Photographic Safaris

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ll of Zambia’s safaris and game lodges offer superb photographic opportunities, either from a walking safari or an open vehicle. Good low-lighting conditions and rich colours abound on early morning and late evening game drives or walks.

If photography is your thing, some of the operators specialise in catering to the photographer. Some photographic safaris provide bean bags and dust covers for your camera bags. Parks such as South Luangwa National Park have great photographic hides where you can sit comfortably and wait as long as it takes for that perfect shot.

Tips:a good zoom lens, 200mm or longer will prove very useful on safari. Be sure to carry your equipment in a well-padded heat and dust-proof case.

Photographic Safari Operators

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David Rogers Photographic Safaris

David Rogers has been running photographic workshops in Zambia since 2005. He operates them in the Emerald Season in South Luangwa National Park with Robin Pope Safaris as well as to other destinations including Liuwa Plains, Lower Zambezi and Kasanka. David also arranges and leads specialist photographic safaris.

Edward Selfe Photography

Edward Selfe Photography. Edward is a specialist photographic guide, operating in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. Over 4 years of guiding, he’s built up a detailed knowledge of the area’s …

Mama Tembo Tours

Mama Tembo Tours Inc grew out of 35 years of independent travel and 25 years of expatriate life, including 13 years in Africa, in Zambia, Tanzania, Republic of Congo, Gabon and Benin. Originating in Canada, MTT has found an African base in Lusaka as Mama Tembo Tours Zambia LTD.

Mambulu! Safaris

Mambulu! Safaris With A Difference is an owner managed company based in the Netherlands specialized in individual tailor made safaris in east and southern Africa. We design: Nature and culture safaris, Photographic safaris, Motivational safaris.

Norman Carr Safaris

Norman Carr established Luangwa’s first safari camp in 1950. Back in the days when an African safari was a hunting experience, Norman developed the pioneering idea of taking people to look at animals and photograph them rather than to shoot them.

Remote Africa Safaris

Remote Africa Safaris operates camps in South and North Luangwa National Parks. Tafika Camp and the intimate walking operation: Chikoko Trails, which comprises Chikoko Tree Camp and Crocodile River Camp are in the South Park. The secluded and magical Mwaleshi Camp in the North Park hugs a scenic bend on the Mwaleshi River.

Robin Pope Safaris

Based in the South Luangwa National Park, Robin Pope Safaris was founded in 1986. Robin Pope Safaris’ unmatched knowledge of the area allows them to create the perfect safari, specifically for you. The unspoilt South Luangwa National Park is home to an astounding collection of wildlife; including over 400 species of birds, elephant, buffalo, hippo, lion, leopard and much, much more.

Track and Trail Photographic Workshops

Whether you are a professional photographer or have just bought yourself a camera, Track and Trail Photographic workshops provide you with a unique experience to improve your photographic skills under the guidance of a professional wildlife guide and photographer.