Sabi Sands Photographic Safari • South Africa June 2022 By Raw Photographic Tours And Workshops


£2750 GBP

Group Size

4-6 Persons

Sabi Sands Game Reserve, adjacent to South Africa’s flagship Kruger National Park, offers a safari experience found nowhere else in the world and is considered by many to be the premier wildlife reserve in South Africa. Particularly well known for its amazing leopard sightings, this most elusive member of the Big 5 is frequently spotted when out on drive. Besides the Big 5, other game species occur in great numbers including over 300 bird species. You can be certain to return home with some absolutely stunning photographs and memories making Sabi Sands possibly the best South African safari destination for wildlife enthusiasts, photographers and bird watchers alike.

Enjoy twice daily game drives alongside your photographic host who will ensure that you get the best out of every photographic opportunity so that you can return home with a new portfolio of fantastic images. In between game drives they will be available to help with one-on-one photographic tuition; whether it is camera based, editing or discussing the ethics and artistry of photography.

For the duration of this trip we will enjoy complete exclusivity of both a game vehicle and entire bush camp meaning our needs will be fully catered to every step of the way. Spend free time relaxing by the pool or on your private decking and end the day by sharing stories around the roaring fire whilst enjoying a delicious dinner.

Price: £2750 GBP per person sharing or £3000 GBP single supplement.

Additional departure dates may be added in future.


10 June 2022


6 Nights

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