Amazing images capture the drama and emotion of life on the savanna in the Olare Conservancy, Kenya

Life on the savanna will be dramatic, heartwarming and stunning – as this sequence of fantastic photos reveals.

They seize moments together with a lion leaping on a giraffe as she tries to guard her younger calf in addition to a lioness main her cute cubs on a stroll and a leopard leaping out of a tree.

The gorgeous footage have been snapped by award-winning safari information James Nampaso, who works within the Olare Conservancy in Kenya.

A sequence of fantastic photos by safari information James Nampaso captures every day life on the savanna in Kenya. On this image, a pleasure of lion makes an attempt to take down a giraffe making an attempt to guard her younger calf 

Safari guide James works in the Olare Conservancy in Kenya. He captures his jaw-dropping images while taking guests on tours to spot majestic wildlife

Safari information James works within the Olare Conservancy in Kenya. He captures his jaw-dropping photos whereas taking friends on excursions to identify majestic wildlife

James said: 'I adore my job and love sharing Olare Conservancy with my guests'

James captured this shot of a leopard relaxing in a tree

James stated: ‘I like my job and love sharing Olare Conservancy with my friends.’ Pictured left is a lioness carrying a cub and proper is a leopard enjoyable in a tree 

James, who’s a Masai, works for Kicheche Camp and captures his jaw-dropping photos whereas taking friends on excursions to identify majestic wildlife.

On Tuesday, he scooped the gong for greatest safari information on the Wanderlust World Information Awards 2019 ceremony, which was held at London’s Royal Geographical Society.

James stated: ‘I like my job and love sharing Olare Conservancy with my friends.

‘These priceless parcels of land are the long run for wildlife and anybody related with this lovely space.

James said: 'Small and sensitive safaris will always win over mainstream parades, and there has never been a day where I have not woken up excited to be guiding'

James stated: ‘Small and delicate safaris will all the time win over mainstream parades, and there has by no means been a day the place I’ve not woken up excited to be guiding’

A leopard leaps out of a tree after spotting prey below

James's nickname is Bwana Chui (Mr Leopard) as he often spots the elusive leopard

A leopard leaps out of a tree after recognizing prey beneath, left, whereas one other retains a lookout throughout the plain. James’s nickname is Bwana Chui (Mr Leopard) as he usually spots the elusive leopard

James, who shot this image of a pair of leopards, has worked at Kicheche Camp for 15 years, starting as a tent attendant before becoming a safari guide

James, who shot this picture of a pair of leopards, has labored at Kicheche Camp for 15 years, beginning as a tent attendant earlier than changing into a safari information

‘Correctly managed, the place all stakeholders profit, I don’t consider there may be anyplace else that compares.

‘Small and delicate safaris will all the time win over mainstream parades, and there has by no means been a day the place I’ve not woken up excited to be guiding alongside my colleagues at Kicheche in a conservancy we name paradise, however a hard-earned paradise.

‘I’m grateful that I’m simply allowed to get on with my job and the eco-gold successful Kicheche is an organization that actually cares in regards to the wildlife, the surroundings, the native Masai and certainly its employees.’

Paul Goldstein, the co-owner of Kicheche Camp, where James works, said: 'James is never happier than being stood up, head through the hatch of his faithful land-cruiser with his precision optics trained on a tawny predator'

Paul Goldstein, the co-owner of Kicheche Camp, the place James works, stated: ‘James isn’t happier than being stood up, head by way of the hatch of his trustworthy land-cruiser along with his precision optics educated on a tawny predator’ 

James said: 'These priceless parcels of land are the future for wildlife and anyone connected with this beautiful area'

James stated: ‘These priceless parcels of land are the long run for wildlife and anybody related with this lovely space’ 

According to the owners of Kicheche Camp, James has a long list of repeat guests who like to go searching for the wildlife with them

In accordance with the homeowners of Kicheche Camp, James has an extended checklist of repeat friends who like to search around for the wildlife with them

James said: 'My colleagues at Kicheche call the conservancy a paradise, but a hard-earned paradise'

James stated: ‘My colleagues at Kicheche name the conservancy a paradise, however a hard-earned paradise’ 

There are five camps within the Olare Conservancy. It was founded in 2006 and borders the Maasai Mara National Reserve

There are 5 camps inside the Olare Conservancy. It was based in 2006 and borders the Maasai Mara Nationwide Reserve

James has labored at Kicheche Camp for 15 years, beginning as a tent attendant earlier than changing into a safari information.

Paul Goldstein, the co-owner of Kicheche Camp and a buddy of James, stated: ‘At Kicheche Camp, James has a repeat checklist of friends longer than an elephant’s trunk, many who need to guide greater than a 12 months upfront.

‘An excellent quantity are very competent wildlife photographers and are eager to go on safari with James who is known as the “Bwana Chui” (Mr Leopard) as he’s so ridiculously adept at finding the elusive but enigmatic leopard.

‘James has additionally developed right into a high-quality photographer in his personal proper and he’s by no means happier than being stood up, head by way of the hatch of his trustworthy land-cruiser along with his precision optics educated on a tawny predator.’

A recent guest that James took on a guided tour through the Olare Conservancy was BBC nature presenter Chris Packham

A latest visitor that James took on a guided tour by way of the Olare Conservancy was BBC nature presenter Chris Packham 

On Tuesday, James scooped the gong for best safari guide at the Wanderlust World Guide Awards 2019 ceremony, which was held at London's Royal Geographical Society

On Tuesday, James scooped the gong for greatest safari information on the Wanderlust World Information Awards 2019 ceremony, which was held at London’s Royal Geographical Society