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Etosha National Park Wildlife
Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park Wildlife

Etosha National Park Wildlife is more varied and exciting than any other game reserve in southern Africa. Dry winters and multiple watering holes combine to encourage a wealth of different species to cohabit in a natural environment. Although you will only find 4 of the Big 5 in Etosha National

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best time to visit etosha national park
Etosha National Park

Best time to visit Etosha National Park

The best time to visit Etosha National Park in Namibia is during the winter months, from May to October. This is known as the dry season when it is highly unlikely that you’ll see any rain and can bask in glorious temperatures.It is this heat that dries up the salt

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Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park in Namibia

Etosha National Park in Namibia is more than an amazing wildlife sanctuary or a spectacular game reserve; it is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Found in north-western Namibia, Etosha covers a huge expanse of land, around 22,270km² of which almost 5000km² is salt pan. That is a hole in

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7 reasons for a Photo Safari to Africa
Safari Tips

7 Reasons for a Photo Safari to Africa

Booking a Photo Safari to Africa is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for most people, the stuff of dreams. With the opportunity of seeing so many wondrous and breathtaking sights, you can expect to get hundreds of holiday snaps to show off to the folks back home. If you want more from

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wildlife and nature photography
Photography-Tips

Expert Tips on Wildlife and Nature photography in Africa

For the novice and experienced photographers, there can be no experience more exciting and exhilarating than wildlife and nature photography on an African safari. Photographic safaris are the perfect way to ensure you finish your vacation with the highest-quality, most impressive, and memorable images. The best tour guides will have

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Golden Rules for African Wildlife Photography
Safari Tips

Golden Rules for African wildlife photography

On an African Wildlife Photography safari it is not the time to test that old saying “rules are made to be broken”.   The consequences might be dire, after all, no-one wants the impending doom of an irate rhinoceros charging in their direction, do they? By following a few simple guidelines,

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Our Best Photo Tips for African Safari

Let us take you to where the lions, elephants, giraffe and other animals all roam free. Where the sunset and sunrise are a daily photo opportunity.  Lets, photograph the night sky,  the milky way is to die for. 

African Photography Safaris have become more affordable for the hobbyist and amateur photographers in the last few years.   Today’s photo buffs who tour Africa can show their friends what they photographed through their passion and creativity for African cultures, its diverse wildlife and spacious landscapes.  However, as a photo buff or even professional photographers we are always looking for new tips and tricks for African safari.  With there being so much to photography in Africa, learning new techniques or brushing up on the old ones, before heading out on the safari will help insure we capture the best of the best when we need to. 
Do you know what to take with you, cloths to pack, which camera gear is the best, or are you inquisitive what we carry while on the safari?  
We strive here at African Photo Safari to bring you the latest tips and tricks insuring that your experience with us will be awesome.  For some, a trip to Africa is a once in a lifetime opportunity. We want you to capture the best photos possible while you’re with us.  To ensure that you have the correct camera gear, clothing and information before your journey, spend a few minutes reading through our blogs. If you have any questions drop us a message we love talking about our experiences and have a passion for helping others.

The only man I envy is the man that has not yet been to Africa. For he has so much to look forward to.

Richard Mullen
photo tips for African safari

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