Since returning home from our photo trip on the Chobe river last October we’ve had our heads down putting together and finalising details for the thrilling 10 night African photo safari we’ll be leading in 2016. We’re going to be combining two brilliant centres – returning to photograph on the Chobe river in Botswana and then on to Zimanga private reserve in South Africa’s game rich Zululand region.
Zimanga’s the first wild game reserve in Africa that’s been set up specifically with wildlife photographers in mind and its state of the art hides, designed by award-wining Hungarian photographer Bence Mate, have only just come on stream.
Both destinations offer some of the best photographic opportunities currently available for getting close to the continent’s iconic wildlife together with the unique chance to shoot from specially-adapted boats and these low level hides. This truly is a trip designed by wildlife photographers for wildlife photographers; offering some of the best photographic angles possible across two of the top photographic safari destinations in southern Africa.
Having pretty much filled the places for the first date we’re offering within 24 hours of putting the details out (only two spaces remain for the September 7 to 17 trip ) we’re today announcing a further date. We’re now going to be leading a further Chobe – Zimanga photo trip next year from June 22 to July 2.
If you’d like to join us photographing in Africa in 2016 you can find out more about this photo safari with a difference on our website. There’s lots more information here about the wonderful places and wildlife we’ll be shooting and what the trip entails…
Perhaps we’ll see you there?