Learn how to become a photographer on a Kenya safari
Travellers looking to come home from a trip to Africa with some memorable holiday pictures may be interested in the latest offer from Leleshwa camp.
Visitors might like to visit the property while on a Kenya safari as it runs a photography workshop, run by wildlife snapper Mike North. Guests will be taken through the process of setting up and capturing the moment they want.
Either one or five days can be attended and participants will begin each morning doing some on-location shooting, before learning how to edit their pictures at the Digital Imaging Centre in the afternoon.
Leleshwa is found in the north-east of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve and has just joined the Safari Collection of properties. It now sits alongside a portfolio that includes Nairobi's Giraffe Manor, a 1930s hotel that takes its name from the eight resident animals that roam the grounds.
It costs $295 (£183) a head each night to stay at the camp and prices for the photography course start at $100 for guests staying at Leleshwa.