Photography Tours in Tanzania



Tanzania is an exciting photographic destination, offering opportunities for both amateur and specialist. Generally, if you are considering a photography tour in Tanzania, you will be either looking to photograph the Wildebeest Migration on the southern plains of the Serengeti in Jan to March (where the grass is green, no dust and plenty of contrast). Alternatively, you may wish to photograph the drama and pure intensity of the Tanzania Wildebeest Migration by capturing the sight of the millions of wildebeest and zebra crossing the Mara River in July to October.

Generally we tailor photography tours for clients in Tanzania, and include the use of a private guide so that you can spend as long as necessary on one subject without affecting other guests. There are however a number of Tanzanian group photographic safari departures annually which you can join with other keen photographers.

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