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, this reserve offers wonderful photographic opportunities. My aim is that you will enjoy a safari rich in photographic opportunities and wildlife experiences. I live year-round in the Luangwa, just 5 minutes from the park gate. Unlike many photographers who fly-in to lead their trips, I know this wilderness ecosystem intimately, giving you the chance for a resident's view.


UPCOMING PHOTO SAFARIS:

2018 SEASON:



LUANGWA DRAMA
Mfuwe Lodge | 7 Nights
USD $4,200 pp | Group Size: 6

1 - 8 Nov 2018 | BOOK NOW


LEGENDARY LUANGWA
Luangwa River Camp & Nsefu Camp | 8 Nights
GBP £6,499.00 £5,499.00 pp | Group Size: 8

18 - 26 Sep 2018 | BOOK NOW
2019 Dates Coming Soon | ENQUIRE NOW

2019 SEASON:



PRIME LUANGWA
Kafunta River Lodge | 6 Nights
USD $4,448.50 pp | Group Size: 4

9 - 15 Sep 2019 | BOOK NOW
May – Oct 2019 | ENQUIRE NOW


DOUBLE LUANGWA
Luangwa River Camp & Nsefu Camp | 7 Nights
USD $tbc pp | Group Size: 4

Jun – Oct 2019 | ENQUIRE NOW


LIONS OF LUANGWA
Lion Camp | 5 Nights
USD $5,432.25 pp | Group Size: 4

15 - 20 Sep 2019 | BOOK NOW
Jun – Oct 2019 | ENQUIRE NOW


PREDATOR LUANGWA
Kaingo & Mwamba Camps | 7 Nights
USD $8,864.75 pp | Group Size: 4

Jun – Oct 2019 | ENQUIRE NOW


EXTENDED LUANGWA
Kafunta River Lodge & Lion Camp | 11 Nights
USD $9,257.35 pp | Group Size: 4

9 - 20 Sep 2019 | BOOK NOW
Jun – Oct 2019 | ENQUIRE NOW


LUXURY LUANGWA
Tena Tena & Nsefu Camp | 7 Nights
USD $tbc pp | Group Size: 4

Jun – Oct 2019 | ENQUIRE NOW


MANA POOLS
John’s Camp | 5 Nights
USD $5,293.70 pp | Group Size: 5

1 - 6 Sep 2019 | BOOK NOW


GREEN SEASON LUANGWA
Track & Trail River Camp | 7 Nights
USD $3,770.00 pp | Group Size: 4

Mar - May 2019 | ENQUIRE NOW


We were immediately struck by Edward’s knowledge and understanding of the bush and the animal kingdom. He used his ears almost as much as his eyes, listening for the calls of the animals and birds to lead us. By the end I began to know some of them myself. I was also struck by how we always seemed to be in the best spot, not just the first to arrive but at the right angle for the light and potential shot. So often he would then move just a few inches one way or the other to perfect it. It would then be “try ISO 6400, f8 and 1/1000sec". His guidance was always so quietly and calmly delivered, reinforcing points time after time so before long it became second nature. Editing my shots recently I am struck by the improvement between the first day and the last.

Nick Gill, UK