Botswana Photographic Expedition 2018
In June 2018, I will be co-leading a 10-day adventure workshop in Botswana. For this photographic expedition, I’ve teamed up with Muench Workshops.
Combine the unparalleled wildlife photography in Botswana’s Okavango Delta with the raw natural beauty of The Makgadikgadi Saltpans and Kalahari desert, and the result is the ultimate photographic safari adventure
We start in the heart of Botswana, in the Kalahari Desert, on the edge of the remote and mysterious Makgadikgadi Saltpans. Experience the sensation of being alone in an eerie and completely empty nothingness the size of Switzerland, a vast saltpan that stretches as far as your eyes can see. But then on closer exploration and inspection there is so much more: zebra, wildebeest, and if lucky, predators to photograph. And not to mention the stars of the wildlife show here, the adorable meerkats (as seen in my viral meerkat video below), which we will spend plenty of time photographing. During our time in The Makgadikgadi we will have two nights out at two very remote oases: Island of the Lost Baobabs and Kubu Island, where we will capture unique and dramatic landscapes during the golden hours and the milky way and stars behind them at night.
We then fly via private charter plane from our Kalahari desert camp up to our next stop: Sable Alley on the Khwai River, part of the Okavango Delta. We have five days and four nights to photograph in one of Africa’s most wildlife-rich areas. Elephant, giraffe, antelopes, hippos, crocodiles, birds of all kinds will be in our viewfinders. Of course we will also be on the lookout for predators such as lion, leopard, wild dog and cheetah as well! Our camp is cozy and comfortable, and perfectly situated on private land—which means we are not subject to time limits and we can go off-road when we like, in search of the very best wildlife photography. Download the brochure below to find out more…
Price: US $15,995 per person.