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Botswana: The Ultimate Photographic Safari – Photo Tour 2017
Anette Mossbacher and Peter Delaney will lead a private group of six photographers into one of Africas last living Edens, Botswana. This Unique Photograhic Safari covers three of Botswana’s premier Wildlife destinations. The Okavango Delta, Savute and Chobe.

The Safari Photo Tour Dates: 27th October until 6th of November 2017

The Ultimate Photographic Safari
DECEMBER 13, 2016 BY ANETTE MOSSBACHER
Botswana: The Ultimate Photographic Safari – Photo Tour 2017
Anette Mossbacher and Peter Delaney will lead a private group of six photographers into one of Africas last living Edens, Botswana. This Unique Photograhic Safari covers three of Botswana’s premier Wildlife destinations. The Okavango Delta, Savute and Chobe.

The Safari Photo Tour Dates: 27th October until 6th of November 2017

Lioness snarling, side view of wildlife animal on ultimate photographic safari in Botswana, Africa

About the Photo Tour locations:
Okavango Delta
Is an emerald oasis in the heart of Botswana. This life giving water rises from its source in the Angolan highlands and dies in the scorching sands of the Kalahari desert. The Okavago delta during the dry season (Oct-Nov) has the highest concentrations of wildlife in Southern Africa. The delta fringes and flood plains attracts huge numbers of grazers which in turn attracts large numbers of predators. Lions, Hyenas, Leopards and Wild Dog can be encountered on a daily basis.

Photographic highlights include the large herds of Buffalo and breeding herds of Elephants. These herds as they trek daily to the deltas waters kick up clouds of dust creating an ethereal glow in the last rays of an African sunset. The delta is home to the indigenous Lechwe who make spectacular photographic subjects as they leap through channels clear waters.

Expect to see pods of Hippos in the lagoon areas of the delta. The shallow are perfect for bird species in particular the waders, storks herons and egrets.

Savute:
Is a dry arid area within the Chobe National park created by the unpredictable water flow of the Savute channel. The animals are reliant on a few waterholes some man made. During the dry season the wildlife congregate around these vital water sources. Late afternoons entire herds of different species can be seen crowded around the same waterhole. This can lead too spectacular action photography as tolerance levels of animals are pushed to the limits.

Chobe River:
The Chobe river marks the boundary with the Caprivi strip in Namibia. The Chobe is famed for its large populations of Buffalo and Elephant. Some 70,000 elephant are found in the Chobe National park. The highest density of Elephants in Africa. They provide wonderful photographic opportunities as they come to the river bank to drink and swim. Late afternoon you can expect to see all the animals from the nearby forest coming down to drink.

Duration of the Photo Tour: 27th October 2017 until 6th of November 2017

More information at: http://www.anettemossbacher.com/ultimate-photographic-safari/

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