Luxury Botswana photographic Safari with Jonathan Scott
Group Trip Highlights
Join distinguished photographer and naturalist Jonathan Scott of BBC's Big Cat diaries
Stay at the beautiful Duba Plains Camp in the Duba Reserve in the Okavango Delta, home to extraordinary lion versus buffalo interaction
Continue to the 2013 Safari awards winning camp Zarafa located in the Selinda Reserve
A safari photographers dream - hippo-hunting lions, vast buffalo herds, leopard sightings and wild dogs
Group Trip Cost
£8,295 per person based on twin share excluding international flights.
Group Trip Dates
16 - 24 November 2013
Group Trip Size
Limited to 8 people only.
Group Trip Overview
In partnership with BBC Wildlife Magazine Steppes Travel is offering 8 wildlife enthusiasts the chance to spend 5 days in the Okavango Delta and 4 days in the Selinda Reserve with award winning travel photographer Jonathan Scott.
Stay at the beautiful Duba Plains in the Okavango Delta and Zarafa in the Selinda Reserves for a safari experience that will not only deliver exceptional wildlife experiences but promises luxury accommodation of the highest standard, located in Africa’s most iconic and game rich reserves. November is not high season in the Delta but is considered prime time for photography with dramatic light thanks to the build-up of thunder clouds and the perfect time to view lion in hunting in the Duba Plains region.
Jonathan will be with the group at all times when on safari, imparting his impressive knowledge on animal behaviour and of course helping hone your photography skills to obtain memorable photographs of Botswana’s legendary big game, including the chance to see the impressive hippo-hunting lions.
Whether a keen wildlife photographer or just somebody that wants an unbeatable wildlife holiday in the warm company of an African expert, this trip is for you.
Photographic Skills you'll learn and develop
How to get the most from your camera and lenses
Golden rules of composition and visualising the shot
Field craft - understanding animal behaviour and using this to give your photography an edge
The art of capturing light and mood
For more details of this tour to Botswana or any holidays to Botswana please contact our Botswana experts on 01285 650 011.
Tailor made option available – contact us for more details