Safari photography is a unique and exhilarating experience. Capturing images of wild animals in their natural habitat is an opportunity that many photographers dream of. However, it’s important to remember that as photographers, we all have a responsibility to act ethically and respect the wildlife we’re photographing. Here are some tips on how to be …
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Guest Lisa Antell travelled to Namiri Plains yearning for the rolling plains. After 20 years being closed to the public, the Namiri Plains area is a must of anyone searching for big cats and Lisa has some epic pictures to prove it.
Driving along a bumpy road, scanning from left to right, hoping to spot a big cat in the sea of grass can be tiring work. After an hour or two, you start to feel hopeless and wonder if it was worth getting up before the sunrise. I typically have to do a lot of persuading, …
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Guest Yann Diesinger recently undertook our 7-day Northern Sabi Sand and Timbavati safari package. Inclined to photography he shares with us his adventure and how got spoiled with some amazing big cat sightings on his first South African journey
The Ndutu calving area in the southern stretches of the Serengeti (Tanzania) is renowned for being one of the great natural wonders of Africa. It is a growth point for the great wildebeest migration spanning a majestic landscape that transcends the test of time. This region is the genesis of a unique wildlife phenomenon, an annual celebration of life and a great safari destination for photographers!
Adventurer and wildlife photographer Alberto Camardiel recently trusted us with his very first safari experience. We knew we would love his photography but they way he spoke about our beloved Africa, well we couldn’t have said it better
Guest Shannon Neumann recently travelled to Botswana’s Okavango Delta and the Kalahari desert. She was in search of contrasting landscape and wildlife and returned with beautiful images and lots of adventures to tell. Read more about her adventure and love affair with the meerkats and her useful traveller tips here.
Safari specialist Astrida Sadde has decided to embark on an adventure to South Africa for the last couple of weeks. What no one saw coming was that Astrida you become a very passionate amateur… birder! This week we share with you a selection of some of Astrida’s favorite snaps of our winged friends.
My wife, Susan (Susi), Niece, Christine, and I are not first-timers when it comes to going on safari in South Africa’s Kruger National Park (“KNP”) and adjacent Sabi Sands private game reserves.