We offer a wide range of itineraries to suit anyone’s expectations, including luxury lodge safaris, private guides for small groups, camping safaris for the more adventurous and migration safaris to the Serengeti and other National Parks.
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For many of you this is very likely a once in a lifetime experience. Here are some reasons you should join us on this epic photo tour safari in Tanzania.
Our Photographic Safari was specifically created to put you in the best locations at the best times of the day for photography. The itinerary has been setup to maximize our time in the field creating images under the best circumstances possible. A long lens is not necessary the lens, uses Nikon’s 80-400mm most often in Expect in Africa Safari. On a crop camera body this lens is also good for birds in Africa. Many participants absolutely love the Sigma 150-600mm while on safari.
After visiting many different lodges and locations, we have hand-picked these particular lodges based on their proximity to our shooting locations, luxury level, security, services offered, cleanliness, as well as the various types and frequency of wildlife and nature photographic opportunities they offer. Many of our best bird and wildlife images were made right around our lodges!
All of our guides are hand-picked. For our head guide we have the great honor of working with one of the top, most respected and sought after guides in all of Tanzania, Raymond and other guide is Tanzanian native having over 30 years of experience with the nature and wildlife of Tanzania, is a virtual encyclopedia of all things Africa. Each of our guides has a great deal of knowledge and a deep connection and understanding of these animals, their locations, and their habits and behaviors on an intimate level. They also and understands and respects the special needs of photographers.
You will be travelling in “photographer friendly” safari vehicles that accommodate up to 1 to 3 passengers. These vehicles have hatches on the roof and sliding glass windows to take pictures from. They are laid out with two front individual seats and three rows of bench seats. Unlike many overcrowded safari vehicles, we will only have three photographers per vehicle. This means you will have a bench seat all to yourself, where you are free to make yourself at home and spread out your photography gear. As an additional bonus, you will be able to photograph from both sides of the vehicle, so you don’t ever have to worry about missing photographic opportunities because you are on the wrong side!
Note non-photographer spouses or partners have the option (for discount) of sharing your bench seat or riding up front with the driver on game drives. When in the front seat they will certainly see everything and be able to photograph most things out the roof hatch. When sharing a bench seat one person can photograph out the roof hatch and the second can photograph out the lower sliding window.
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