Our Chobe photographic safaris are conducted inside the Chobe National Park and on the Chobe River. The Chobe River forms the northern border of the park. The park is in the northern part of Botswana and is well known for its natural abundance of wildlife. The Chobe River Drive is a spectacular route. What makes this river drive unique is the combination of mammals, birds, and reptiles that can be seen. The riverine forest is the ideal nesting ground for some of the larger raptors in Botswana. There is a 4 x 4 track road along most of the river.
Chobe park is perfect for photographers. The variety of subjects and landscapes is phenomenal.
Chobe park offers river views and floodplains. The mopane and teak forests are home to browsers and rare species. The elevated viewpoints provide spectacular sunset views over the floodplains. It is not uncommon to see some of the largest elephant herds in the world.
You can select a range of photographic safaris packages. There are scheduled departures and private safaris options. You can choose a day experience or a multi-day experience.
Chobe photographic safaris are becoming increasingly popular. The reason is that you can experience a large variety of wildlife, undisturbed and at close range. The combination of open safari vehicles and riverboats ensures unobstructed views.
The boats are custom-designed for photographers with fixtures for tripods and focal lenses.
Professional guides lead the Chobe photographic safaris. You can learn how to capture birds in flight, shoot against the sun and experiment with silhouettes.
A thorough briefing on wildlife behaviour is essential to our photographic safaris. It is vital to get to know your camera. One of the more difficult skill tests will be bird photography.
These safaris are the perfect opportunity to learn the skills and techniques needed for wildlife photography. Our professional photographers will teach you the art of capturing wildlife and birdlife. In Chobe, you can experiment with composing a variety of landscapes and explore the multi-exposure on your camera. You may want to learn how to capture movement in your photographs.
It is best to make a photographic safari trip first.
You can contact us for more information.