Saturday 4th to Monday 13th February 2017
This 10-day photographic safari in Tanzania gives you the opportunity to photograph a large variety of Africa’s most iconic wildlife and to witness the vast migration herds in the region for the calving season. It is open to photographers of all abilities.
The northern part of Tanzania is home to some of Africa’s most famous reserves, two of which we visit on this safari. The timing of this adventure should enable participants to witness the amazing spectacle of the Great Migration herds of wildebeest and zebra grazing on the fertile plains of the Ndutu Reserve where we head to first. At this time of year the wildebeest should be calving and the large predator populations will also be active to make the most of the passage of these herds through their territories. We then move into the southern part of the Serengeti renowned for its open landscapes and abundance and variety of wildlife. Finally we visit Ngorongoro Crater and descend into the floor of this massive caldera to drive around one of the most game-rich reserves in the world.
Book soon – group size is limited to 6 people. There will also be a maximum of 3 participants per safari vehicle, ensuring that you will have a row to yourself with freedom to photograph through either side-window or the roof-hatch.
Non-photographer travelling companions welcome but they will have to be committed to some early starts and put up with some talk of f-stops and so on!