Sunday, June 21, 2015

Wildbeest Migration

I was really happy to presence part of the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, one of the biggest in the planet where millions of these espetacular animal moves up north towards Kenya. They normally move in big herds, which is easy to identify by the noise they produce when running.

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Quite close...

A nice view of a spotted hyena in the Serengeti pans.... It was so comfortable with our presence that  distance was not a problem anymore..

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Monday, June 8, 2015

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Our future...

As I always say, there is no other way out but to teach and bring to the attention of these new generation the importance to protect and care about nature and its species. That's what I am trying to do.

Monday, June 1, 2015

There is no free lunch

As a friend of mine usually says... There is no free lunch, not even in the savannah. 

Friday, May 29, 2015

Seeking for Help...

We are currently seeking for help to work in our organization, a young person with a lot of energy and interested to learn. This person will be assisting me in a part time job, dealing with administrative and operational stuff. The candidate must love nature, animals, adventure and photography. You can send your resume to our e-mail: and we certainly will go back to you.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Photo Exhibition

If you like wildlife photography you should spend sometime to see our exhibition which is located inside the Shopping Parque Balneário in Santos. We have 22 posters sized 50cm x 75cm showing a little bit of the African fauna. 

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Next Expedition

If you are interested in wildlife and nature photography you may want to check our new schedule for the next trip to Tanzania this year. We are about to set up a new group of photographers and or nature and wildlife lovers for this exciting adventure. In case of interest, please do get in touch with us via e-mail: 

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Loongokuboma Village

Loongokuboma is a Maasai village inside the Ngorongoro conservation area in Tanzania. The village has a population of 150 people including 45 children. The kids between 4 and 7 years goes to the village school, and the ones between 8 and 14 goes to the primary school in another village located 10km away from Loongokuboma. Yes, if you are calculating the distance they walk per day, 5 days a week, your mathematics still good, they walk 20km per day, 100km per week. After the primary school with 14 to 15 years they start a very hard training before they become a real MAASAI WARRIOR.  Kimai-Laizer is the chief who takes care of the whole village. He is the son of the previous chief.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

The Crater!

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
If you are an adventurer or a nature lover, than you must put in your to do list to visit a place called Ngorongoro. Its a magic place with a fantastic view and a lot of wildlife present. You can go down inside the crater, called caldera, and see one of the most beautiful eco system on earth. 

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Blue Monkey

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©

You can spot them very often at Lake Manyara in Tanzania. Not easy to photograph, as they are quite fast and never stay long for cameras. I like the eyes, very beautiful and concentrated.

The Boss...

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
This is what we see when you travel inside the Serengeti. The most funny thing is that they don't even care about your presence around, they are so secure and confident, in other words, the boss!

Thursday, April 2, 2015


photo: Elissa Fortunato
I am delighted with the positive feedback I have received from the group at the end of our trip. It was quite an experience to listen all of them telling their stories, talking about their fears, satisfaction and experience during the 10 days we have spent together. It was definitely an amazing expedition.

Two brothers

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
It's definitely an amazing animal. We were quite luck to spot two brothers under a big tree in a river bed inside Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. 

Having fun in Mto Wa Mbu

What a such good moments we have had in this village with all these kids playing around our group. By having the idea to take a selfie, we learned that they were doing this for the first time in their lives, and I was very happy to bring such a good fun to these kids in Mto Wa Mbu, Tanzania.

Recharging batteries!

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr ©
A big male resting in the Serengeti plains, probably waiting the sun to go down and start what they normally do best, hunting. We all know that lioness normally does the hard job, but without protection of a big male, the pride would not survive.