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.
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
Stu - just wanted to say a huge thank you to both you and Justyna for putting on such a fantastic safari tour for us. It was truly amazing! Your endless patience with me and your generosity of knowledge was very much appreciated. Thanks to your help and guidance I am now much more competent with my camera and may even have a few photos to show you, at a later date, to prove that I did listen to everything you told me! Justyna - the travel arrangements were impeccable. All flights and transfers went smoothly and without a hitch, and the accommodation was amazing - both in the camps and at the lodges. I even managed to squeeze in a swim and a massage (which I highly recommend) at the lodge in Chobe. It was a real treat! Thank you both once again for a fantastic trip and I am sure that we will meet again in the future!
Kim Tattersall, UK