging to do it at a dump site. Yet it was a series of outstanding photos captured at a dump site in the outskirts of Cambodia that catapulted Danny Wong to fame and won him numerous awards from some of the world’s largest photographic competitions such as the Trierenberg Super Mega Circuits, where he won gold medals in 2014 and 2016.   The air was often smoky and dusty where these pictures were shot, which was close to a dump site. Patience and keen attention are needed to photographically depict the inhabitants in their natural environment. Through his photographic lens, he was able to tell the story and the emotion of the scavengers to people all over the world. They say that an image is worth a thousand words. A collection of photos captured while participating in Ijtema in Bangladesh helped him win more than 20 gold honours in photography contests and exhibits throughout the world. He was also able to win the Open division of the Siena International Photo Award, the Trofeo Gipuzkoa 2016 in Spain, the Nikonians Photography Awards 2017, and the Sony World Photography Award as a Commended Photographer in 2017 thanks to his Vietnam-related photos.   In addition to being voted The Best Author in international exhibits 42 times, he has more than 2,000 international awards under his belt and several photography accolades. The Arctic Circle, Vietnam, China, Nepal, Cambodia, Malaysia, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Namibia, Botswana and Morocco are just some of the far-flung locations where Danny routinely arranges international photography trips, accepts foreign projects, and leads photographers on excursions. He has also been a guest lecturer and judge for several photographic groups nationwide and abroad. Inspired by his fervent love for photography, he aims to "Never Stop Exploring the World." 

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