For more than 10 years, Encompass Africa has been creating fantastic photo safaris and tours for individuals, couples, and groups of photography enthusiasts keen on reaching Africa’s remote and stunning photo-productive destinations.
And now we can announce three exciting new initiatives, featuring Michael Snedic, founder of WildNature Photo Expeditions, Nikon school tutor and one of Australia’s most accomplished and talented wildlife and nature photographers.
We’ve been working with Michael since 2014, and with several photographic safari tours under our belts, felt it was time to provide guests with even richer experiences and more ways to get that perfect, iconic shot of Africa while on safari.
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1. African safaris, private photographer
We’re now working with Michael to offer what we call the “Rolls-Royce” of photo safaris, as it’s the ultimate way to travel. You’ll go on a once-in-a-lifetime safari, following an itinerary designed exclusively for you, and with Michael by your side as your own personal photographer. For the entire trip he’ll be dedicated solely to giving you expert tuition and helping you reach the next level in your photography.
2. Private tuition with a pro
And whether you book one of these tailor-made private tours with Michael or one of his fantastic group tours, all Encompass Africa guests travelling with Michael Snedic will now be offered exclusive private tuition prior to departure. Guests living in south-east Queensland will be invited to attend a face-to-face session with Michael, while anyone living further afield will be able to embrace modern technology and enjoy private tuition via FaceTime or Skype.
3. Photo Voyages 2021 Collection
Encompass Africa is proud to partner with professional wildlife/nature photographer and Nikon school tutor Michael Snedic, founder of WildNature Photo Expeditions, to create a Photo Voyages Collection for 2021. This exclusive collection of four distinctive photographic tours takes a handful of guests each time to Ethiopia, Kenya, Botswana and (drum roll please…) Sri Lanka.