True Wild LLC is offering a truly unique opportunity to travel to Africa on a powerful safari to explore the wild savannas of Southern Africa and take photographs for The Big Wild’s conservation project.
Led by experts in their fields – big cat conservationist Dr. Quinton Martins and maverick botanist and ecological thinker Prof. William Bond – and hosted by Wilderness Safaris’ private photographic guide Ona Basimane, this is a golden opportunity for the curious and conservation inspired traveler.
Ilala Lodge, 2 nights: Witness the power of Victoria Falls, one of the largest and most magnificent falls in the world.
Little Makalolo, 3 nights: Look for interconnections and dynamics in Hwange’s rich ecosystem through walks and game drives, and learn about the lion conservation work in the area. Begin your photographic records of the wonderful wildlife.
Chobe Safari Lodge, 1 night: Cross over into Botswana and enjoy a river cruise in the Chobe National Park.
Vumbura Plains, 3 nights: This splendid camp is set in the heart of the Okavango, with excellent wildlife and birding, and a variety of activities including exploring the water channels in mokoros. We will focus on observing animal behavior.
Chitabe, 3 nights: Our journey culminates in this amazingly diverse Okavango area, with multiple habitat types and all the variety of life that offers. We will connect with wild dog researchers here and learn about these fascinating creatures.
Join us! Contact Quinton on (707) 721 6560 or [email protected]
*Group size: min 8, max 12. Price is all inclusive (accommodation, food, drinks, activities, transfers between camps, group leaders) but excludes international travel (to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, and from Maun, Botswana), visas, insurance, and gratuities. Singles in their own room will be charged an additional single-supplement rate and quoted separately.