The term Photo Safari is used to describe a wildlife tour to Africa where you would get the opportunity to take your own “National Geographic” type pictures or video of wildlife, landscapes and people from different cultures. Join us for an “Off the Beaten Track Safari” and learn more about Africa and its inhabitants. We offer 7day, 10day, 14day and 21day Safaris. To various Private Reserves, Heritage Sights, National Parks including Kruger National Park and several Natural Wonders. Our Photo Safaris also takes you of the beaten track to destinations that the average tourist would never see. We guarantee an unforgettable experience for the Nature Lover.
Our Safaris cater specially for family groups, and there are no restricted minimums on group sizes
Activities to look forward to.
(Note this is just a few of the many activities we offer)
Kruger National Park
The Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. Allow us to take you on a personal tour through the flagship of South African National Parks. It covers an area of 19,633 square kilometers (7,580 sq mi) in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in northeastern South Africa, and extends 360 kilometers (220 mi) from north to south and 65 kilometers (40 mi) from east to west. Areas of the park were first protected by the government of the South African Republic in 1898, and it became South Africa's first national park in 1926. It is home to the famous Big Five, in addition to a range of fauna and flora unique to the area. Experience the thrill of listening to Lions roar at night or seeing one of the remaining a great Tuskers, the opportunities for the Nature Lover is endless in this great wilderness.
Burke’s Luck Potholes
This natural water feature marks the beginning of the Blyde River Canyon. Through countless eons the swirling whirlpools which occur as the Treur River plunges into the Blyde River caused waterborne sand and rock to grind huge, cylindrical potholes into the bedrock of the river
Breathtaking views across and down the Drakensberg escarpment gives this region its title, The Panorama Route. With places to see like God’s Window, The Pinnacle, Various waterfalls and caves, The Three Rondawels and the Blyde River Canyon to name just a few.
Shelanti operates a breeding program that breeds rare and endangered species such as Sable, Roan, Disease free Buffalo, Black Impala, Heartwater Springbuck, Nyala and Golden Wildebeest. These antelope are monitored carefully in a camp system where births, deaths and illness can be recorded. If you have never seen these majestic animals in the wild join us in the camps where you can view and learn more about the care of wild animals.
Twice a week food (carcasses) is dropped off at the same location for hundreds of vultures. Join us in the rewarding wait to see these endangered birds swoop down in a feeding frenzy. The most common vultures to be seen are White-backed, Cape and Lappet-faced but some of the rarer vultures do make unexpected visits... A Ruppell’s Vulture for example! This is a great opportunity to get close to these incredible birds and to observe them in their natural environment while snapping photos or taking video footage.
Pride Rock Experience
This experience starts with a game drive all the way up to the top of Pride Rock Mountain, which overlooks the Limpopo river valley. Enjoying a romantic dinner while overlooking this incredible landscape with its magical geography and wildlife topped with the most amazing sunset, it will certainly take your breath away.