Botswana is another of our favourite safari destinations. We have visited the ‘Jewel of the Kalahari’ on many occasions and love the combination of spectacular game viewing and stunning scenery.
Wildlife photography is all about capturing the moment. That means knowing what your subject is going to do next and then having the right equipment to create great images. The new Canon EOS-1DX Mk2 offers lots of new features to help us to do just that: high ISP capability to allow us to shoot in […]
How times have changed for The Big Cat Man. Here I am in 1989 photographing my Maasai friends near Mara River Camp after filming AfricaWatch with my buddy Mitsuaki Iwago who did the honors and took the photo nearly 30 years ago. Still time to pre-order The Big Cat Man (Bradt) for a 20% saving: […]
Listed below are our most current Safaris and Events. Click each one to find out more!
Namibia Safari - Namibia is unlike any other country in Africa, a sparsely populated desert kingdom bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in the west and Botswana in the east. This is one of the Jonathan and Angie’s favourite places to photograph, a mesmerizing blend of people, wildlife and landscape for you to hone your photographic skills on. Whether spending time photographing the statuesque Himba people in the north of the country, or exploring the Kaokoveld Namibia never fails to excite and stimulate.
Botswana Adventure - Botswana is another of our favourite safari destinations. We have visited the ‘Jewel of the Kalahari’ on many occasions and love the combination of spectacular game viewing and stunning scenery. We will be staying at Xigera and DumaTau in the Okavango Delta - June is one of the best months for water levels and wildlife activity, when the rivers and lagoons are teaming with activity.
Masai Mara Safari - Rekero Camp - The Masai Mara in Kenya is the ultimate big cat destination. Rise before dawn to explore the Game Reserve’s rolling grassy plains and acacia thickets in search of the great predators. The safari experience doesn’t get any better than this: world renowned wildlife photographers Jonathan and Angie Scott have spent the past 35 years studying and photographing the Mara’s spectacular wildlife particularly the big cats.