Dream, Explore, Discover
As we flew toward Savute I was filled with eager anticipation about the wildlife we would encounter. Suddenly I spotted two elephants in a waterhole below us and snapped a quick picture. Elephant sightings are always a great way to begin a safari. Botswana always provides us with a great safari experience and this time would prove to be exceptional.
We had a fabulous time photographing three different prides of lions with small cubs. They were absolutely captivating to watch and great fun to photograph!
Cautious cubs at the edge of the Chobe River.
This mud bath feels so good!
Spoonbills take flight while male Red Lechwe chases off his competitor.
He’s gaining ground!
This one must be a lover and not a fighter. Looks like he is hiding from the tough guys.
One Happy Elephant!
Here Mom, I Can help!
Hey! That is my piece of meat.
The buffalo made a good meal for the whole pride.
Pardon me, is this seat be available?
But Mom, I wasn’t trying to get this dirty.
Under Protective Custody.
African Wild Dogs
We encountered many wild dogs in both Botswana and Zambia.
African Wild Dog
Leopard resting in a large acacia tree
Hippos in the Cabbage Patch
Long Reach to Water
At the river’s edge
Elephant Grass in the Okavango Delta
In the fight, one Cape buffalo bull lifts the other up in the air! They weigh 2000 pounds!
Then punishes him mercilessly while he is down! The one on the ground was lucky that after the beating he was able to get up and run away.
2017 Safari Dates
I am proud and honored to personally lead each of these outstanding luxury photo safaris. I have personally designed our photo safaris to take clients to the best locations for wildlife photography in each country. These are phenomenal trips so I hope you will be able to join me for your trip of a lifetime! If not this year, join me in 2017, because we have some fantastic safaris lined up! These really are the trip of a lifetime!
|Tanzania and Kenya – Birthing Season with the Great Migration||Feb 20-March 7, 2017||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Botswana and Zambia – Photograph in four of Africa’s most exciting wildlife viewing locations.
||May 14-31, 2017||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Tanzania and Kenya – Season for Great Migration Crossings at the Mara River||July 15 – 31, 2017||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Tanzania and Kenya – Season for Great Migration Crossings at the Mara River||Aug. 28 – Sept. 13, 2017||Itinerary and Pricing|
|South Africa Photo Safari||Sept. 12 – 28, 2017||Itinerary and Pricing|
2016 Safari Dates
|Tanzania and Kenya – Birthing Season with the Great Migration||Jan 31-Feb 17, 2016||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Botswana – Photograph in four of Africa’s most exciting wildlife viewing locations.
||May 15-June 1, 2016||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Tanzania – Season for Great Migration Crossings at the Mara River||July 10 – 26, 2016||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Tanzania and Kenya – Season for Great Migration Crossings at the Mara River||Aug. 28 – Sept. 13, 2016||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Trek||Sept. 13 – 17, 2016||Itinerary and Pricing|
|South Africa Photo Safari||Sept 16-Oct 2, 2016||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Namibia Photo Safari||Sept 30-Oct. 19, 2016||Itinerary and Pricing
To reserve your space on our photo safaris, please call Paul Renner at (949) 295-3136, or email him at: email@example.com or ask for Prem Sharma or Gaby Gurrola at Best Safaris (800) 757-6625. The above itinerary dates may be subject to change due to accommodation availability at the time of booking.
Cool Morning Drink
Ouch! Your little claws are sharp!
How is this for handsome?
I wonder why they call me a Snake Bird or an African Darter?
Oh, I love this muddy feeling!
Baboon eating water lilies in the Chobe River. Check out his stuffed cheek!
Keeping an eye out for dangerous crocodiles.
Oh, that looks like a really big one now!
Xaxanaka Lodge in the Okavango Delta
African Jacana or Lillie Trotter
Wattled Crane in Flight
Five Foot Tall Wattled Crane
White Crowned Plover or Lapwing
Portion of Victoria Falls
Entrance to Mfuwe Lodge in Zambia
This is the lodge in Zambia that elephants walk up the stairs and past this reception desk to eat the wild mango fruit from the tree in the background. It is a beautiful lodge with tremendous numbers and varieties of wildlife in the areas surrounding it.
Male Puku Kob
Each of our safaris has been a tremendous photographic experience! I can hardly wait to return to Tanzania next week. Why don’t you join us on one of our safaris for the enriching experience of capturing your own photographs with me on safari in the wilds of Africa!
Our safaris make a wonderful graduation gift that will be remembered and cherished for a lifetime!
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I hope that you will be able to join us on one of our safaris in the not so distant future. It will be your trip of a lifetime!
Enjoy each day.