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.
This was my third photographic trip to Africa, and I have to say the best! Stu has great knowledge & passion for wildlife and photography that he is willing to share: I certainly learnt a lot. The setup for photography in the vehicles is extremely well thought out. There was an amazing variety of great photographic opportunities and I really enjoyed time spent with the animals, but the unexpected bonus for me was the day spent at the reptile centre (part of the extension). I am very pleased with the results! After coming away with the renewed enthusiasm for photography, I am planning to do another trip with them soon."
Helen Clarke, AUSTRALIA
The wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm Stu shared was priceless, from identifying birds and pointing out animal behaviors, to stories about Kruger Park past, and of course, answering photography questions day in and day out. You were so patient! I really appreciated the custom photo safari vehicle and thoughtful design and extra space it afforded, and the advantage and flexibility of traveling with such a small number of people. I learnt so much, and I look forward to sorting through the images and enjoying remembering all the things we did during our busy photo safari.
Helen Cruickshank, Australia