Wild4 African Photographic Safaris

Wild4 African Photographic Safaris

Authentic small group photo tours to South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana and Namibia

  • Wild4 Photo Safaris Slideshow
  • Wild4 Photo Safaris Slideshow
  • Wild4 Photo Safaris Slideshow
  • Wild4 Photo Safaris Slideshow
  • Wild4 Photo Safaris Slideshow

African Photographic Safari Specialists

We focus exclusively on photographic safaris to Africa and take you only to the most photo-productive destinations.

Be part of a small group atmosphere where each photographer is guaranteed a FULL ROW of seats in the safari vehicle.

We pay full attention to photographic details and the needs of both serious and amateur nature photographers.

WILD4 scheduled photo tours offer quality time in the field (around 2 weeks)  and our custom tours can be tailored to suit the needs of the client.

If you prefer small groups and are serious about your photography, then our tours are right for you.

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Latest Trip Report

BEST of BOTSWANA photo safari TRIP REPORT - April / May 2017

BEST of BOTSWANA photo safari TRIP REPORT - April / May 2017 An unusually heavy rainy season has resulted in a lot of the Okavangao Delta being underwater. Moremi Game Reserve and the Khwai concession were very wet indeed and this meant that a lot of the the regular roads were unpassable which restricted our game drives to certain areas. However regardless of how wet the delta was, we still managed to find an abundance of photo opportunties with birds featuring high on the list. Water bird activity was of course very busy and we spent a lot fo time with Fish...

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Latest Article

SEPTEMBER 2015 - Wildlife PANORAMAS - Male Lion, South Africa

SEPTEMBER 2015 - Wildlife PANORAMAS - Male Lion, South Africa Creating panoramic images of Landscapes is a widely used technique - but what about panoramic images of wildlife subjects ? This is a short article that explains when, how and why you should use this technique if the opportunity to do so arises. WHEN ? If you are too close to your subject to fit it in the frame with your telephoto lens then this technique can work for you - yes you can move further away or even use a lens with a zoom, but this is not...

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Testimonials This was truly a fantastic safari. The camping experience gave us the feel of being closer to nature as opposed to being in a lodge without really roughing it and the camp food was superior to the lodge buffets. The photographic opportunities were great throughout the safari and our time on the Chobe River was exceptional. As a veteran of 13 safaris to other locations in Africa I can say this was fantastic.

Don Getty   www.dongettywildlifephotography.com, USA

Testimonials We were very lucky to have found the Wild 4 Team when we were able to take a short photographic safari as part of a business trip to Cape Town. So when we could plan a photography trip overseas, naturally we contacted Stu and Justyna. We brought along a good friend who wanted to do her first photo safari. To say the three of us had a blast would be to underestimate the experience. I wonder how many other photographers have been a few feet from a cheetah taking down an impala only to share the kill with a caracal. Other highlights included a rare king cheetah, mating leopards, a den of wild dogs with their pups, photographing and touching a boomslang, green mamba and black mamba, and being surrounded by a herd of elephants. But perhaps the best part of all was being back with friends whom we know and trust. We know a good thing when we experience it. When we are ready for our next African adventure, you can bet we will contact the Wild 4 Team.

Michael & Toni Anderson, USA‚Ä®