Botswana Photo Safari. Highlights July 2018
Botswana is the home to a wealth of varied and wonderful wildlife. The photographic opportunities are endless and it’s fair to say it is truly one of the best places in Africa to undertake such an adventure. Lions, wild dogs, leopards and elephants galore, plus a myriad of other wildlife species, which all makes for a superb location for a photo safari.
To give you a taste of this wonderful country we have put together a short 5-minute video clip that features just some, (but not all!) of the wonderful wildlife sightings we had with our last Botswana photo safari in July 2018. Sit back, turn on the sound and enjoy the wildlife wonders that this beautiful country provides.
Not only does the country offer some of the best wildlife viewing but a Botswana photo safari provides access to unparalleled wilderness, beautifully located private camps in the heart of the African bush, superb light opportunities and a warm welcome from the people of Botswana. Just some of the many reasons why we continue to welcome many guests to this wonderful country.
If this safari whets your appetite for a safari in Botswana then we have three scheduled Botswana photo safari departures in 2019, check HERE for more details and please do contact us if you wish to receive a full brochure. We have a wealth of experience guiding safaris in Botswana and we visit the best areas to maximise the wildlife sightings and have fine tuned the perfect itinerary that ensures plenty of time in each area. With an intimate knowledge of each of these areas. Working with a local company with excellent guides, spacious vehicles and modified with wooden mounts for each row for guests to rest their camera bean bags. Of course we don’t just welcome photographers but also those guests who are keen wildlife enthusiasts and keen to enjoy a specious game viewing experience.
Stay tuned for new destinations being added to our Botswana portfolio for 2020!
We hope you enjoy our short video and please feel free to share
Andy & Sarah Skinner