Jessops Photo Tuition Safari – Wildlife and big cats

A unique opportunity of join us on a Namibian safari with one of Jessops expert Academy tutors. A hands on photographic safari with tailor made advice for each photographer, perfecting new techniques and practising them out in the bush in a natural situation.

Days 1, 2 and 3 – Okaukuejo Camp, Etosha National Park

You arrive early morning at Windhoek’s Hosea Kutako Airport where you will be met by Kathryn and driven north on the main tar road to the Andersson Gate in central Etosha for the start of your 9 nights in this world famous wildlife reserve. The Okaukuejo area is known for its open plains and wide vistas where vast herds of herbivores trek endlessly to the camp’s floodlit waterhole followed by the ever present carnivores looking for their next meal. o/n Okaukuejo Camp, Waterhole Chalet, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Days 4, 5 and 6 – Halali Camp, Etosha National Park

This morning we travel into the wooded area surrounding Halali Camp. This diverse sector has both Mopani woodland and dry savannah that rolls down to the very edge of the giant salt pan. The floodlit waterhole is a real highlight of this camp with black rhino and huge herds of elephants often seen along with porcupines, honey badgers and even the ever elusive leopard. o/n Halali Camp, Bush Chalet, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Days 7, 8 and 9 – Namutoni Camp, Etosha National Park

We head east once more today towards Namutoni Camp and the wildlife rich acacia woodland around Fischer’s Pan. Not only is this area home to some of Etosha’s largest lion prides, leopard sightings here are frequent, this area is home to the majority of the park’s giraffe and it is one of the best places in Africa to see the world’s smallest antelope, the diminutive Damara Dik-Dik. o/n Namutoni Camp, Bush Chalet, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

Days 10 and 11 – Okonjima Lodge

After a final game drive we leave the peace and quiet of Etosha and head south on the tar road until we reach the gates to Okonjima. The lodge lies a further 24km into the middle of the mountains and it is here we will spend our last 2 nights searching for some of the Africa’s biggest carnivores. Options include walking with wild cheetah, tracking leopard, hyena and wild dog from an open vehicle with the aid of a telemetry and visiting the Africat Foundation. With its magnificent rooms, excellent cuisine and genuine conservation story, Okonjima is always a highlight of any trip to Namibia. o/n Okonjima Plains Camp, full board and all Activities

Day 12 – Home

After a final morning trail or a well deserved lie in we have a three and a half hour drive back to Windhoek from Okonjima where Kathryn will drop you back at the airport in time for your flight back home o/n 36,000 feet

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