Sabi Sand South Africa March 2014

 

Sabi Sand, South Africa ~ The land of the Leopard

Nowhere in South Africa will you experience leopard density quite like that of the Sabi Sand Reserve.
Sharing over 31 miles of un-fenced borders with the Kruger National Park,
this diverse tract is home to lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo, elephant and more

This Safari is sold out, please consider our March 2015 Safari to Sabi Sand

Custom photography vehicle ...
Each photographer gets a custom swivel seat with a wimberley head on a post.

Please Note: In this vehicle configuration there are 2 photographers per row in a vehicle. See sample vehicle configuration here
 

 

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Join wildlife and adventure photographer Gavin Slabbert for this 10 day action-packed safari workshop in the heart of the world renowned Sabi Sand Private game reserve which is in the heart of South Africa’s big cat country.

Gavin will provide instruction before during and after each shoot, and will share his secrets to capturing the elusive “dramatic moment”.

Track the big five as you become immersed in the diverse wildlife and unique cultures of Southern Africa. Enjoy and experience the all inclusive deluxe accommodation, service, hospitality and ethnic cuisine catered by our private chef.

Dates:

March 3rd - March 12th 2014

Current availability:

2 Singles or 1 couple (as of 21st January 2014)

 

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Workshop includes:

10 morning game drives in our private game vehicle
10 afternoon / Evening game drives in our game drive vehicle
10 days accommodation in Private rondavels in the Game Reserve
Breakfast lunch and dinner provided by our Private chef
4 Photography workshop sessions each 3 hours in duration
Personalized training in the field for those that require it
1 late night workshop session on shooting star trails and astro-photography and long exposures
Transportation to and from Hoedspruit airport to Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve
All tourism levies
VAT (South African Sales tax)
All entry and gate fees to the reserves

 

Location:

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, South Africa

 

Accommodation:

The lodge is a small, authentic bush camp in the world renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve, with 500 hectares of privately owned land & another 8000 hectares of additional traversing - you can be assured of exceptional game viewing - especially leopard and the rest of the "big 5" and only has 8 traditionally thatched rooms - set among indigenous gardens - creating a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

 

Food:

We focus on freshly produced meals in wonderful surroundings - complimenting the friendly and attentive service, all of which is included.

 

Number of Guests / Photographers:

We limit the safari to 6 Guests / photographers

 

What you will gain from the workshop:

Composition techniques for action photography
Stunning images of Leopard, Lion, Cheetah, and the balance of the Big 5
Photographing moving subjects in a variety of lighting situations
Panning techniques to create the sense of movement
Lens selection and composition to create emotion and impact in your images
Workflow tips and techniques to improve images
Critiques to open your eyes to different possibilities & improve your photographic skills

 Deposit is required at time of booking to reserve your spot on safari.

Payment in full is required no later than 160 days prior to the safari.

 

Refund and Cancellation Policy:

All deposits are fully refundable up to 90 days from the date of the reservation, unless the reservation is made within 6 months of the safari commencement date, then the following refund policy will apply.
After 90 days from the date of the reservation 50% of the deposit is refundable up to 6 months prior to the Safari.
Within 6 months of the safari commencement date, and up to 90 days prior the commencement date of the safari, 100% of the deposit is forfeited, all other funds are refundable.
Unfortunately there is no refund for no shows or cancellations within 90 days of this safari.

For additional information you may want to read through the FAQ page

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