Customised and Personal
Private Photographic Safari’s
Up close and Personal with
The Big 5
African Night Sky
Star Photography
Experienced & Avid
Wildlife Photographer
A private Experience at one of our
Exclusive Private Game Lodges
Photographic Safari’s

“All I really wanted to do was Wildlife Photography.”

We have teamed up with renowned professional photographer Richard de Gouveia to offer our guests tailored photographic safaris to Welgevonden Game Reserve. You will be hosted at one of our private game lodges for a two-night photographic safari and workshop which will include lectures, game drives and an evening capturing the African night sky.

If you are an avid photographer or a would just like to learn how to take that special wildlife shot come and join us on a unique experience to the bush.

Rates

The cost per participant guest is R 8,000 for the weekend (Friday to Sunday) which includes accommodation in private en-suite chalets, lectures, game drives and all your meals.

The Photographic Safari’s are booked on a group basis with a minimum of 4 people on the course.

Non-participating guests are welcome to join for R 3,500 on a sharing basis.


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Wildlife Photography Itinerary

Below is the suggested itinerary providing a guide to the activities and timing thereof for the duration of your stay with us.

Please note that times may change based on weather and sightings on game drives.

As the Workshops are booked on a private basis the itineraries can be customized to suit your needs.

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Richard de Gouveia
About

I can still remember where I was standing at the age of seven years old when I said, “I want to be a guide when I grow up!” Many years later after finishing school and going through university studying environmental management, I ended up working the corporate world conducting environmental impact assessments which were extremely interesting but there was something missing from my life… Passion. It took a long time to decide whether or not to go into guiding but eventually I made up my mind and took the plunge.

After completing my 6 month live-in course in guiding I then started working at a private lodge in Kruger National Park called Tinga and within a year had been offered a position at the prestigious Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve. For the next 5 years I immersed myself in the incredible bushveld that is Sabi Sabi. The amazing things I saw, the fantastic people I met and the education I gained propelled my career forward. I became the assistant head ranger for the company and held this position for just over two years.


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