Photo Safari to Botswana – Between Desert and Delta

Photo Safari to Botswana – Between Desert and Delta

With this photo safari, you will get to know the most interesting areas of Botswana, and thanks to short flight transfers, you will have optimal time for observation and photography.

You will start with the largest and most remote reserve in southern Africa, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. In its seemingly endless sights, golden grasses stretch to the horizon, interrupted by groves of trees, flat river valleys, and white pans. After good summer rains, it teems with springboks, impalas, wildebeests, kudus, eland antelopes, giraffes, and lions.

Next, you will explore the largest inland delta, the Okavango Delta, and its adjacent areas in the Kalahari Basin. You will be traveling by vehicle and boat.

Then, you will visit two of the most wildlife-rich private game reserves in northern Botswana, Kwara and Kwando. Intense animal observations will show you lechwe, reedbuck, tsessebe, roan antelope, lions, leopards, and an immense variety of terrestrial and aquatic birds.

Your professional safari photo guide will start with a brief introduction, provide inspiration, tips, and advice on technique and image composition. The focus is not on the equipment, but on making the best use of individual equipment, finding optimal locations and lighting conditions, and of course, enjoying animal observations.

Details of the Photo Safari to Botswana - Desert and Delta

Your tour guide will show you his favorite photo spots. Depending on the local conditions, the days may start quite early. You will be on the boat, on foot, or in a vehicle for the explorations. Some of the eventful days end with evening excursions. As with all photo tours, we work with experienced local partners.

General Information on our Photos Tours

During our photo safaris, you will be travelling with like-minded people.

We keep the number of participants on these safaris low and get you to the desired locations on time so that you can capture them in ideal lighting conditions.

General Information on our Photo Tours