Outlined below are some of the most incredible wildlife locations in the World – Each trip can be tailored for you needs and budget, you can focus on one area or combine several locations. In Africa a minimum of 2 people is required to secure a booking (with a maximum of 4) in purpose built safari vehicles and a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 11 people onboard ships with highly experience crews in the Arctic. All of trips can be taken with or without a photographic guide…
Be sure to check back here & the Camps & Lodges page often as we add new locations.

We handle everything to do with your booking other than your airline ticket, travel insurance and visas (but of course can assist you with this too).
All you have to do is start a conversation with us via email or phone and we’ll take care of the rest…

Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater & Ndutu – Tanzania.

The very name “Serengeti” conjures up an image of vast African plains teaming with wildlife… Located in north-central Tanzania, the Serengeti is world renowned as one of the best locations on earth for wildlife and nature photography. Following the seasonal rains through Tanzania and Kenya, the migration has to be seen to be believed with over 1.5 million wildebeest & zebra marching on the never ending cycle of life & death passing through dangerous territory and evading lethal predators that can snatch their lives at any given moment. The drama and spectacle is breathtaking. If you only ever come to Africa once, then I highly recommend this outstanding Garden of Eden.

The Serengeti isn’t just about the migration of course. The area has a year-round abundance of resident wildlife including herds of elephants, incredible birdlife, giraffes, zebra, large prides of lions, elusive leopards and not forgetting of course, the magnificent cheetahs. The eastern Serengeti is easily the best place in sub-Saharan Africa to witness and photograph these insanely fast animals.

Game viewing in the Serengeti is unsurpassed, an ancient sanctuary of wondrous beauty with stunning mornings that will make you feel alive coupled with fiery sunsets will will take your breath away! Please contact us for more information on a 2024/25 safari in this stunning location.

Massai Mara – Kenya.

The Maasai Mara is the jewel in the crown for Kenya. The people are welcoming, the Maasai culture is fascinating and the diversity of the wildlife (large & small) is truly jaw-dropping. This along with rolling hills, epic savannahs and some of the best river locations to witness the staggering 1.5 million wildebeest that cross over from Tanzania from July through to October make “The Mara” a truly inspiring place to visit for every aspiring wildlife photographer.

Our preferred camp in the unfenced Maasai Mara Reserve is the very authentic Matira Bush Camp. One of my personal favourites not only because of it’s superb central location but also because of it’s wonderful staff and owners. The camp stands in the very heart of the famous Mara river basin and plays centre stage to one of East Africa’s most diverse wildlife locations. To be laying in bed at night and hear the deep roaring of lions close by is without doubt an experience that you’ll never forget. The Mara has it all and will keep bringing you back! Please make contact for more information about your next great adventure! 

Amboseli National Park – Kenya.

Amboseli National Park is in southern Kenya. It’s known for its large elephant herds and views of the towering Mount Kilimanjaro (that is located across the border in neighbouring Tanzania). Amboseli offers a great add-on to a Serengeti trip as we are able to access the park very easily with a ground based transfer at the Namanga Gate. Located in a private conservancy bordering the national park, our accomodation choice here is the fantastic and very exclusive Elewana Tortilis Camp.

Expect to see varied wildlife including giraffes, zebras, cheetahs and hundreds of bird species. However, the real stars of the show in Amboseli are its magnificent 1000+ elephants. The western section of the park is dominated by the vast Lake Amboseli, which is dry outside the rainy season however is home to incredible birdlife (including the Greater and Lesser Flamingo) at other times. Amboseli is a hidden gem and well worth a visit. No time to waste, click here to make contact for an epic 2024/25 trip!

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kabale & Bwindi Impenetrable Forests – Uganda.

With over 340 different types of mammal, over a 1000 different species of birds and 50% of the world’s mountain gorillas a road trip to Uganda with PKS is truly a unique experience… Departing the capital Kampala on day 2 we past rural areas including tea plantations enroute to the Kibale Forest to observe chimpanzees in their natural habitat. These primates are not fenced in and you will be in their environment. They are totally wild but some groups are accustomed to human presence. Tracking chimpanzees through the forest on the equator with all the sights and sounds makes for a truly memorable experience. In fact, it’s incredible!

From here and after a night’s accomodation, we head for the Queen Elizabeth National Park. The park is home to over 95 mammal species and hundreds of bird species with diverse ecosystems, including sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands. This also makes it the ideal habitat for classic big game, 10 primate species including chimpanzees & stunning birdlife. It also supports 20 different types of carnivores including Lions, Leopards, side stripped jackal and spotted hyena among others. A boat trip on the Kazinga Channel is also included, where you’ll observe large herds of buffalo, elephants and hippo. The area is incredible and will be a highlight of your trip for sure.

Continuing on, we venture into the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest (located in the furthest southern part of Uganda along the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo). The area is host to 50% of the world’s mountain gorillas and is truly an uplifting and very humbling experience to spend time with these gentle giants. Click here to make contact about this unique safari adventure.

Svalbard (Spitsbergen) Arctic Expedition.

Halfway between mainland Norway and the North Pole lies Svalbard. One of the most spectacular & pristine wilderness areas in the world, it has the look and feel of the last frontier and with good reason.

After arriving in Longyearbyen, we board the M/S Stockholm the following day. The Stockholm is a small (but very comfortable) expedition ship with a fantastic crew and is purposely built for high Arctic adventures. Total passenger numbers are limited to a maximum of 12 therefore ensuring personalised service by the crew that also includes two expert Polar guides.

In our quest for epic wildlife images, two zodiacs can be deployed at a moments notice to photograph polar bears, walruses and the illusive Arctic fox. For those into birding, the Arctic is rich in diversity with incredible opportunities. Please contact us for more information on this incredible experience in 2025/26/27.