There’s always something to see and photograph at any time of the year in Tanzania National parks Read more on the possible destinations and we will plan an entire tour for you.
Wildlife photography is something of an art however whether you are a beginner with a new digital camera, or a seasoned pro, the scenery will take your breath away and the photographs will last a lifetime.
If you’re serious about your wildlife photography, it may be good to book a tour specifically for wildlife photographers the longer you stay at a game reserve, the better chance you have of seeing more game. Consider 2 nights a minimum stay. For wildlife photography you generally need a longer lens if you hope to capture the action. Anything over 200mm is good, preferably with an image stabilizer. Some point-and-shoot digital cameras also have good zoom ranges. The light just before and after dawn is the sweetest, as is that of the late afternoon, when everything turns golden. From mid-morning to mid-afternoon, the light is flat and your pictures won’t look nearly as good.
But even if you’re an amateur with a brand-new camera, you can bring home some truly special shots. The keys to getting great pictures are being prepared by take along spare batteries and an extra memory card for your camera, having the right equipment and being ready for any wildlife-viewing opportunity.
Restoration Safaris will arrange for your itinerary, be sure to contact us for your custom trip tailored to your timetable and budget. You will be provided with a detailed list of necessary items depending on your tour prior the safari.
You will be with your guide throughout the safari so that you can learn as much as you would like in the awesome wilderness. Our guides are very professional and very well equipped to give you a level of safety which is absolutely needed in the wilderness and thus they will help you experience and photograph the wildlife and spectacular scenery of Tanzania and capture the best possible moments.