Zazu Tanzania Safaris is specialized in photography safari for professional photographers, we offer a wide range of photography Tanzania safari packages. Our tour targets to give the best experience possible for our photographer travelers, we select the best seasons and parks for photography safaris.
Our tour guides drivers are all well trained for wildlife photography, so while on a Tanzania photography safari with us, our guides will help you get the best shots by providing great angles and timing for the perfect daylights.
Tanzania is by far the best destination for wildlife safari excursion. So, this makes it the perfect spot for photography safaris trip. Having one of the world-famous national parks ‘the Serengeti’ its no doubt that Tanzania is the right place for photography safaris.
Tanzania photographic safari is blessed to have everything which you dream to shot at or having a documentary. The photography safari is customized for visitors or professional photographers who want to have a deeper understanding of any subject of their choices and feel part of it for the moment.
Tanzania hosts animals, landscapes, birds, cultural diversity that are endemic to Africa and can’t be found in other parts of the world. Since our guides have a deep understanding of what it takes for the best shots, and since we know our wilds and nature of Tanzania from the palm of our hands from real experience. We assure to send our visitors to picturesque settings in the obscure wilderness where only their camera get tired.
Photography is best done from either a private vehicle, or at the very least a vehicle of like-minded individuals who won’t move around at critical moments, and who are also happy to be out before sunrise and back after dark.
Photographic safaris tend to be most successful when you have control over the vehicle and where it goes. A guide who is a photographer, and who has guided photographers before. They make a big difference in terms of positioning the vehicle correctly, getting the light right, and not wanting to head back to the lodge or camp simply because it’s breakfast time.
If you can afford it, then it is definitely worth booking a private vehicle – for you (and your fellow photographers) – to ensure that there is no conflict of interests and that you are the master of your own photographic destiny. Things are considerably easier outside of the parks and game reserves where dangerous wildlife and safety are less of an issue, allowing one to explore and photograph on foot and at your own pace.