Why this Safari?
After the success of our 2016 Serengeti safaris, we have again teamed up with Yellow Zebra Safaris to bring you a series of incredible photographic trips to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park in 2017. We have carefully developed these safaris to be ideally suited for photographers. This means combining exceptional value with added features that are essential for photographers, such as completely private open-sided vehicles, the best guides in the region, enhanced baggage allowances on internal flights and camps in prime locations.
Our trips can be booked as individuals or you can travel with a group of friends to take advantage of even better rates.
Please note that our trips are not led by myself or another professional wildlife photographer. If you would like to be accompanied by a professional photographer then this can be arranged. Please contact us for more information.
Please also note that we only have one designated WildlifePhoto.com private vehicle per camp so these safaris have limited availability. Please make your reservation as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
With these safaris, you get the following benefits:
- A trip that has been developed by Will Burrard-Lucas to be perfect for photographers.
- A great value safari, with savings of over 50%
- The best wildlife viewing locations for the time of year, resulting in great photography opportunities
- Top safari accommodation, located in quieter areas of the park
- An experienced, knowledgeable and flexible private guide
- A private vehicle for you or your group, with no more than four people per vehicle
- Open-sided 4x4 game viewing vehicles
- 30kg of luggage per person on all internal flights
- Full ATOL protection through our partners, Yellow Zebra Safaris
- A trip that is quick and easy to book
- Flexible dates and locations
- A great trip for independent photographers, without the constraints of being on a group led photographic tour.
Why the Serengeti?
The Serengeti is a land of immense plains and abundant wildlife, where a never-ending drama plays out as predators and prey battle for survival. For me, this is the wild Africa that I always imagined. To witness the great migration, the largest migration of land animals on the planet, is awe-inspiring. The predators are as abundant here as anywhere I have been. It is the ideal destination for an African photographic safari…
Photograph the Serengeti's Big Cats
The Serengeti is famed for its populations of lions, leopards and cheetahs.
Follow the Great Migration
We have chosen camps and dates to maximise your chances of encountering the wildebeest herds.
A Photographer's Paradise
The Serengeti provides unrivalled opportunities to photograph Africa’s spectacular wildlife.
An Eight-night Itinerary to Photograph Big Cats and the Great Migration
Our Serengeti photographic safaris are available between 25th October and 20th December 2017 and are based around Asilia lodges. These are amongst the top-rated Serengeti lodges on TripAdvisor.
From the 25th October to the 15th November 2017, the itinerary focuses on the north of the Serengeti for the chance to photograph the Great Migration’s river crossings.
From the 15th November to the 20th December the safari focuses on the plains of the Southern Serengeti, to witness the immense predator concentrations.
These itineraries can be tailored to suit your needs. For example, you can easily extend your time in the Serengeti or add on other locations in region. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
Price: from $5,430 per person all inclusive
Early Bird Price: from $4,930 per person until 28th February 2017
The safari arranged for me was excellent and at an incredible price. Rarely in my travels worldwide have I had the pleasure of dealing with such well run facilities staffed with such incredibly warm and competent people. My driver/guides were expert at both skills and tended to my special needs as a professional photographer.C. Austin
The scenery was awesome, it looked like a well-maintained green English lawn with beautiful kopjes, a few trees and lions walking around. Having a private car makes a difference as I could stay as long as I wanted when something interesting came along. One day I had lunch at 3pm as there was a cheetah looking for food. My patience was rewarded as I saw her catch an impala.G. De Nul