September 26th- October 5th, 2021
Tarangire, Ngorongoro Crater, & the Serengeti, Tanzania
To coincide with the Great Migration
With a focus on the scenery, wildlife, and culture in Tanzania
***Passport is required***
Instructor: Don Toothaker
Organized in conjunction with Thomson Safaris
All Skill Levels Welcome
Hunt’s Photo Education is proud to partner with Thomson Safaris on this timeless Tanzanian adventure. This immersive safari speaks to the animal lover’s soul: an exciting photographic adventure that takes you straight into the heart of Tanzania’s best wildlife viewing areas; Tarangire, Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti.
Venture into the plains every morning for full days of spectacular wildlife viewing, and unwind in luxurious, eco-friendly camps located in the middle of the wild. Each night, settle in to comfortable, downy bedding and drift asleep to the nighttime sounds of safari.
On this all luxury-camping trip, you’ll have front row access to the best wildlife viewing Tanzania has to offer.
This safari was scheduled to coincide with the annual wildebeest migration, which, at this time of year, is normally found along the Mara River in Tanzania’s northern Serengeti.
Your trip includes:
•Visit to Tarangire National Park which holds one of the largest concentrations of elephant.
•Descend onto the floor of Ngorongoro Crater, home to the world’s densest concentration of large mammals.
•Enjoy four full days of world-class wildlife viewing in the Serengeti during the annual wildebeest migration.
•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 agent, Thomson Safari. 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.