PHOTOGRAPHIC SAFARIS WITH EDWARD SELFE

The South Luangwa offers unrivaled wildlife viewing in an unspoiled natural environment. With abundant game, much of which is neither vehicle nor camera shy, the National Parks offer wonderful photographic opportunities. I live in Zambia and guide year-round in the region, unlike many photo guides who lead trips in National Parks. I know this wilderness ecosystem intimately, giving you the chance for a resident's view.


Ed is undoubtedly an expert guide and wildlife photographer and passionate about both subjects. As well as getting some great shots I learnt a lot about technique and wildlife behaviour during my 5-day trip with him. I cannot recommend him highly enough and am already thinking about another trip in 2017.

Mike White, UK


UPCOMING PHOTO SAFARIS:

2017 SEASON:



GOLDEN DRY SEASON
Flatdogs Camp & Tafika Camp
USD $4,543pp incl domestic flights
25 - 31 Jul 2017 | FULLY BOOKED



AFFORDABLE WILDERNESS
Zikomo Safari Camp
USD $2,520pp
15 - 20 Aug 2017 |



FINEST LUANGWA
Tena Tena & Nsefu Camp
USD $6,420pp
ANYTIME 2017 |



BESPOKE LUANGWA
Flatdogs Camp & Zikomo Safaris
USD $3,640pp
ANYTIME 2017 |



PHOTO-EXCLUSIVE LUANGWA
Kafunta River Lodge
from USD $2,870pp
ANYTIME 2017 |

BESPOKE LUANGWA
Flatdogs Camp & Zikomo Safaris
USD $3,640pp
2 - 9 Oct 2017 | FULLY BOOKED


EXTENSIONS:


If you'd like to extend your photo safari by a few days, get in touch as there are lots of possibilities available. Over the last few years, we have arranged extensions for a number of clients allowing them to visit different areas of the parks or spend longer in certain camps. If you think this is something you would be interested to add on to your safari, email me well in advance as we use the best camps at the best times of year and beds book up fast!


Edward was a terrific guide and very knowledgable. [...] Having gone been on several safaris in different locations in Africa, the South Luangwa was unique. No relying on radio to tell each other where game was sited. Rather we would drive and stop and listen for sounds from the puku or other animals to indicate were there may be a leopard or other predator. It was more like game tracking than just driving through the park. Most of our leopard sitings were by ourselves with no other vehicles around so we could just spend time and watch them interact or hunt naturally. We spent over 2 hours just with a single pride of lions as they played and as we waited for the perfect lighting for pictures. No one else in sight. Truly a wonderful experience.

Scott and Dan, USA