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Posted on 04/09/2014 in

SMALL GROUP TOURS: - Those who have joined me on my tours enjoy travelling and photographing leisurely. In some areas it is possible to get out and photograph landscape but in the animal kingdom one has to stay in the vehicle. There is a big difference between a National Park and a Private Game Reserve - eg. Kruger National Park one has to remain on the road whereas on a Private Game Reserve one is able to go over bushes and through the bushes to get "up close" to see wildlife. In small groups our excursions are with ONLY our group so we are able to decide whether we wish  a safari or perhaps a water excursion in a little boat on the Chobe River. A small boat is better so you are able to get up close to shore for photographing birds catching fish, crocs sunning along the shores and of course seeing the other birds and mammals in the water or resting on land. Our travels through Namibia are with an experienced and knowledgeable guide who drives us in a special vehicle suited for photographing in the animal kingdom that is comfortable and keeps us from the swirling Namibian desert dust! Our guide stays with us until we reach Botswana and will allow us to do morning and afternoon safaris for as long as we wish!

BOOKING SMALL GROUP TOURS: - As a small group it is necessary to book WELL IN ADVANCE - as our accommodations are in rural areas that are in HIGH DEMAND and it is our intent to make your journey through Africa one which will allow you to "EXPERIENCE" a trip of a lifetime although many yearn to return and most do!

NAMIBIA/BOTSWANA - "FOLLOW THE FOOTPRINTS" - ONLY 6 SEATS LEFT

SOUTH AFRICA -  "STEP INTO THE PAST...STEP INTO THE FUTURE" - ONLY 8 SEATS LEFT

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