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WILD4 PHOTOGRAPHIC SAFARIS FAQ PAGE
1) WHAT VEHICLES DO YOU USE ON THE PHOTO SAFARIS YOU OFFER ?

SOUTH AFRICA
On the different sections of the photo safari we make use of different safari vehicles. For all the safaris in the Kruger National Park we will make use of WILD4's own safari vehicles which have been specially converted for photography. The vehicles have a maximum seating capacity of 10 passengers this allows ample space for the 3 photographers. The vehicle has a canvas roof for protection against the sun and rain.
Shooting is done from a comfortable seated position.
In the Big Cat Reserve we use the reserve's own 4x4 safari vehicles and we have a ranger from the lodge assigned to us for the duration of our stay. These vehicles also have a canvas roof and you shoot from a seated position.
Other private lodges & reserves make use of vehicles with no canvas roof but they have the same seating capacity allowing ample space for equipment.
KENYA
On the Kenyan photo safaris we make use of Toyota Land cruiser 4x4's which WILD4 subcontracts from a specialist safari company based in Kenya. These vehicles have a seating capacity of either 7 or 9 passengers which allows for each photographer to have a whole row of seats to themselves. The vehicles have individual roof hatches from which to stand and photograph, they also have side windows which allows you to photograph from a seated position.

TANZANIA
Similar vehicles to the ones used in Kenya, extended Landcruisers with an open roof (a canvas cover is used incase of rain)

All vehicles are equipped with radios for safety and also to share sightings.

2) HOW MANY PHOTOGRAPHERS & VEHICLES DO YOU TAKE ON YOUR PHOTO SAFARIS ?

SOUTH AFRICA
The "BEST OF KRUGER PLUS BIG CATS" Photo Safari runs with a maximum of 2 safari vehicles each with 3 photographers and there is also space next to the driver for a non-photographer partner or spouse.
Absolute maximum: 8 participants
"LIONS & LEOPARDS of MALA MALA" will run with only 1 vehicle and only 3 photographers. Partners or spouses are welcome to join the safari at a discounted price but will have to share the bench seat with their photographer partner / spouse.
The "KRUGER & BIG CATS EXPLORER" photo safari will run with a maximum of 6 photographers in one safari vehicle with a maximum of 2 safari vehicles on the tour.
KENYA & TANZANIA
All tours to Kenya and Tanzania run with a maximum of 3 vehicles - 2 participants per vehicle - thus an absolute maximum of 6 participants.

3) WHAT EXACTLY IS A NON-PHOTOGRAPHER ? DO YOU OFFER A DISCOUNT FOR NON PHOTOGRAPHERS ON ANY OF YOUR PHOTO SAFARIS ?
If your wife, husband or partner is not a photographer but they enjoy wildlife and they enjoy joining you on your photo trips, then they are very welcome to join you on safari. They will only qualify for a discounted rate if they agree to take the non-photographer seat in the vehicle. There are 2 non-photographer seats available on the "Best of Kruger plus Big Cats" safari and there are non photographer seats available on the "Lions & Leopards of MALA MALA" safari.

Your partner or spouse is welcome to join you on the Kenya & Tanzania trips too but there is no special discounted price.

A non-photographer must be just as patient as the photographers and whilst in the vehicle a non-photographer does not have a say in where we go and how long we stay at sightings, those decisions are only made by the photographers and guides.
4) IS THERE A RISK OF GETTING MALARIA ?
SOUTH AFRICA
YES there is always a risk and a visit to your GP will no doubt end in him / her prescribing you malaria medication for your trip. However the risk, although it is there, is very minimal. Often our clients comment after the first few days, "Wow I have not seen a single mosquito yet", and that is usually the case. In the South African winter months when it is cooler and dry there are very few, if any mosquitos. (May to September). When the rains arrive in Nov / Dec then there are pools of water lying around and this is where mosquitos breed. The risk increases slightly at this time but it is still not major.

None of the WILD4 staff has yet contracted Malaria in the Kruger area and touch wood, none of our clients over the past 7 years has either. The best thing to do is to try to prevent getting bitten. Mosquito repellant is useful in the evenings during the summer months and should be applied to bare skin. The best is to cover up - wear long trousers and shirts with sleeves in the evenings.

It is however best to go and see your doctor and take their professional medical advice.

KENYA & TANZANIA
The same risks apply for Kenya & Tanzania
5) WHAT CURRENCY SHOULD I BRING FOR PERSONAL PURCHASES and are CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED ?

SOUTH AFRICA
Credit cards are accepted
If using cash it is only acceptable to use ZAR (South African Rands)

KENYA & TANZANIA
Credit Cards are accepted
It is also a good idea to have US$ dollars as this is widely accepted. Small denomination notes are handy to have and they must be no older than 2006 issue.
When using US$ dollars to pay for personal items you may be given change in local currency

APPROXIMATE EXCHANGE RATES as at April 2013 (please check a currency converter at the time of your trip for a more accurate rate)
1 US$ = ZAR 8,90 South African Rands
1 US$ = KES 84.00 Kenyan Shillings
1 US$ = TZS 1615 Tanzanian Shillings

1 GB£ = ZAR 13,69 South African Rands
1 GB£ = KES 129 Kenyan Shillings
1 GB£ = TZS 2486 Tanzanian Shillings

1 EUR€ = ZAR 11,66 South African Rands
1 EUR€ = KES 110.00 Kenyan Shillings
1 EUR€ = TZS 2117 Tanzanian Shillings

6) WHAT IS THE BEST TIME OF YEAR TO SEE AND PHOTOGRAPH THE BIG CATS ?
In short - ANY TIME is good. The Big Cats are of course impressive to see and a highlight of anyone's safari. Due to their nature they are less active during the day time. They can however be seen in action during the day and it is a combination of being in the right place at the right time and patience on the part of the photographer which results in the best cat photos.

None of the cats has a specific breeding season unlike a lot of the herbivores. There is not a particular time of the year for an abundance of young cats. ANY time of year can produce excellent sightings of the big cats with their young.
7) WHAT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CAN I EXPECT TO FIND ON SAFARI ?
SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa uses a 220 - 240 volt system and wall sockets take a 16 amp, round, 3 pin plug. All battery chargers will be able to convert voltage correctly for you, but you must make sure that your plug will fit the South African system. More detailed information is available from us when we send you your pre-tour documentation.

KENYA & TANZANIA
Both make use of a 220 volt system and the plug type is exactly the same as the plugs used in the United Kingdom (a 13 amp, square, 3 pin plug)
More detailed information is available from us when we send you your pre-tour documentation.
8) WHAT KIND OF ACCOMMODATION CAN I EXPECT ON YOUR PHOTO SAFARIS ?
WILD4 Photo Safaris offers a range of comfortable accommodation - nothing overpriced and flashy and nothing cheap and uncomfortable. We believe that it is more important to be in the best locations to photograph wildlife as this is where we spend the majority of our time. All accommodation offers great food, comfortable beds and electricity for recharging batteries. If you want a PHOTO SAFARI with excellent photo opportunities and comfortable accommodation then come with us, if you want a luxury 5 star holiday then we suggest you book with someone else.
9) I HAVE SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS - ARE YOU ABLE TO CATER FOR THEM ?
We can cater for special medical dietary requirements - please let us know at the time of booking. A small surcharge may be necessary depending on your requirements.
On all other photo safaris, the catering is done by lodge staff and we can inform them of your requirements. They may or may not be able to cater for you specifically, in which case you would need to select the food intems you are permitted to eat from the menu provided.
10) WHAT IS THE FOOD LIKE ?
Food served on the photo safaris is based on a western style diet. There will be a mix of home cooked meals, packed breakfasts with fruit & yoghurt; lunches with sandwiches; restaurant meals and buffet style catering. The food on safari is always very good.
11) CAN I DRINK THE LOCAL WATER ?
SOUTH AFRICA
Yes it is possible to drink the tap water at most locations in South Africa - the best is to ask first.

KENYA & TANZANIA
NO - all water is off limits. Bottled water is readily available and it is recommended that you only drink bottled water.
12) WHAT ARE THE TIPPING GUIDELINES ON YOUR PHOTO SAFARIs ?
The tipping guidelines will be sent to you along with your pre-tour documentation. Tipping is a safari tradition but it is by no means compulsory, and a tip should only be given if you feel you have been given excellent service.
If you are happy with the service of the lodge staff and your guide then they will very much welcome a tip.
TIPPING GUIDELINE:
SOUTH AFRICA
Private Lodge staff: (kitchen staff & housekeeping) approx ZAR 200 to ZAR 400
House Keeper in Kruger National Park: approx ZAR 100 per camp
Private Lodge Ranger & Kruger Guide: approx ZAR 100 per participant per day

Tips are best paid in ZAR (South African Rand) or any major currency.

KENYA & TANZANIA
Lodge / camp staff approx US$ 20 per person per lodge / camp
Driver Guide approx US$ 250 - $300 per person for duration of safari

Tips are best paid in US$ (US dollars) or any major currency.
13) CAN I ADD ON AN EXTENSION TO MY SAFARI - TO CAPE TOWN OR VICTORIA FALLS FOR EXAMPLE ?
YES, this will not be a problem at all. We use a very professional company to do all of our extensions to other South African or African destinations. Let us know what you would like to do - preferably at the time of booking your safari with us, so that we can match up internal connecting flights etc.,
14) IS IT BETTER TO DO THE BIG CAT SECTION BEFORE OR AFTER THE KRUGER SECTION ON YOUR " BEST OF KRUGER " PHOTO SAFARI ?
It does not really matter, feedback from previous clients shows that they were very happy to do it at the beginning or at the end. If you do it first then you will get a good warm up before we head into the Kruger Park, and if you do it last then we will concentrate a little harder on technique etc during the first few days in the Kruger. The Big Cats will be a nice way to finish off your safari.
15) ARE YOU ABLE TO GO OFF ROAD TO GET CLOSER TO ANIMALS ON YOUR SAFARIS ?

Kruger National Park - NO
Big Cat Reserve - YES
Mala Mala Game Reserve - YES
Kenya & Tanzania - YES but only in some areas, otherwise NO

Does this matter ?
In some situations YES - especially to get a better sightings of the cats, but in the overwhelming majority of situations where general game is concerned - NO

16) IS IT POSSIBLE TO PHOTOGRAPH THE LOCAL PEOPLE ?
Yes it is but it is a very delicate situation - ALWAYS ask permission first, if your guide is with you - ask him first if it will be possible. If you are on your own - please ask the person politely if they would mind you taking a photo of them. In Kenya & Tanzania it is regarded as very rude to point a camera at a person without having their permission. On the Kenya & Tanzania safaris there are opportunities to photograph the local Masai people, but this is a very organized activity and you will need to pay extra for the experience.
17) ARE THE VEHICLES YOU USE IN RADIO CONTACT WITH OTHER SAFARI VEHICLES, THUS MAXIMIZING SIGHTING OPPORTUNITIES ?
Yes - all the vehicles we make use of are linked to other vehicles via radio. This not only helps to broaden the search area, but it is also important from a safety point of view, and if we have a breakdown.
18) WHAT KIND OF PHOTO TUITION DO YOU OFFER & WHO WILL BE MY TOUR LEADER / GUIDE ?

The owner of WILD4 - Stu Porter (a qualified nature guide and photographer) personally leads all of the safaris EXCEPT for the "KRUGER & BIG CATS EXPLORER" photo safari which is our budget friendly photo safari. This safari will be led by a freelance nature guide who knows how to look after the specific needs of photographers and who has worked with Stu before. He will have a good understanding of photographic concepts and will be able to help with these on a basic level.

In wildlife photography, animal behaviour is extremely important to know as you can learn to predict what the animal may do next. When you are out in the field, your guides will point out animal behaviour and interpret it for you so that you are better prepared and you will begin to predict behaviour for yourself.

On all dual vehicle safaris Stu will alternate between the vehicles each day to offer tuition and photo tips.

On the tours that Stu leads, tuition can include some or all of the following key points of wildlife photography, such as digital histograms, raw vs jpeg, composition, cropping, digital workflow, photoshop, night photography, timelapse and more.

There are times when you may be in camp, for a midday break - these times are also excellent opportunities to have a one to one with Stu or to run through any other aspect of wildlife photography, as a group. Stu is there to guide you and to help you improve your photography - take advantage of your time on safari - ask as many questions as you like !

19) IF I NEED TO SPEND A STOP OVER NIGHT IN JOHANNESBURG BEFORE OR AFTER THE SAFARI - CAN YOU ORGANISE THIS FOR ME ?
YES we can organize a hotel near the airport for you to stay at. We recommend the EMPERORS PALACE which is a group of hotels very close to the airport and it offers a range of rooms for different budgets. There is also a great choice of restaurants as well as a convenient shuttle bus to and from the airport. You are welcome to book this yourself or we can do it for you.
www.emperorspalace.co.za
20) I HAVE A LOT OF SKY MILES - IS IT POSSIBLE FOR ME TO USE THEM FOR THE INTERNAL FLIGHTS ? AND WILL YOU CREDIT ME FOR THIS ?
YES it is possible to use your own sky miles for the internal flights but it is important that you book on the same flight as the other participants so that we can collect all the participants at the same time from the airport. We will credit you the amount the flight would have cost us on the day we would have booked the flight for you ourselves. (usually straight after we receive your tour deposit)
21) DO YOU OFFER PHOTO EQUIPMENT HIRE ?
YES there are a few equipment items for hire - but these are only available for the South African Photo Safaris. If you need to hire equipment for the Kenyan or Tanzanian Photo Safaris then you will have to arrange this yourself. Only CANON equipment is available.
ITEMS NO of items available HIRE PRICE
(per day)
1-3 days
per item
HIRE PRICE
(per day)
4 days or more
per item
2 x 500mm Canon IS f4 2 US$ 100 per day US$ 60 per day
1 x 100-400mm Canon IS f4.5 to 5.6 1 US$ 15 per day US$ 10 per day
1 x 180mm Tamron Macro lens f3.5 for CANON 1 US$ 10 per day US$ 5 per day
2 x Wimberley Version 2 2 US$ 10 per day US$ 5 per day
tripod (for duration of any safari) 2 US$ 5 per day US$ 30 for duration

Prices quoted above are per item PER DAY (Including your final day as a full day)
To secure the hire of any equipment items 50% of the total hire price must be paid along with your tour deposit.

IF YOU HAVE SIGNED UP FOR A SCHEDULED PHOTO SAFARI THEN YOU NEED TO HIRE THE EQUIPMENT FOR THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE SAFARI
eg: if you wanted to hire the 500mm f4 lens for a 13 day safari (Best of Kruger plus Big Cats) then you would need to pay US$ 60 x 13 = US$ 780

NB** EQUIPMENT HIRE IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR THE SOUTH AFRICAN PHOTO SAFARIS
22) I WOULD LIKE THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF A VEHICLE FOR MY WIFE AND MYSELF - IS THIS POSSIBLE AND HOW MUCH IS THE SURCHARGE ?
YES this is possible but only on the "Best of Kruger & Big Cats" photo safari. The surcharge allows you exclusive use of the safari vehicle in the Kruger National Park and at the Big Cat Reserve.

The surcharge is based on either a couple wanting their own private vehicle or a single photographer wanting his or her own private vehicle.
PRICES can be found on the TOUR PAGE
23) WHAT IS THE BEST TIME OF YEAR TO GO ON A PHOTO SAFARI ?
There are 4 main factors influencing your choice.
1) First is your budget. Safaris to Kenya & Tanzania are more expensive than the ones to Kruger National Park. Different style & standard of accommodation is used and park entrance fees vary significantly.
2) Specific natural phenomena - is there something you just have to see ? if so choose the best time to coincide with this.
3) Heat - do you enjoy the heat or do you prefer it to be cooler ?
4) Thickness of the bush - if it is too thick it will be more difficult to see & photograph the animals.

SOUTH AFRICA
Broadly described, the Kruger area in South Africa has the following seasons.
November to March - hot summer & the rainy season
April to October - milder and quite cold during mid winter (June July) with very little rain. Progressively getting drier & warmer in the build up to the first rains in late Oct / early Nov.
There is no specific migration season in the Kruger Park and so a visit at any time will produce great photos. Migrant birds are in bigger numbers at the end of the year - Nov & Dec when the rains have begun. Vegetation in late September is very dry and bare except for the lush greenery along the rivers.

The time to avoid if any, is Jan to March as this is when the vegetation is at its thickest and animals are more difficult to see, although the birds are excellent at this time of year.

KENYA
More temparate throughout the year and milder. A distinctive short rainy season in late Oct / Nov and Dec. The long rains fall between late Feb and May. Migration season in the Masai Mara - usually between July and late October. The massive herds of wildebeest and zebra move into the Mara to eat the thick grass that has grown up during the long rains. This is the time to see the great migration, but it is also the busiest tourist season & therefore the most expensive time to visit Kenya. Visiting in Nov / Dec & Jan is also very good as the grass is not yet tall and thick, the reserves are quieter and there are still many resident animals to photograph.

The time to avoid would be March through to late June when the grass is tall and thick.

TANZANIA
Very similar weather to Kenya and there are specific times to visit to see wildlife spectacles and to visit different parks.
The Ngorongoro Crater is worth a visit at any time of the year.
There are distinct seasons to maximize your visit in the Serengeti. Jan and Feb are excellent months to view the 1000's of wildebeest and zebra as they graze on the open short grass plains. This is the time of year when the give birth so baby animals and births are quite common to see. Predators are of course attracted to this and sightings of the big cats are regular.

As the herds move northwards towards the Masai Mara, it is also a good time to visit the Serengeti in August / September as they cross the Mara River on tha Tanzanian side.
24) YOU MENTION GUIDES USED IN THE KRUGER ARE FGASA QUALIFIED AND THOSE IN KENYA ARE KPSGA - WHAT DO THESE STAND FOR ?
FGASA - Field Guides Association of Southern Africa.
Guides who qualify through this organization have taken an extra step over and above the minimum requirement for guiding and have been examined and assessed to a higher level of competence when it comes to wildlife knowledge and guiding in general.
KPSGA - Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association.
This is the equivalent guiding qualification sought after by guides in Kenya.
25) I AM A VERY KEEN BIRD PHOTOGRAPHER - WILL WE HAVE TIME TO STOP TO PHOTOGRAPH BIRDS ON YOUR PHOTO SAFARIS ?
All the photo safaris can be classed as general wildlife photo safaris - we tend to stop for anything and all subjects are of interest and importance, so YES we do take time to photograph birds - mostly the big and the colourful ! If you are wanting to photograph birds in particular, then it may be best to request a private vehicle or bring friends with the same keen interest. There is a big difference between just shooting birds and a shooting general wildlife.
26) DO I NEED A VISA TO VISIT SOUTH AFRICA, KENYA or TANZANIA ?
It is best to check with the relevant embassy in your country to be 100% certain. At the moment no visas are required to visit South Africa if you are from the USA or the UK, if you are staying less than 60 days.
Visas are required by everyone if visiting KENYA & TANZANIA. Visas can be obtained at the airport upon arrival and the fee at the end of 2010 was US$50 per person. This can however change at anytime. If possible, it is best to obtain a visa for Kenya before arrival, from the Kenyan Embassy in your country. This will avoid having to fill in extra forms and stand in extra queues at the airport upon arrival. Also check with the airline you are flying with as they sometimes require you to have a visa before entering the country.
27) IS SMOKING ALLOWED ON THE SAFARI ?
No smoking is allowed in the safari vehicles at anytime. We will make periodic unscheduled stops throughout the day but we do not stop specifically for smoke breaks.
28) IS THERE INTERNET ACCESS AND CELL / MOBILE PHONE RECEPTION ON SAFARI ?

INTERNET ACCESS & CELL PHONE RECEPTION - SOUTH AFRICA
YES there is limited internet access whilst on safari in South Africa.
In the KRUGER PARK there are internet cafe's at two of the bigger camps - Skukuza and Lower Sabie
There is wireless internet access at the Private Big Cat Reserve - available in the dining area.
There is internet access at the Forest Lodge.
There is wireless internat available at MALA MALA

INTERNET ACCESS & CELL PHONE RECEPTION - KENYA & TANZANIA
YES there is limited internet access whilst on safari.
There are internet cafe's at the bigger lodges we stay at, the smaller camps do not have internet access but do have cell/ mobile phone reception
There is cell / mobile phone reception in Kenya & Tanzania

29) DO YOU PROVIDE BEANBAGS ON THE SAFARI OR MUST I BRING MY OWN AND FILL IT WITH BEANS ON ARRIVAL ?
SOUTH AFRICA
We do provide professional heavy beanbags for the duration of the safari. Each photographer will be issued with 3 beanbags.
You are welcome to bring your own and fill them on arrival - there is rice available at the camp shop.

KENYA & TANZANIA
We do provide professional heavy beanbags for the duration of the safari. Each photographer will be issued with 1 beanbag.
You are welcome to bring your own and fill them on arrival - beans can be ordered prior to the start of the safari at extra cost.
30) WHAT IT THE LUGGAGE ALLOWANCE ON THE INTERNAL FLIGHTS ?

SOUTH AFRICA
Officially, the allowance is 20kgs per person for checked baggage and 7kgs for carry on.
7kgs as we all know is not enough for camera equipment.
The airlines are generally very relaxed with regards to camera equipment. Some clients have had no problems at all, others have had some hassle but have always stuck to their guns and refused for equipment to go in the hold and that has worked.

It would also depend on how much equipment you bring.
If you are able to fit most of what you need in a single bag such as a think tank, plus a laptop as carry on you should be ok. My general set up for travel, which can all fit in a think tank airport accelerator is as follows:

500mm f4 canon
70-200mm f 2.8
28-135mm
15-30mm
2 x bodies
1.4TC
Flash

This selection will cover all general photo opportunities.

If you are planning on bringing more I would recommend wearing a photo jacket into which you can pack extra equipment if necessary.

KENYA & TANZANIA
The internal flights in are more strict on luggage allowance.
The same limits apply - 20kg for checked baggage and 7kgs for hand luggage.
They are more likely to enforce this in Kenya, but having said that, we have been able to take all our equipment on board for the flight back from the Mara to Nairobi on every safari we have done so far.

If there is a problem then our driver will drive the luggage back to Nairobi / or Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and it will catch up with us in time for our evening international flight departures.

It is still recommended though that you bring a medium sized soft bag for luggage and one camera bag (Think Tank) or the like. This will avoid almost all potential luggage problems.

 
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