There are several luxury safari lodges in South Africa that cater extremely well to wildlife photographers. Here, we focus on a few magnificent game viewing and photography hides in South Africa that are well positioned and equipped, and allow for comfortable and unobtrusive viewing of animals in their habitat. These are the places that serious wildlife photographers … Continue reading “Hide and Seek: Fabulous Game Viewing Hides at Luxury Safari Lodges in South Africa”
“Not even Tanzania’s famed Serengeti Game Reserve or the awesome Ngorongoro Crater fills your camera viewfinder faster with Africa’s legendary Big Five – at MalaMala, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhinoceros and elephant appear magically.” This was the thrilling experience of acclaimed wildlife photojournalist Geoff Dalglish, reported in a Sunday Times review, and appearing on MalaMala’s homepage.
Aspirations of wildlife photography often go hand in hand with the joy and excitement of animal sightings on safari. “If only I could capture this as a take-home …”, is a sentiment that has visited itself upon most of us on safari. At Jaci’s Lodges in Madikwe Game Reserve, guests now have the option of daily … Continue reading “Be a Wildlife Photographer: Snap Up Wildlife Photography Skills at Jaci’s Lodges”
Fancy a spell in the bush with a topnotch birder, binocs in one hand and camera in the other? What better place to go on a specialist birding safari than Cheetah Plains, a pristine piece of wilderness in the Sabi Sand which can rightfully brag about its more than 400 bird species.
There will be a Dance of Light Photographic Workshop in the spectacular De Hoop Nature Reserve from 26-30 September 2011. For only R6900 per participant you can enjoy 4 nights of upmarket accommodation, meals, teas & coffees, as well as informed lectures by the talented Nicole and Eric Palmer. (Your entrance fee is covered too.)