No safari is complete without stunning photographs right? But ever wondered why your own wildlife snaps don’t come out quite how you’d imagined?
Well, to ensure you come home from your awe-inspiring safari experience with photographs to make the folk back home rather jealous, the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve has introduced photographic instruction on safari.
The reserve’s position in the 65000 hectare Sabi Sand Wildtuin – in the South-Western section of the greater Kruger National Park – is a prime environment for capturing superb photographs.
Open vehicle safaris offer you the chance for close encounters with a breathtaking array of wildlife; and now the renowned duo of Albert Froneman and Chris van Rooyen (both finalists in the BBC’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition) are on hand to give theoretical and practical advice to capture the perfect shot.
And for a place to rest your head? You’ll be in total luxury in the Sabi Sabi’s 5-star lodges. Think colonial-chic, antique furnishings and lantern-lit luxury. What more could you want?
Available Year Round
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Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, Kruger National Park