Wildlife Photography Africa
elephants on chobe river side, viewed from boat

Back on the Chobe river

It’s been tough not being able to get out on the Chobe river for the past 3 months as 2020 has seen some of the highest water levels in Botswana for many years.So it is not surprising that there’s been great excitement for our friends at Pangolin Photo Safaris as the lockdown starts to ease for local travellers in Botswana[…]

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Choosing the right lenses for your safari

Probably one of the most frequent questions we get asked by clients is “What lenses should I take on safari?” This question is not limited to first timers either; because the equipment you need to take depends very much on where you are going and what the conditions will be like. Photographing lions on the plains of Masai Mara requires[…]

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Zimbabwe – The must visit safari destination for 2014

It’s official! Zimbabwe is the must visit safari destination for 2014. Since we introduced our select range of safaris in Zimbabwe a few months ago, the response has been incredible. However that doesn’t mean we’ve been resting on our laurels. Quite the opposite in fact. Although we (naturally) thought our Zimbabwe itineraries were the bees knees, we realised that because[…]

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