African Photographic Safaris - Tanzania
Tanzania and Kenya are fantastic destinations to witness one of natures most amazing spectacles, the annual Great Migration of over a million animals. The Serengeti with its vast open spaces dotted with picture-perfect Kopjes or Granite outcrops of weathered rock is in the heart of the migration route and definitely a top photo hotspot. One of our most popular destinations and a true hidden gem is the wonderful area of Ndutu in the Ngorongoro Conservation area. In Feb/March, Ndutu is where the mega herds give birth to the next generation and the big cats are here to take advantage of this. September and the dry season in this wonderland of Ndutu, offers a totally different experience for the more adventurous photographer. Join us on one of our Tanzania Photo Safaris.
I have enjoyed photographic safaris in Kenya, Tanzania, and South Africa but I cannot express how GREAT the “BEST of BOTSWANA” trip was. The different areas on the delta all had amazing animals and diversity of climate from Moremi to the river environment of Khwai and then to the sand and dryness of Savuti. But the the time spent on the Chobe River was the best experience I have ever spent in Africa. Stu, Justyna you are the best! Thanks also to Letaka, Pangolin and our great guides. I would highly recommend this safari to everyone. It's a buffet of Africa you will never forget.
Denny Donohue, USA
If anyone is contemplating a photo trip to Africa, then we would have absolutely no hesitation in recomending Stu Porter and Wild4 Photographic Safaris. It doesn't really matter what your level of skill is you will get as much or as little help and advice as you wish to receive. Nothing is thrust down your throat and Stu doesn't spend all his time taking his own photographs as some do. Stu has taken a huge amount of time and trouble in customising and setting up his safari vehicle and the effort he's put in makes the whole experience so much more enjoyable. Tethered bean bags are provided and secure plate mounts on the side of the vehicle will also take your tripod head ensuring a rock steady platform and Stu most certainly knows where the animals are. Particularly enjoyable was the time we spent at the Big Cat Reserve (part of the 4 night extension) which is an unbelieveable photographic experience. Many thanks WILD4 !
Rob & Sue Brookes, UK