At African Photography Safaris, we believe in going beyond teaching photography techniques. We believe passing on our fieldcraft and subject knowledge not only makes our guests better photographers, but it also helps us all work more ethically and promotes conservation too.
We place great importance on treating people, the environment and wildlife with respect. We work in areas where there is a constant need to balance the impact of people and the well-being of the natural habitats and eco-systems. Our wildlife photography safaris favour locations where tourist numbers are very carefully managed, where rules are establised to avoid disturbance and stress to wildlife and their habitats.
We also favour camps and lodges in private conservancies and reserves where our presence provides benefits to wildlife conservation groups and helps local community employment, health and education initiatives.
We actively contribute towards the crucial work of the Mara Predator Conservation programme, both financially and also by providing photographic resources. We also visit and donate money to rhino conservation in the Mara Conservancies.
Our international flights include subscriptions to CO2 impact programmes and re-forestation.