Wild4 African Photographic Safaris

Wild4 African Photo Safaris

Specialist small group photo safaris to South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana and Namibia

VIDEO trip report - Etosha & Secrets of the Kalahari - Jul / Aug 2017 - South Africa

Posted by Wild4 Photo Safaris on 15th Aug 2017

VIDEO trip report - Etosha & Secrets of the Kalahari - Jul / Aug 2017 - South Africa

A few video highlights from the second trip to Etosha National Park in Namibia and Tswalu Kalahari Reserve in South Africa.

VIDEO by Stu Porter of WILD4 African Photographic Safaris

All VIDEO footage was taken on a 12 day photo tour to Etosha National Park in Namibia and Tswalu Kalahari Reserve in South Africa. This unique photo safari was led by Stu Porter.

VIDEO by Stu Porter

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Testimonials Stu, Thank you for another wonderful safari.  We were blown away by the sightings that we had.  From the Lion kill to the tiny Lion Cubs, it was one great experience after another.  The bird opportunities were also outstanding.  I’m still sorting though the 1000’s of images that we brought home.  Also, thank you Justyna for setting up our 2 week private Kruger safari with Stefan.  We spent over a month in Africa shooting every day except for a couple of travel days.  It was our trip of a lifetime.  The accommodations, food, and itinerary were as good as it gets.  We can’t wait to do another one!. Dick and Mary Wild Side Photographic Art

Dick Collins, USA

Testimonials On arrival we were treated as part of the family by Stu Porter, his wife Justyna, and parents John and Ann. The conditions for finding and photographing everything from small birds to large game was perfect – a 500mm lens on hire from Stu, a specially equipped vehicle, which was referred to as a hide on wheels ( with only 3 photographers) , a dedicated and professional approach to photography and plenty of time. We would set off at sunrise, find a group of lions as they were beginning to yawn and stir from sleep, or a pair of saddle-billed storks building a nest, and quietly move our cameras into position. The initial sighting was accompanied by the rapid firing of shutters, but then we would wait as long as necessary in the hope of getting further shots. Stu was very sensitive to our needs and would only make suggestions about the best camera settings if he thought we needed his advice. His awareness of how animals behave was very useful in planning our shots. Stu’s knowledge of African Wildlife and skill as a wildlife photographer is second to none, and I have learned a lot from his expertise. I am delighted with my photos !! This was the trip of a lifetime, good accommodation, delicious food and great company. It was altogether a wonderful, challenging and thrilling experience and, if you are looking for a photo safari in Africa, I too recommend you contact Stu Porter at Wild4.

David Austwick, UK