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Wild Eye Photographic Travel is LIVE

Andrew Beck Photographic Travel 2 Comments

Wild Eye has been operational for just over 4 years now and we are continuously looking for ways to expand and improve our services to our new and return guests alike.

Over the years we have assisted many guests with arranging extensions to their scheduled photographic safari departures that they are joining us for as well as in assisting them planning their own travels in Africa. It makes sense that so many of our guests turn to us to assist them given our extensive experience in both the photographic safari industry as well as the travel and hospitality industry.

With this in mind, we are pleased to announce the launch of our Photographic Travel division, bringing you bespoke itineraries for photographers by photographers.

What’s New?

Our scheduled departures and private guided safari offerings remain unchanged but we now bring you the option to book your own travel through our experienced team of guides. No set departures, no set durations just complete flexibility to travel on your own but with the safety, professionalism and backing of the Wild Eye brand.


For ease of reference we have added five core offerings to our travel website

Photographer Friendly Lodges

Not all lodges cater to photographic minded guests and there are a number of variables at each destination which we feel contribute to a lodge being referred to as “Photographer Friendly”. Each of the lodges we have selected have in some way made an effort to cater to photographic guests. Be it through the option to make use of photographic hides, the provision of bean bags, custom built photographic vehicles, the option of hiring a private vehicle, or simply having a qualified photographic guide on site. Click here for more info...

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The Photographic Hide at Little Makalolo Camp | Hwange

Iconic Destinations

There are certain places in Africa that have become renowned for their beauty and photographic opportunities. Our selection of what we call “iconic photographic destinations” brings together some of the most popular, and some of the more unknown, photographic destinations on offer in Africa. Click here for more info…

Pelo Camp Okavango Delta

Pelo Camp | Okavango Delta

Ultimate Journeys

This selection of ultimate safari journeys represents a mixture of set departures and bespoke itineraries which visit the most photogenic and iconic destinations in a number of countries. Included in this portfolio are a handful of unique and highly sought after experiences such as tracking Desert Black Rhino on foot in Namibia, Gorilla Trekking in Uganda, Chimpanzee Trekking in Tanzania, the Great Wildebeest Migration in the Masai Mara and Serengeti and even the flowers of the west coast of South Africa. Click here for more info…

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Kings Camp | Part of the 8 Night Seasons In Africa Safari

Travel Specials & Bush Breaks

Need I say more? These travel specials and bush breaks will be updated on a regular basis and may only run for a short period of time so if you see something you like, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us in order to secure the deal! Click here for more info…

SADC Resident Specials

SADC Resident Specials allow residents of the various SADC countries to take advantage of dramatically reduced rates at a number of camps and simultaneously avoid the volatility of the ZAR to USD exchange rates. Click here for more info…

So, if you’re looking for a weekend getaway to your favourite local photographic destination or perhaps the trip of a lifetime through Botswana’s Okavango Delta, call on our pofessional services to help change the way you travel!

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About the Author

Andrew Beck

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Very few people can tell you what their passion in life is. Even fewer will be able to tell you that what they do for a living is in fact their passion. My love for the bush and conservation took me on journey which would not only allow me to explore the continent which fascinates me so much, but to share my passion for photography and conservation with others. Be sure to check out my my website and instagram account.

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  1. Guy Parkes

    Wow, great initiative Andrew , Gerry and your team, my travel times to Africa dont always fit in with your scheduled sfaris so this is a fantastic option. I do have a question I don’t see any Tanzania options have i missed something?

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      Andrew Beck

      Hi Guy

      Thanks for the comment. You’ll see a couple more destinations and itineraries being loaded onto the site over the coming months. These will include Zambia, Tanzania and Namibia so do keep an eye on the site for updates.

      Namibia would be of particular interest for you as a keen landscape photographer!

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