Wildlife Photography, People & Landscape

14 Days: Photo Tour 3


8.900,00 €



Group Size:

Min. 6, Max. 10 People


Our Offer

Individual group tours by arrangement possible all year round.

Single Room Surcharge: 890,00 €

Tour Guide: Felicia, English speaking or Rainer, German and English speaking.

Photographer: Joe, English speaking.

3 Nights – Cresta Maun
1 Night – Maun Lodge
2 Nights – Xini/Khwai – Moremi Game Reserve
3 Nights – Mboma Island - Moremi Game Reserve
2 Nights – Xakaxaxa – Bodumatau – Moremi Game Reserve
2 Nights – Kasane Pangolin Hotel

Tour Includes

All meals - as stated
B = Breakfast
L = Lunch
D = Dinner
Non-premium alcoholic beverages
Activities offered at each location
All road trips - as stated
Fly in Safari to Chobe National Park
Laundry service in special lodges
Parking fees and bed tax
English tour guide
English photo trainer

Tour Excludes


All international flights to and from Botswana
International Airport Tax & Travel Visas
Any additional activities not included in this tour
Health and travel insurance
Medicines and vaccinations
Tips for employees
All items of a personal nature
Curiosities & souvenirs
Donations for other community or nature conservation projects
Bank charges
Visa fees for entry to Zimbabwe (approx. $30.00) in cash
Entry fees to Vic Falls (approximately $30.00) in cash

2024 Tour Dates

11 May – 24 May

01 June – 14 June

06 July – 19 July

3 August – 16 August

7 September – 20 September

2025 Tour Dates

11 May – 24 May

01 June – 14 June

06 July – 19 July

03 August – 16 August

07 September – 20 September

Short Description

This Photo Tour takes you from Maun, the bustling town on the edge of the Okavango Delta, to Kasane Chobe National Park.

Stations include the San village of Dqae Qare and a Herero Village. In the Moremi Game Reserve – located directly in the Okavango Delta - you stay at Bodumatau, Mboma Ilandand and Xakanaxa.

During the tour you get impressions of people's daily lives, get to know traditional cultures and experience infinite nature up close. A professional photographer is permanently at your side.

The journey creates countless opportunities for spectacular pictures in a wide variety of genres.




Day 1 | Maun - Arrival

Welcome to Maun, the safari capital of Botswana and administrative center of the province of Ngaminland, located on the picturesque Thamalakane River. From the Airport you continue your journey to Ghanzi and the San managed Dqae Qare Lodge. Welcome Dinner. (D)

Road transfer from Maun International Airport to D’kar (249 km)


Information about your accommodation for Day 1- 3, please click Here

Day 2 - 3 | Dqae Qare - Cultural Photography

You will enjoy a genuine experience of the open spaces and quiet peace of the Kalahari in the company of the wonderfully open and friendly San people. You are invited to bush walks, traditional dancing, fire making, craft making, trapping and storytelling. (B, L, D)


Day 4 | Herero Village - People Photography

Early in the morning we leave D’kar for traveling to Maun. Our group stops enroute at a Herero village to visit a community of descendants of exile survivors of the battle of the Waterberg, 1904. The Herero are traditionally cattle-herding pastoralists. During our visit, they give us a sustainable impression about their daily way of living in Botswana since they arrived as refugees: fleeing from the German soldiers in “Deutsch Südwest Africa”, their original homeland, and today’s Namibia. (B, L, D)

Drive from D’kar to Maun (249 km) stopping en route via Herero village.

For more information about your accommodation Here

Day 5 - 6 | Xini / Khwai - Moremi Game Reserve - Wildlife Photography

Bodumatau, meaning 'where the lion roars', is situated in a remote area on the lower reaches of the marginal flood plains, on one of the many 'tongues' of water that creep over the Kalahari sands – forming one of the most amazing wonders of the world. This is another chance for spectacular photographic opportunities. Days are spent exploring and looking for lion, cheetah, and the elusive leopard. (B, L, D)

Road transfer from Maun with to Moremi Game Reserve (Okavango Delta)

Information about your accommodation Day 5 - 11, you find Here

Day 7 – 9 | Mboma Iland - Moremi Game Reserve - Wildlife Photography

Moremi boasts one of the richest and most diverse ecosystems on the continent, being described by the prestigious African Travel and Tourism Organization as one of the most beautiful game reserves in whole Africa. It is here that land, and water meet in a perfect balance of stunningly beautiful flood plains, lagoons, pools and pans, all edged in lush green riverine forest and tall tropical palm trees. You take the whole moving camp from Bodumatau/Xini to Mboma island with a picnic lunch on the way. Mboma Island is situated on the eastern side of Chiefs Island and provides some excellent wildlife watching. You explore this beautiful area doing morning and evening game drives. (B, L, D)

Road transfer

Day 10 - 11 | Xakanaxa – Bodumatau – Moremi Game Reserve - Wildlife Photography

Xakanaxa is situated at the end of the endless Mophane woodland in the Moremi Game Reserve. The Okavango Delta supports large concentrations of animals. There is an early morning and afternoon game drive exploring the Xakanaxa area and the hidden secrets of the delta. You take a boat trip to take full advantage of being out on the water and go for a bush walk. (B, L, D)

Road transfer

Day 12 - 13 | Chobe National Park - Wildlife Photography

Established in 1967 and covering 10, 600 qkm, the Chobe National Park is the second
largest National Park in Botswana and home to the greatest concentration of game on the Southern African subcontinent. Chobe National Park encompasses a diverse range of habitats, from the dense riverine forests and swamplands of Chobe and Linyanti to the mopane forests of Nogatsaa, and then across to the open grassy plains and rocky kopje outcrops of Savuti in the Southwest. The Chobe River and Namibia’s Caprivi floodplains, which stretches out to the far horizon, gives plenty opportunities for wildlife photography. Activities will be game drives and boat cruises. (B, L, D)

Fly in to Kasane, Chobe National Park

Information about your accommodation, you find Here

Day 14 | Kasane - Departure

Farewell breakfast and end of safari. (B)

With our Shuttle Service, we transfer you to the International Airports of Kasane or Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) for your onward flights.

Photography Packing List

 Essential Gear required:

* 2 x DSLR or DSLM Bodies - preferably with full frame sensors
* At least two batteries per camera (one spare always)
* 1 x wide angle lens for landscapes
* 1 x zoom lens - 70 - 200 mm (preferably F2.8)
* 1 x zoom lens - 100 - 400mm or 80 to 400mm F 4.5 - 5.6
* Memory cards - bring plenty or a hard drive and laptop for downloading
* Sturdy camera bag & cleaning equipment
* Tripod/ monopod * A good pair of binoculars (essential)

Optional Gear as needed:

* Laptop and 2 hard drives for dual back up and freeing memory space
* Camera mounted flash
* Rain/ dust coat to protect your gear
* Telephoto lens 500mm F4 or 600mm F4

Please note, that this is only a recommendation for ambitious photographers.
For those, with just “ordinary” cameras, or mobile phones, who would like to participate in this special way of traveling, are more than welcome to join.

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