African photographic safaris

2017 (spaces available)

An unforgettable African safari experience

Lindsay and her husband Brian McPhun have been leading annual photographic safaris throughout southern and east Africa since 1987.

They started out leading groups for the likes of the Santa Barbara Natural History Museum and the Smithsonian but soon had enough interest to put their own trips together and have never looked back.

Spaces are available on the 2017 Botswana explorer and expressions of interest are always welcome for future safaris.

 

Photographic safaris to Africa, led by Lindsay Scott and Brian McPhun

Photographic safaris to Africa, led by Lindsay Scott and Brian McPhun

Their handcrafted itineraries feature Lindsay and Brian's favourite places; destinations that provide some some of the best wildlife viewing and wilderness experiences Africa has to offer.

Safari groups are small (8 - 12 people) and stay in carefully selected luxury camps, which include every amenity while being utterly remote.

Opportunities for wildlife viewing are often available from the accommodation itself, as well as by open 4 x 4 vehicle, canoe, boat, from blinds or on guided walks, depending on the location.


Safaris are typically scheduled for dry months, when the delta draws African wildlife to a concentrated area with access to water.

Prey animals arrive in their thousands and predators, including big cats are never far away, leaving visitors spoilt for viewing and photographic opportunities.

Photographic safaris to Africa, led by Lindsay Scott and Brian McPhun

Photographic safaris to Africa, led by Lindsay Scott and Brian McPhun

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Captured on past safaris