Specialist Photographic Safari Tours
Roger and Pat have carefully selected a number of destinations around Southern Africa that they feel offer the best in terms of wildlife and travel photography, either for small groups of photographers or for individuals desiring a custom designed photographic experience.
So, what do you get when you book onto a photographic workshop or photo safari with Roger and Pat?
* You are tapping into some 25 years of professional photographic experience, including 16 at the Natal Parks Board as their official photographer).
* Roger and Pat have traveled extensively in the region and really do know where, when and how to photograph in this spectacular part of Africa.
* You get 40 pages of professionally written workshop notes to help refresh your memory.
* The workshops are a great deal of fun and participants find a real difference in the quality of their images after spending time with the de la Harpes.
* They choose the workshop locations very carefully to ensure that the safari or workshop experience is something that will be remembered for years to come.
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Join us then on one of our amazing photographic safaris in amazing venues. Read more below:
Zululand Photographic Safari
Located in the heart of Zululand is Bonamanzi, a privately owned, 4000ha game reserve. Bordered by a World Heritage site, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, in the east and with Hluhluwe Game Reserve a short drive to the west, it's easy to see why we've selected Bonamanzi for our Zululand Photographic Safaris. It also happens to be widely recognised as one of the best birding destinations in Southern Africa. Read more.....
Kruger Photographic Safari
The world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa. Established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld, this national park of nearly 2 million hectares is unrivalled in its biodiversity. Kruger is home to an impressive number of species: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals. With its abundance of wildlife it is one of the finest places on Earth for photographic safaris. Read more.....
Midlands Photographic Safari
Howick is situated in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands some 20 Km to the north of Pietermaritzburg. The region is well known for its incredible scenery and wonderful climate. Its here that we hold our Beginner/ Intermediate Photographic and Photoshop workshops. Read more.....
Big Cats of Mala Mala Photographic Safari
If you really want superb images of Africa 's big cats - lion, leopard and cheetah, then there can be no finer spot to get these than Mala Mala Private Game Reserve in Mpumalanga, South Africa. The game viewing experience here, especially of Africa 's big cats, is unsurpassed, and this is why Roger and Pat chose MalaMala as a base when they did their book, The Big Cats of MalaMala . While one can certainly not guarantee sightings of these big cats, at MalaMala one stands more chance of getting them than anywhere else that the de la Harpes know. Read more.....
Baine's River Camp, Zambia, Photographic Safari
In the middle of the unspoiled African bush, on the northern banks of the Zambezi River and directly opposite Mana Pools in Zimbabwe , you will discover Baines' River Camp. This is a true safari lodge, named after the famous artist and explorer John Thomas Baines, and offers a very different wildlife experience: While Baines River Camp does have the usual 4X4 game drives, much of the game viewing is done from boats on the Zambezi River and Roger and Pat have done some of their best wild life and scenic photography here. Read more.....
Tuli - Land of Giants - Photographic Safari
The Northern Tuli Game Reserve - home to places like Mashatu, Tuli Lodge and Nitani - is set in the eastern corner of Botswana where it meets with South Africa and Zimbabwe. It is here that Roger and Pat lived when they wrote and photographed their book Tuli Land of Giants. It's a stunning place; as old as time itself, with a history of human inhabitation going back over 50 000 years. There are 7 world record tree species (the highest or largest) and some of the most relaxed elephants that Roger and Pat have worked with. All in all, a wonderful place to be doing photography. Read more.....
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