African Photographic Safaris
Escorted by Professional Photographer Paul Renner
African Photo Safaris In 2015
Feast your eyes our upcoming 2015 safaris.
Openings have just become available on our extremely popular February safari to Tanzania and Kenya for the birthing season of the great migration. If you book now you can still join us on this amazing trip. The July 16-August 2 and the August 28 – September 13, 2015 had both been sold out for months but we have had three spaces open up on each of them. Book your trip today if you would like to join us in 2015 on one of these incredible photo safaris.
Botswana is a wildlife photographer’s paradise! We have only two spaces available so I hope you will be able join us on this always spectacular photo safari May 12-24, 2015.
|Tanzania and Kenya – 18 days – Birthing Season with the Great Migration (four spaces available)||Feb 1-18, 2015||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Botswana – Photograph in four of Africa’s most exciting wildlife viewing locations. Enjoy three nights in spectacular lodges at each location. ( Only 2 Spaces Available)||May 12-24, 2015||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Tanzania and Kenya-17-Days – Season for Great Migration Crossings at the Mara River ( 3 Spaces Available )||July 16 – Aug.2, 2015||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Tanzania and Kenya-17-Days – Season for Great Migration Crossings at the Mara River ( 3 Spaces Available )||Aug. 28 – Sept. 13, 2015||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Rwanda Mountain Gorilla Trek (Sold Out)||Sept. 13 – 17, 2015||Itinerary and Pricing|
|South Africa Photo Safari ~ We have space available for one woman willing to share a room with a very nice woman to save the cost of the single supplement. ( One Space Available )||Sept 17-Oct 3, 2015||Itinerary and Pricing|
|Namibia Photo Safari (Sold Out)||October 3-19, 2015||Itinerary and Pricing|
Why wait ? Book your safari now and don’t miss out!
Important information about our safaris:
On our safaris you will stay in first class luxury lodges or permanent tented camps. In Kenya and Tanzania we have a maximum of only three passengers per nine passenger 4×4 Land Cruiser safari vehicle. This allows plenty of space for you and your equipment during game drives and also the advantage of being able to watch and/or photograph the animals until you are satisfied.