The great thing about Africa, apart from all that wildlife, is the variety of landscape, habitat and environment. Every location has a unique character and feel, along with its own fauna and flora. The highest density of wildlife is to be found in National Parks or Private Game Reserves, which is why we concentrate on these hotspots for photo safaris.
A vast tract of bushveld the size of Wales, the Kruger is Africa's most diverse National Park and South Africa's premier game reserve. Here you will find the true meaning of 'safari', a journey of discovery, where the Big Five are there to be found around every corner. With it's unsurpassed fauna and flora, the Kruger is a wildlife photographer's entire bucket list in one go.
The KTP is a magnificent, wildlife-rich National Park within the Kalahari Desert, the world's largest sand dune system. It's unique combination of big skies, red dunes and elemental weather creates a photographer's paradise, habituated by well-adapted desert species, such as Springbok, Oryx and the famous black-maned Kalahari lions. Animals....with atmosphere!
Tanzania boasts two of Africa's most famous and iconic National Parks, the Serengeti and Ngorogoro.
Here we find the classic African landscape, the grassland savannah, where migratory herds meet the resident big cats head-on. For photographers looking to capture nature in the raw, predator versus prey, Tanzania is an ultimate destination.