Botswana wilderness photography course
Botswana is globally renowned as an African photographic safari destination par excellence, offering true wilderness and arguably some of the finest ancient landscapes. Koro Island Camp is situated in the Kwa Tuli Private Game Reserve - Central Tuli Block & set on a shaded, undisturbed bank of the beautiful Limpopo River.
The Africa Experience with Kim Mcleod
Taking great wildlife photos is not as easy as it may seem, besides being creative, having the technical knowledge and skill to put it into practice, it takes time and patience to bring it all together!
This is a practical photography course, based around exciting excursions while looking for photographic opportunities, giving you time and practical assistance in various situations with different techniques to hone in on your skills.
Daily game drive
Bush walks – ancient landscapes
Breakfast in the river hide
River bed dinner – low light & start photography
Sundowner on the Koppie – baobab silhouette
Hide photography - Underground hide & Mama Tumi hide
Timbo Afrika Foundation has funded and established an accredited PhD level field study, focusing on the ecology of leopards and hyenas of the Tuli. This includes the highly endangered Kalahari icon, the brown hyena. We will spend an afternoon participating in monitoring activities and field observations with the head of research in Tuli, Sander Vissia who is completing a PhD at Wageningen University in Holland.
The Africa Experience concessions are devoted to creating enduring relationships with our guests by providing highly personalized service and gracious hospitality in an informally elegant African setting, while acknowledging our social and environmental responsibilities.
.2022 Photography course dates
16 – 21 February & June 17-22
6 nights - R17310 p/p sharing
Includes the course, all experiences, accommodation, meals & excludes drinks.