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Hunt’s Photo Adventure: Serengeti Wildlife Safari in Tanzania

January 27 - February 5

Quick Link- Registration information can be found here.
For a downloadable PDF of the workshop, click here.

Tanzania is home to some of the greatest wildlife viewing in the world. Home to Africa’s greatest population of lions, densest population of large mammals, the legendary Great Migration, and much more, it has become a world renowned destination for wildlife photographers and travelers generally.

With incredible swaths of land dedicated to national parks, travelers can enjoy the wilderness to its fullest – close to wildlife and away from tourist traffic. Hunt’s Photo Adventures is partnering with Thomson Safaris – a 36-year-old Tanzania safari company – to see it all. Scheduled to coincide with the passing of the Great Migration, this trip is expected to provide unparalleled photography opportunities.

Your trip includes:
•Visit a 10,000-acre private nature refuge where wildlife populations have tripled in recent years.
•Enjoy Three full days of world-class wildlife viewing in the Serengeti during the annual wildebeest migration.
•Descend onto the floor of Ngorongoro Crater, home to the world’s densest concentration of large mammals.
•Experience intimate meetings with members of the Maasai and Hadza.
•Travel with expert wildlife guides, each with over 10 years of experience.
•Traverse in custom Land Rover Defender vehicles (maximum 3 passengers per vehicle).
•Learn wildlife photography lessons and tips courtesy of Don Toothaker.

Your trip does not include:
•Baggage fees are common upon check-in at the airport. These fees are the responsibility of the passenger.
•Travel insurance is recommended for all travelers, in the event that they have need to cancel.

Your passport will be required on this workshop.

Please note that this workshop is being coordinated by our travel agency. Because of this, please note that registration and payment are handled by the agency. Registration and more detailed itinerary information can be found here.

For a downloadable PDF of the workshop, click here.


January 27
February 5
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