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Africa - Mashatu and MalaMala Signature Safari

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October 2021
October 26, 2021 - November 4, 2021
South Africa and Botswana+ Google Map
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Exclusive 9-night/8-day wildlife photography safari in Botswana’s Tuli Game Reserve and South Africa’s Sabi Sand Game Reserve with professional wildlife photographer, instructor and author Kathleen Reeder. MalaMala and Mashatu offer the most concentrated geographic opportunities to photograph the BIG SEVEN (elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, rhino, cheetah and wild dog) in a non-touristy way in all of Africa. This safari caters to 6 photographers only. It includes exclusive use of two open vehicles, providing each photographer with a full vehicle row for viewing, equipment and set up. At Mashatu, it also includes exclusive use of an underground photographic hide for 2 sunrise sessions, designed and built especially for photographers, offering eye level photography while wildlife visits the waterhole.

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$13,995
South Africa and Botswana+ Google Map

Exclusive 9-night/8-day wildlife photography safari in Botswana’s Tuli Game Reserve and South Africa’s Sabi Sand Game Reserve with professional wildlife photographer, instructor and author Kathleen Reeder. MalaMala and Mashatu offer the most concentrated geographic opportunities to photograph the BIG SEVEN (elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, rhino, cheetah and wild dog) in a non-touristy way in all of Africa. This safari caters to 6 photographers only. It includes exclusive use of two open vehicles, providing each photographer with a full vehicle row for viewing, equipment and set up. At Mashatu, it also includes exclusive use of an underground photographic hide for 2 sunrise sessions, designed and built especially for photographers, offering eye level photography while wildlife visits the waterhole.