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by SuziEszterhas on Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:47 pm
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**NOTE - THIS TOUR IS NOW FULL***


***DUE TO A  CANCELLATION, WE NOW HAVE ONE SPACE OPEN ON THIS TOUR! The space available is for a male willing to share a room.

AFRICAN BIG CATS PHOTO SAFARI

  • In South Africa, we’ll stay at a luxurious lodge – recently recognized as the #1 Hotel in the World by Conde Nast – on a private game reserve that is simply the best place in the world for photographing leopards. It also offers great opportunities for lions, cheetahs, wild dogs, elephants, rhinos, and other African classics.
  • In Namibia, we’ll have exclusive, behind-the-scenes access at the Cheetah Conservation Fund to photograph cheetahs up close, including cheetahs running full sprint.
  • Also in Namibia, we’ll stay on a private reserve near Etosha National Park, and use a sunken hide for eye-level photos of animals at a waterhole.
  • For all game drives on the tour, each participant will have an entire row to themselves for easy shooting from both sides of the vehicle and to comfortably accommodate your gear.
  • Our bush flights are private charter flights for our group only, enabling us to travel with more gear.
  • Travel as a small group and receive one-to-one instruction from professional wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas. Suzi has published over 100 magazine covers and feature stories and has vast experience photographing African wildlife (including three years living in a bushcamp).


Dates: August 18 - September 1, 2016

Group size: Only 10 participants 
 
Price: $14,910 

Leader:  Professional wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas plus local naturalist guides

Suzi Eszterhas is a professional wildlife photographer based in California. She has photographed over 100 magazine covers and features stories, which include TIME, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Scientific American, Audubon, Ranger Rick, and National Geographic Kids. She is also the author of eight children’s books, and co-author of the coffee-table book A Future for Cheetahs. Suzi has won numerous awards and is represented by several of the world’s leading natural history agencies. 

Booking details and more information: Please contact Suzi Eszterhas at suzi@suzieszterhas.com or +1 831 588 3505 or visit http://www.suzieszterhas.com/toursWorkshops/
 

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