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Photographic safaris for the experienced, amateur and novice photographer.

Our safaris and tours also offer opportunities to participate in conservation focussed photographic itineraries for individuals, groups and families.


The Photographers’ Safari

Captured in Africa is founded on the belief that the lens has the power to change people’s perceptions by revealing a depth of detail and bringing people closer to wildlife, people and Africa. 

Whether a skilled professional, novice and occasional or an aspiring young photographer, Captured in Africa will (with the instruction of our skilled, professional photographers and accompanied by experienced rangers) take you through the lens deeper into the world that is the African Bush – from magnificent wildlife and awe-inspiring landscapes to minuscule ecosystems.


You will cover some of the most spectacular destinations Africa has to offer and experience once in a lifetime up-close wild encounters.

Our photographic safaris are limited to an exclusive small number of participants, usually 3 or 4 photographers (other companies can seat 6 to one vehicle which restricts a photographers movement and position), meaning our photographic safaris allow for total creative freedom when on game drives, with dedicated professional tuition and photographic guidance.

Creating Awareness of the Plight of Big Cats

An important part of what our team believes in at Captured In Africa, is the ability to change perceptions and raise awareness of the plight of Big Cats – Conservation Awareness through the Lens.

In order to better protect such magnificent species as Leopards, Lions, Cheetah and even Tigers – either in India or exploited captivity environments in Africa – tourists and safari-goers can play a huge role.

Think about this;

For every Lion killed by a hunter, the same amount of revenue created by that one hunt, would be seen within 6 months of non-hunting tourism, shooting only with your camera. Now multiply that by the many safari goers visiting that same Lion and we have huge sums of revenue being ploughed into local conservation work to protect habitat and wildlife.

…and of course we would rather see these iconic species alive… and this is where you as a traveller and safari goer can help, simply by visiting our beautiful continent, taking nothing but photographs and taking away fantastic memories.

Thank you for helping us create Conservation Awareness