Behind the Frame: A Leopard at the Lentorre Hide

In this episode in the Behind The Frame series, Andrew Beck shares a Lightroom Edit of an image of a male leopard captured at the Lentorre Hide during the September 2022 Great Migration with Hides and Helicopters Safari.

The Lentorre Hide offers the most incredible, intimate sightings of birds and animals at ground level.

Launched in September of 2020 after years of development to get it just right, the Lentorre hide is a sunken air-conditioned space with sound proofing, professional lighting and the best glass that you can use for photography. The hide itself has two beds, and the anteroom has a bunk bed allowing for overnights. Being sunk into the ground at the waterholes edge you are at eye level with the wildlife and they are completely oblivious to your presence, allowing you to enjoy a truly unique wildlife photography and viewing experience of an animal in its element.

The biodiversity in the area is perhaps unmatched in East Africa, allowing for some special sightings including Striped Hyena, Caracal and more!

Experience this for yourself!

Join us for a one of a kind experience combining Kenya's Great Migration in the Masai Mara, low level photographic hides and scenic aerial photography over Lake Natron and Lake Magadi to photograph vast flocks of flamingo and other wildlife.

September 2022 Trip Report

See what our guests experienced during the September 2022 edition of this incredible trip. From the big cats (and some little ones) of the Masai Mara right the way through to the abstract aerials and unique eye level images captured at the Lentorre Hide.

One thought on “Behind the Frame: A Leopard at the Lentorre Hide

  1. Michelle P.B.


    Thank you for the tips! These will be easy to add to my own repertoire.

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