Bird Watching Photographic Safari
With over 2000 species of birds in the areas we safari, you’re sure to check quite a few off your list. Our expert spotters see birds in their habitat that a casual observer might miss. And, we put you in a position to get the perfect camera angle for that memorable photo. Below are a few popular birding destinations, but there are so many more. Please contact us today to tells us about that bird you’re anxious to see on your safari.
Rwanda - Volcanoes Natural Park
While the name may imply that the volcanoes are the main attraction in this park, that’s probably not the case for the birdwatchers among you. Volcanoes National Park is home to approximately 165 bird species, offering plenty of chances to capture some stunning birds in flight. Those who explore the park’s many trails may also be fortunate enough to find golden monkeys and mountain gorillas in their natural habitats.
Rwanda - Akagera National Park
Another perfect location for birdwatchers, Akagera National Park is home to an amazing 500 bird species. It’s also one of the few places in Rwanda where you’ll have a chance to grab some shots of the Big Five.
Snap Some Stunning Shots
South Africa’s varying landscapes are perfect for those who love landscape photography. But for those who wish to get up close and personal with some wildlife, South Africa offers ample opportunity with its national parks and stunning vistas and coastlines. A bird lover’s paradise, South Africa is a stunning vacation destination.
Botswana - Chobe River
The “land of the giants”, Chobe River is where you need to go if you want to capture some shots of enormous herds of elephants. While they’re the biggest attraction, in more ways than one, the elephants are not the only thing to see here– the Chobe River is home to over 440 species of bird as well as several antelope and their predators.
Zambia - Blue Lagoon National Park
We weren’t joking when we mentioned just how much of Zambia plays host to national parks. Sitting a little over 60 miles outside Lusaka, this massive floodplain offers great shots in both the dry and rainy seasons. It’s also the ideal location for birdwatchers to photograph some rare birds, including the harlequin quail, laughing dove, and many more.