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Tracks Safaris are delighted to announce two Photographic safaris for 2011!

PUBLISHED: 13:55 18 May 2011 | UPDATED: 19:24 20 February 2013

Tracks Safaris are delighted to announce two Photographic safaris for 2011!

Tracks Safaris are delighted to announce two Photographic safaris for 2011!

Taunton-based safari company, Tracks Safaris, has announced two incredible photographic safaris: Botswana Exposed with Neil Aldridge (29 Sept-10 Oct) and South Luangwa National Park, Zambia with Patrick Bentley (30 August - 6 September & 1-8 October)

Tracks Safaris are delighted to announce two Photographic safaris for 2011!


Botswana Exposed 29 September to 10 October 2011 with Neil Aldridge


Tracks Safaris are offering this superb photographic safari to just six guests and the chance to experience the wild wonders of northern Botswana, one of Africa's most celebrated and exciting wildlife Edens. Unlike regular safaris, by limiting this opportunity to just six people, each photographer will have more space to work and to capture the action. It also allows Neil Aldrige to interact and work more freely with the group and with individuals. Working with an extremely experienced ground team who are specialists in northern Botswana, coupled with superb photographic guidance, makes this the perfect combination for photographing Africa's iconic wildlife. The price for this safari is 3,400 Maun to Maun.

South Luangwa National Park, Zambia with Patrick Bentley


30 August - 6 September & 1-8 October 2011



  • Experience and photograph some of the most intense concentrations of wildlife in Africa around the Luangwa River and its oxbow lagoons.

  • Be guided by a professional wildlife photographer and accredited safari guide in an area of the South Luangwa that he photographs daily, where he knows its inhabitants and their haunts and is involved in their conservation.

  • Stay at a luxury lodge inside a remote area of the national park with wildlife and photographic opportunities just outside your chalet door.

  • Spend quality photographic time with wildlife - leaving the lodge before sunrise to catch the best light in the morning and staying out after dark to take advantage of night drives.

  • Meet and spend time with people of similar wildlife and photographic interests who are as keen as you are to make the most of every photographic opportunity. The price for this safari is priced at 3,250 Lusaka to Lusaka.

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