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Are you interested in going on safari, but not sure where to start? Let me help you plan your ideal African safari. I offer a unique tailor-made safari holiday experience for those looking to make their trip extra special.


And here is the best part; This is not only for photographers! 

If you are not a photographer, but want to be able to return home with beautiful photographs of your trip, hire me.  I will do all the planning, and then I will join you on safari to photograph the wildlife seen during your trip. Also, I offer a service to photograph the group as well! You can return home with professional photographs of your family and of the wildlife seen. Sounds great right?


I will be with you every step of the way, from planning your holiday, greeting you at the airport, to taking professional photographs of the wildlife seen each day on safari. 

Here is what I offer my clients:

- Over the phone itinerary planning -

- Custom itinerary based on your group's needs -

- 4-5 star accommodation in tented camps or safari lodges -

- All-inclusive safari packages -

- Professional photographs of the wildlife seen during your safari -

(all edited and sent to you within 10 days of your return home)

- Optional photographs of the group taken throughout the safari -

So, Lets Start Planning!

We will start with figuring out what destination is right for you! Take a look through the highlights of each location, then fill out the form to start planning!

Wildebeest Great Migration


July, August & September


Maasai Mara National Reserve


- Great Migration of Wildebeests​

- Large Population of Lions

- Chance to see Africa's Big 5

Amboseli National Park


- Large Tusker Elephants

- Great Birding Destination

- Spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro

Kenya is a great location for all first time safari goers


To get the best out of a Kenyan safari, combine these two locations for a 10-day safari. 

Amboseli National Park is known as 'The Land of Elephants' with thousands of these giants roaming the area. The famous Super Tusker Craig resides in the area, one of the only 25 Super Tuskers left on Earth.

The Maasai Mara National Reserve is perfect for general African wildlife, offering the best of what the African continent has to offer. Photograph the Big 5 out on safari, along with many other species that call this area home. During the months of July - September, the 1.5 million Wildebeests that make up the Great Migration have returned to the Mara, making for one of the most incredible wildlife sightings on Earth.


June, July, August & September


Ngorongoro Crater


- Have Lunch on the Crater Floor

- Chance to see Africa's Big 5

- Great Wildlife and Landscape Location

Central Serengeti


- Great Big Cat Sightings

- Best Cheetah Destination in Africa

- Iconic African Open Plains

Northern Serengeti


- Great Migration of Wildebeests

- Plenty of Big Cat Sightings

- Great for Action and Adrenalin

Lion in the Serengeti

Tanzania is arguably the most famous safari destination in Africa, as it offers guests an incredible variation in landscapes and wildlife.

The Ngorongoro Crater is an incredible location, hosting an entire ecosystem living on the crater floor. Once a volcano, the now dried crater floor provides nutritious soils for all species including the African Big 5, predators, Flamingos, and hundreds of other bird and wildlife species.

From there, travel into the Central Serengeti, where you are surrounded by open savanna landscapes that are dominated by Big Cats. The open plains of the Serengeti are filled with prey and provide predators with perfect hunting grounds.

Visiting the Northern Serengeti during the months of July and August give guests the opportunity to witness the Great Migration of Wildebeests as the begin to cross the Mara River and make their way into the Mara Triangle of Kenya. 

Gorilla in Uganda


May, June & July


Bwindi Impenetrable Forest


- Close Encounters w/ Mountain Gorillas

Kibale National Park


-Close Encounters w/ Chimpanzees

- 12 Additional Primate Species

Mabamba Swamp


- Shoebill Stork

- Best place to see hundreds of Kingfishers

- Hundreds of Other Bird Species

Uganda is a beautiful country, offering a very different safari experience. If your group has already done a typical African wildlife safari, Uganda may be your next African destination.


Uganda is the best country to walk with primates. With Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, and many other primate species residing in the western mountain regions, Uganda is thriving with primate life and is different from every other safari destination. 

For those who are interested in birding, Mabamba Swamp, just outside of Entebbe is a birders paradise. With the top attraction here being the dinosaur-like Shoebill Stork, guests travel across Lake Victoria to board a small boat that will venture into the swamps to spot this bird and the hundreds of other bird species in the area.. With only 13 Shoebill Storks in the area, this is an incredible opportunity. 


May, June, July, August, September, October


Okavango Delta


- Great Birding Destination

- Witness Big Cats in the Water

- Helicopter Rides over the Delta

Moremi Game Reserve


- Great for spotting Big Cats

- Endangered Wild Dog Sightings

- Top Birding Destination

Nxai Pan


- Congregations of Animals at Waterholes

- Plenty of Elephants Around Lodge

- Unique Kalahari Desert Landscapes

Botswana offers guests a great diversity in landscapes, where wildlife varies in each destination. From the Kalahari Desert, to the intricate waterways of the Okavango Delta, Botswana can provide guests with an incredible experience.

The Okavango Delta is a watery wildlife paradise where, during the dry season, animals migrate to the area, as water is scares elsewhere. Witness elephants swimming and splashing to keep cool, Lions hunting in shallow waters, and much more.

On the contrary, Nxai Pan offers a desert-like landscape with a few permanent waterholes, making this a great destination to see congregations of Elephants, Zebra and Wildebeests. And where there is prey, there is predators. Not all wildlife moves towards Moremi/Okavango Delta. There are plenty of resident herds that make for great photo opportunities.

Interested in a safari destination that is not listed above?

Email me at to see if I can help you create your ideal African Safari

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