Frustrated with your imagery, or prefer to return from safari with a camera full of keepers?
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Have you ever wished you could stay a little longer in a sighting as the light was becoming just right, or hoped you could get a different angle on the species as the backdrop would be so much better? This is common in the photographic safari world, and we know about it all too well. While some camps have extremely experienced guides who understand light, composition and the drive of a photographer, they have to ensure the satisfaction of all guests on the vehicle, and sometimes this doesn’t bode well for those with a mind full of fantastic wildlife images they aspire to obtain.
You wouldn’t be alone in your frustrations!
Join up with like-minded individuals on a photo workshop where we set out explicitly to achieve great photographic results — no racing around between species, no coffee break during the best light hours (unless it’s a mobile cup on the safari vehicle) and no positioning with grass and twigs in front of key focal points.
On these safaris, we choose only camps with experienced guides, and a photographic guide to give direction where need be. We’ll also share years of photography and wildlife experience with individuals as their needs dictate.
Back at the camp, we plan for review sessions and some group editing to ensure we’re all getting the most from our fresh imagery.
We all go home winners.
Located just off the northern tip of Chief’s Island, the largest landmass in the Okavango, Mombo is considered the most fertile area in the Delta, with its mix of habitats attracting large herds followed by numbers and varieties of predators.
This recently-rebuilt camp maintains the integrity of its pristine environment through the use of natural materials, minimal human footprint and 100% solar status.
Elevated on wooden decks beneath towering shade trees, Mombo overlooks a floodplain teeming with game. Elegant, expansive guest tents celebrate Mombo traditions while a large deck and plunge pool are ideal vantage points from which to observe the passing wildlife.
Built to evoke the old classic African safari style of the 1920’s, the renowned and totally brand new Duba Plains Camp sits in the heart of the Okavango Delta.
A matrix of palm-dotted islands, flood plains and woodland, the 77,000 acre private reserve typifies the region’s unique landscape. It is a wildlife connoisseur’s getaway with literally thousands of animals in an almost endless pattern across the flood plains.
Guests will be able to enjoy their own private plunge pool and outdoor under cover sala/day rest area.
This is the place where lions and buffalo meet!
Chitabe Lediba is located on the same island as its sister camp, Chitabe. The main area and pool enjoy glorious views over the surrounding floodplains and small lediba (remnant lagoon waterhole), where a variety of game comes to drink during the day. The area, with outstanding wildlife, is explored on guided walks or day and night game drives.
Canvas tented-style rooms are built on raised decks with luxurious and tasteful interiors. The en-suite bathrooms have double vanity basins and indoor and outdoor showers offering spectacular views. There are two family units, one (for older children) with an adjoining front deck and the other (for youngsters) with an adjoining corridor; each family room has its own en-suite facilities.
We are proud to continue our commitment to helping communities and protecting wildlife through our latest visual campaign Wild by bird & knoll x deon de villiers. Along with your support we want to make a difference for five of the world's most vulnerable species.