With thirty years of tour operating in Africa under our belts we’re confident that we have the necessary experience and expertise to help you design your perfect safari.
We’ll take you right where the action is, so you can enjoy quality game viewing and have the opportunity to take awesome photographs.
We’ll never forget that it’s your trip, but we’ll care for it like it’s our own.
Over the years we’ve stayed in some wonderful camps and lodges and would love to recommend them to you. But if you have something specific in mind for your safari just tell us what it is and we’ll do our best to find it for you.
Our preference, wherever possible, is to avoid larger hotels and lodges in favour of those with real character, but you can be sure that we will find you the best blend of location and comfort that your budget allows. We believe that the places you stay should be a memorable part of your safari, not just somewhere to sleep.
For the ultimate safari experience we recommend a private safari, designed specially for you, based around a private vehicle with your own driver/guide so you don’t have to compromise on space and can enjoy game viewing at your own pace in the company of your chosen travelling companions. However, if meeting other safari-goers is all part of the holiday for you, then sharing game drive vehicles can help keep costs down.
One of the questions we are asked most frequently is “What kind of people book with Wildlife Photography Africa?”
The simple answer is that they are people who want to combine their interest in photography with their desire to discover Africa and its wildlife. But it is actually a bit more complicated than that.
Most of the people who join our group safaris are novice photographers; you’d be amazed how many people buy a new camera to take on safari and who don’t learn how to use it properly before they go. Combining an African safari with photographic tuition means that you’ll enjoy an outstanding safari and you’ll come home with great photos to remember it by.
Our tailor made safaris are a different matter. Here we find ourselves putting together safari itineraries for more experienced photographers who are seeking exceptional wildlife encounters.
Our knowledge of Africa is extensive and we are equally skilled at putting together excellent African wildlife safaris for travellers who are a little bit less fanatical about photography. Either way you’ll still get immense pleasure from the time you spend in the company of some amazing and enchanting animals.
It is important for you to have peace of mind that any money paid to Wildlife Photography Africa in respect of a booking you make with us is secure.
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