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.
Latest Trip Report
Unfortunately I was late in joining this photo safari due to my back giving out at the 10 pin bowling alley on Molly's 9th Birthday !! , I don't think I will be bowling again soon. However the team headed on to Samburu without me and were very well looked after by Julius and ably supported by his team mates, James and Tim. The short rains had begun early this year and Samburu was very wet and muddy, adding some extra excitement to the game drives. The Ewaso Nyiro...
Latest Blog Post
This very interesting sighting took place in the Kruger National Park in South Africa, during the dry season. A pride of 9 Lions caught a Warthog near the Sabie River. The commotion attracted a huge herd of Buffalo that were feeding nearby and they came over to investigate. The two enemies faced each other for over an hour. The Buffalo repeatedly charged the Lions, but the Lions waited patiently and eventually made their way back to their Warthog kill once the Buffalo had finished harassing them. All VIDEO footage was taken...
Wild4 Photo Safari gave me much more than an average safari tour. The experiences, friends, and information gathered from my trip will stay with me forever. My anticipations were greatly exceeded to things I could never have dreamed up. I Love Wild!!
Colleen Sullivan, USA
Thank you again Stu for your trip report of our Botswana trip. It has been very useful to me as I go through my photographs and try to identify the birds especially. It has also given me ideas on how to treat some of my photographs of similar subjects, Also a big thank you in general for the technique guidance you have give me this year and for your fantastic decisions about anticipating animal behavior. My resulting photographs are largely due to your help and to travelling with you. You have had a significant impact on the quality of my photographs and I am very appreciative. Looking forward to hearing about your Tsavo trip. Regards
Sharon Thorp, Canada