What differs your photo tours from ordinary safaris?
What we will learn at photo tours?
What is included in the tour price?
Who participate in photo safaris?
Do you accept non-photographers?
Can we buy air tickets, visas and insurance by ourselves?
How to pay?
How many tours per year you organize?
How you settle a timing of a photo tour?
Do you lead private master-classes?
How many people are in a group?
How long photo tours and expeditions last?
Can we stay in a country after a photo tour and travel by ourselves?
May beginners participate in your photo tours?
What to do if registration is closed and we want to participate in this tour?
Are kids accepted on a photo tour?
If photo tour is paid and I can not go, can I cancel and get a refund?
Can I use your equipment at a photo tour?
Will we have free time during photo tour?
Should I be in very good physical from to participate in your photo tour?
Can I decrease length of trip?
What is an OFF ROAD?
This is a special and official permission to leave main path in a national park and drive closer to an animal for make better photos, and also drive after animal for better camera angle. This permission is given by park’s authorities or ministry of tourism and is quite expensive. If you leave a path and fail to provide this permission you may be sent off the park or even the country, or you can be committed to prison. Serengeti national park in Tanzania has the most severe rules. Wild Animals Safari gets official permissions for our safaris, including night photo sessions. However there parks where off road is prohibited at all, for instance Ngorongoro (Tanzania) and Amboseli (Kenya).
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