As we all know, photography is a really important part of going on safari. Whether you want to have some snaps to remember the journey, some top notch selfies or some really spectacular shots of the wildlife you see, everyone wants to get this right.
Continuing our series of conversations with conservationists working to protect wildlife and wild places we were lucky enough to get some insight from Iris Ho, who works with Human Society International (HSI).
Continuing in the series of Tickner’s Top Tips, here are 5 useful pointers to make it look like you know what you’re doing on safari, even if you really don’t.
Paul Tickner Safaris is now Kusini Safaris!
A privately guided family safari all the way from Estonia
There are lots of ways to create your journey in Tanzania. The north, the south, the north and south...
Fear of missing out? Remember that when it comes to how many places to go on safari, less is more
Yes you need some binoculars for you safari. Here's why and how.
Time to get serious about photography for your safari. How do shutter speed, aperture and ISO work together?
What is the migration? I want to see the wildebeest cross the river. I want to be where everyone else isn't.
Do I need insurance cover for my safari? Where do I get it, what do I need to look for? What about COVID?
We are raising money for the wildlife and communities left behind by the absence of safaris in 2020.
How is privately guided safari different to a regular safari?
The Ngorongoro Crater, caracals, close encounters, beer die, leopard whispering and a hell of a safari
Nyikani Central Serengeti is permanently located in the Central Serengeti, taking advantage of the year round wildlife viewing the Seronera Valley and nearby areas have to offer.
Nyikani Migration Camp, the original property in the Nyikani Camps chain, offers an intimate bush experience in the Serengeti ecosystem. Designed to be lightweight to move seasonally.
Formally known as Kichuguu, Nyikani Tarangire opened its doors in 2017 inside Tarangire National Park.
Hondo Hondo is situated on the border of the Udzungwa Mountains National Park, close to the National Park Headquarters and main gate at Mangula
This self-contained private house for ten, totally designed around families, is charm itself, and set plum in the middle of one of Serengeti’s richest mammal habitats.
Under the magnificent shade trees, on the banks of a seasonal river in the remote southern sector of the Ruaha National Park, Jongomero is gloriously isolated. Far from the madding crowds, this secluded idyll offers a chance to discover true unadulterated wilderness.