Announcing my March 2015 Photo Safari to Tanzania

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Elephant Between Two Trees

My new African photo safari in March 2015 is now ready! It’s an 11-day, 10-night safari that hits the best locations in Tanzania’s northern circuit:

  • We start with 2 nights at a lodge within Tarangire National Park. Tarangire is not as well known as places like the Serengeti but that just means fewer crowds. It is one of my favorite locations and I always come away with great images. It is full of beautiful landscapes and at this time of year is full of wildlife.
  • We then head out for 5 nights in the legendary Serengeti. Our camp is in the midst of the short-grass plains in the southern Serengeti – right where the migration herds will be. We’re there at the end of foaling season so there should be young wildebeest and zebras.
  • Next is 2 nights at the Ngorongoro Crater – an ancient caldera considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The Crater is teeming with herd animals, birds, and of course, predators! On my last trip, we saw male lions feasting on a freshly killed buffalo, sparring with hyenas who wanted a piece of the prize.
  • We will also visit a Maasai boma for an amazing cultural photographic opportunity.

For more information, please check out all the details on the tour page. If you’re interested, don’t hesitate to contact me. That could be you photographing that lioness!

— Dave

Photographers and Lioness in the Serengeti

About Dave Burns

Dave Burns is a wildlife, travel, and landscape photographer whose passions range from the beauty of the African savanna to the streets of Paris. He created Dave Burns Photo Tours to share his favorite places with other photographers, help them capture unique images, and learn more about photography and digital work flow. His next trip is an African photo safari to the Serengeti in February 2021. Dave’s images are in private collections and galleries. To contact him, use the contact page on this site.

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