By popular demand, 2014 sees Wildlife Photography Africa re-introduce a small selection escorted group departures designed for wildlife and photography enthusiasts.
Offering photographers the chance to travel with a small group of like-minded individuals our groups have a maximum of 6 participants and are escorted by Africa expert and experienced wildlife photographer Martin Dunn.
Working closely with our Tanzanian guides Martin will work to put you right at the heart of the action as well as offering tips and advice to help you maximise your photographic opportunities
16 September – Botswana and Zimbabwe – Group Full / Bookings closed
Starting with a private tented camp in Botswana’s wonderful Chobe NP this amazing safari includes visits to Hwange NP, Mana Pools NP, Matusadona NP and the awe inspiring Victoria Falls.
The highlight of our 2015 calendar is 3 small group safaris to Tanzania in partnership with the fabulous Lemala Camps.
22 February – Tanzania – Serengeti and Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Put yourself amongst the herds of wildebeest and zebra as they gather for the migration northwards. The fresh grass is the signal for a new generation of wildebeest calves and with so much food on offer the predators are never far away.
21 June – Tanzania – Lake Manyara, Serengeti, Grumeti and Ngorongoro Crater
A terrific selection of game parks that showcases the diversity of Tanzania’s wildlife. Lake Manyara is renowned for the incredible diversity of its birdlife. Our time in the Serengeti NP is divided between two exceptional wildlife areas: Seronera in central Serengeti is famous for great year round sightings whilst the Grumeti area is where we encounter the huge wildebeest herds as they move north towards the Maasai Mara. Our itinerary is rounded off with a visit to the unique environment of the Ngorongoro Crater.
20 September – Tanzania – Tarangire, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater
Spectacular scenery makes Tarangire one of our favourite Tanzanian parks. Large herds of elephants roam a landscape of towering baobab trees and the birdlife is outstanding. From Tarangire we travel to the Mara region of northern Serengeti where we’ll find teeming herds of wildebeest crossing and re-crossing the Mara river. Our safari finishes in style with a visit to the wildlife hotspot of Ngorongoro Crater.
We anticipate adding in a couple more group safaris for 2015, probably to Kenya, so make sure you check here for updates.