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Group Tours


Although we specialise in tailor-made individual holidays, we do appreciate that there are people who prefer to travel as part of a small group. Featured below are a selection of quality small group safaris (and information on specialist ‘photography’ workshops) which operate on a scheduled departure basis. These have been specifically chosen because they offer a fantastic itinerary and are run by very good companies. We have given a brief description and specific costs for the departures listed (click on the safari name for a more detailed itinerary). For further information, please contact us.


Northern Highlights is a 10 day safari using serviced mobile tented camps operated by Letaka Safaris – visits the Moremi, Khwai, Savuti and Chobe River areas. Maximum 9 participants per safari.

2018 prices vary from £2280.00 to £3740.00. NO single supplement (Maun to Kasane or v/v – flights extra, please speak to us).

2018 Departure Dates (ex Maun or Kasane): Jun 01, 04, 08, 12, 18, 19 and 21; Jul 01, 02, 06, 09, 16, 17, 20, 27, 30 and 31; Aug 03, 10 (both directions), 18, 21, 24 (both directions); Sep 01, 04 (both directions), 10, 12, 16, 18, 26; Oct 02, 06, 07, 10, 13, 14, 17, 21, 25, 26; Nov 03, 06, 09, 13, 14, and 24.

Photographic Workshop with Letaka Safaris are hosted by James Gifford, co-author of ‘Wildlife in Botswana: A practical guide’. Get the most out of your camera on these personalized 10 day safaris which cater for just 6 participants. The safari visits the Moremi, Khwai and Savuti areas, spending three nights in each.

2018 Departure Dates (ex Maun): 24 May, 08 November         Price: £3980.00 per person

Guided Photography Groups

We also work closely with a number of professional photographers who offer their own small groups departures concentrating on wildlife photography. If this is of interest, please click the links to go through to their specific websites. These include:

Peter Smart Photography, Photographers on Safari, Richard Costin Wildlife Photography, Martin Fowkes Wild Photography, Bob Brind-Surch Natures Photos, and Howe Photography

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