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A&T Photographic Safaris
Welcome to Araneta & Tan and our world of wildlife and nature photography. We operate regular photographic safaris and workshops in Africa and aim to help you see and capture some of the most spectacular sights in the African continent.
Photographic safaris - where the primary purpose of the safari is to try to capture the beauty of the landscape and wildlife through photography.

African safaris are breathtaking and memorable experiences in themselves but, for us, photography has even then managed to greatly enhance the enjoyment of a safari. This is what we'd like to share this with you.

With digital cameras and SLRs, photography has never been more accessible to all - take this opportunity to improve your photography skills accompanied by professional photographers, in a setting that will inspire you like nowhere else. And take home with you the stories of a lifetime told through pictures...
July 10-19th, 2009
Tanzania Great Migration
The Serengeti Migration - also known as the Great Migration - is arguably the most spectacular natural wonder of the world. Over a million wildebeasts and hundreds of thousands of gazelle and zebra traverse the Serengeti in their annual migration. We will spend several days in the Serengeti to photograph the migration and other resident wildlife before moving on to the scenic Lake Manyara and finally to the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sep 18-27th, 2009
Southern Tanzania
Selous National Park and Ruaha are the primary destinations for this photographic safari trip. Selous is the largest national park in Africa, about four to five times the size of the Serengeti. Ruaha is the second largest national park in Tanzania and acknowledged to be one of the most unspoiled wildlife destinations. Here we will take advantage of the fantastic photographic opportunities during the dry season, when food and water are scarce and the resident wildlife and predators congregate around watering holes.

March 5-14th, 2010
The Serengeti National Park is one of the most renowned
national parks in Africa and for good reason. We will have incredible opportunities to photograph the diverse range of wildlife here with the endless plains of the Serengeti as our backdrop. The picturesque Lake Manyara will be our next stop and we will end with a visit to the unique Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your visit to Tanzania will make you understand why this is one of the favourite destinations for wildlife photographers worldwide. Click here for full schedule.

2 places available
May 21-30th, 2010
Tanzania will always be one of our favourite nature and
wildlife photographic destinations in the world. Join us on this memorable journey of discovery as we endeavour to capture the stunning beauty of the resident and roaming wildlife in the endless plains of the Serengeti National Park. We will visit both the western corridor and the central Serengeti on this safari where we expect to catch up with the migrating herds of wildebeasts, zebra and gazelle. The picturesque Lake Manyara and its diverse range of habitats will be our next stop before we make our way to the unique Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We apologise that most of our scheduled trips are now fully booked.

More photo safari dates are currently being planned. We're currently exploring unique safari opportunities in Uganda & Botswana and will keep you updated.

If you have any queries, please e-mail us at Contact Us.



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