Photographic Safaris

Klaserie Priviate Game Reserve - Greater Kruger National Park or Black Rhino Privte Game Reserve - Pilanesberg National Park

We have joined forces with the Johannesburg branch of the Honorary Rangers along with Moriti Private Safaris to bring you an exciting Wildlife Photographic Safari in the Klaserie. All proceeds go to the SAN Parks Honorary Rangers who do fantastic work in the raising of funds to help our wildlife. It is an amazing opportunity for photographers who would like the opportunity to photograph wildlife in their natural habitat. You will also have the opportunity to leave the vehicle and photograph some species at more favourable angles. Between drives there will be some theoretical tuition to make sure you understand all the jargon along with the features of you camera. The best part, there are only 6 of you giving your professional game guide and professional photographer time to ensure some magical images. Prices available on request. Dates will be published soon. 

Safari Summary


  • Run exclusively for small groups of no more than 6 people
  • Hosted by professional wildlife photographer, Michael Tucker, along with Shaun Taylor of Moriti Private Safaris
  • Develop your wildlife photography skills and techniques with on the spot training and tuition
  • Learn how to process your images using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
  • Game drives on safari vehicles with a guaranteed "side"
  • All food, soft drinks and activities are included


This beautiful camp is set among large sausage and fever trees in a beautiful garden that attracts some amazing birds… It is the perfect place to launch your search for the Big 5 as all of them are well represented in the area with the camp found in the middle of a large lion prides territory

This private establishment is situated on 7 900 acres (13 mi²) within the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve which is located next to the Kruger National Park with no boundary fences between them

This select camp offers a truly private wildlife experience! Built next to a water trough, we often have elephant and general game like impala and zebra visiting us daily as well as our resident male leopard that patrols the drainage line that surrounds the camp at night

The camp is a thatched camp with well spaced out rooms and a central entertainment area where meals and sightings are shared around the roaring fire at night looking up at a million stars…

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