We have three different scenic tours available perfect for Photo Safaris, as an add-on to your hunting safari or as a breakaway for non-hunting guests during a safari. Additional sight-seeing packages can also be arranged and added on request. *Accommodation is subject to availability, if the mentioned accommodation is not available at time of booking we will endeavor to supply comparable facilities. Contact Graham Sales Safaris to find out more.
Ladies Breakaway Tour
Mohololoholo Wildlife Tour
Kruger National Park / Tour
Duration: 3 nights / 4 days
Day 1: After breakfast at your hunting camp we travel to Polokwane City – morning of shopping at Savannah Mall and/ or Gemco Curio shop. Visit Bakone Malapa a BaSotho cultural village.Travel to Tzaneen via the picturesque little town of Heanertsburg , visit the “Long Tom” memorial where we reflect on South Africa’s war of independence. Time to relax and enjoy the Agatha spa before dinner at one of the finest restaurants in the Limpopo province. Overnight in the mountains near Tzaneen. Accommodation: Coach House Hotel & Spa (lunch & dinner).
Day 2: A morning of pampering yourself massages, facial, waxes, manicures, pedicures, wraps and treatments or do some shopping at the hotels curio shop and nougat factory. Travel to Debengeni Waterfalls and then to the Pekoe View Tea Garden for lunch. After lunch drive to Moholoholo rehabilitation center.
Accommodation: Moholoholo Forest Camp (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Day 3: After a relaxing breakfast visit the rehabilitation center where one can see and learn about, black rhino, cheetah, lion, leopard, wild dog, serval (to name but a few) and most of our predatory bird species up close and personal – this is a true haven for the rehabilitation and care for the abandoned, injured and poisoned wildlife.
After lunch: boat cruise on the Blyde River Canyon lake.
Accomodation: Moholoholo forest camp (breakfast, lunch,dinner)
Day 4: After breakfast visit the Panorama route,God’s Window, Blyde River Canyon (Three Rondawels), Bourke’s Luck Potholes. Lunch in the tourist town of Sabie after one will head back to GSS Safari Camp
Price: $2150 per person.
Included: Guide, transport, accommodation (twin room), all meals, all soft drinks and entrance fees.
Day tours will be taken to: Blyde River Canyon, Three Rondawels, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, God’s Window, Pilgrims Rest, Sabie, Graskop – each place known for either their beautiful waterfalls, breathtaking views, history or shops!
Also available: Hot air balloon ride, scenic helicopter trips over the Blyde River Canyon, interaction with elephants that includes Elephant back rides and boat cruise on the Blyde River lake.
3 nights $1500 per person (included – all accommodation, meals, laundry, transport during stay)
4 nights $1750 per person The day rate does not include any additional fees, or special trips or flights – please discuss with Graham Sales
(Minimum 2 People)
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a photographic safari?
A photographic safari is a type of wildlife safari that focuses on capturing images of wildlife and nature using a camera. Participants travel to areas with high concentrations of wildlife, such as national parks or private game reserves, and are led by experienced guides who help them to capture the best possible images.
What equipment do I need for a photographic safari?
For a photographic safari, you will need a high-quality camera, a variety of lenses to capture different types of shots, a tripod to stabilize your camera, and a bag to carry your equipment. It is also important to bring spare batteries, memory cards, and a cleaning kit to ensure that your equipment stays in good condition throughout your safari.
Where are the best locations for photographic safaris?
The best locations for photographic safaris are usually in areas with high concentrations of wildlife and natural beauty. Some of the most popular destinations for photographic safaris include national parks and game reserves in Africa, such as the Serengeti in Tanzania, the Masai Mara in Kenya, and Kruger National Park in South Africa. Other popular destinations for photographic safaris include the Amazon rainforest, the Galapagos Islands, and the Arctic.
What types of wildlife can I expect to see on a photographic safari?
The types of wildlife you can expect to see on a photographic safari will depend on the location of your safari. In Africa, you can expect to see large predators such as lions, leopards, and cheetahs, as well as large herbivores such as elephants, giraffes, and zebras. Other destinations may offer opportunities to photograph exotic animals such as jaguars, anacondas, and polar bears.
What are the benefits of a photographic safari?
A photographic safari provides a unique opportunity to capture stunning images of wildlife and nature in their natural habitats. It also allows participants to experience the beauty and wonder of the natural world up close and to learn about different species and their behaviors from experienced guides. Additionally, many photographic safaris are designed with a focus on conservation, allowing participants to support wildlife conservation efforts while enjoying their safari experience.