Scheduled Safaris 2013

Chobe Photographic Safari – September 2013

– Opportunity to focus intensively on all aspects of wildlife photography.
– Custom built photo vehicles, the photographic boat and the Pangolin Unimog.
– High quality wildlife viewing, especially for elephants and hippo.
– Limited to 8 participants.

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Botswana Photo Safari – October 2013

– Visit Botswana’s prime wildlife areas, including the well-known Mombo Camp.
– 4 nights at DumaTau Camp and 4 nights at Mombo Camp.
– A safari that will suit everyone’s photographic needs.
– Limited to 13 participants.

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Botswana Photo Safari – February 2013

– Botswana’s Okavango Delta at two distinct camps.
– 4 days each at Tubu Tree Camp and the renowned Duba Plains Camp.
– The locations selected will maximize opportunities for witnessing unique interactions during Botswana’s summer.
– Limited to 10 participants – small group size.

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Chobe Photographic Safari – May 2013

– Opportunity to focus intensively on all aspects of wildlife photography.
– Custom built photo vehicles, the photographic boat and the Pangolin Unimog.
– High quality wildlife viewing, especially for elephants and hippo.
– Limited to 8 participants.

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Masai Mara Great Migration Photo Safari – Jul/Aug 2013

– Witness the Great Migration and its incredible drama as the big herds cross rivers and plains.
– 4 days in the Olare Orok private conservancy and 4 days in the Masai Mara Reserve.
– Limited to 7 participants – very exclusive.

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Malamala/Mashatu Photographic Safari – August 2013

– High quality leopard and lion viewing, along with all of Africa’s Big Five.
– Comfortable, high-quality accommodations at both camps.
– Exceptional game viewing as well as photographic opportunities in both locations.
– Limited to 7 participants.

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Okavango Delta Botswana – November 2013

– Exclusive and private use of both safari camps.
– Knowledgeable and passionate safari guides.
– Superb game viewing and photographic opportunities.
– Limited to 14 participants.

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