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You Can Now Sign Up for My 2020 Safaris

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Crouching Leopard
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Keeping my Safari Prices Low for 2020!

See the Serengeti in 2020

I’ve finished organizing my safaris for 2020 and I have great news: I’m still able to keep my prices way below what others other for an equivalent experience. I’m still using the same high quality guides and lodging that I always have. An 11-day safari to Tanzania’s best wildlife spots is just $6,475 in July and October (sorry, my February safari is booked for a private group). That’s more than 30% off the typical price for safaris of this quality.

You don’t need to be a hardcore photographer to join us on this special safari experience; you just need to want to experience the excitement of watching wildlife up close.

On my July and October safaris, we’ll spend 2 nights in Tarangire, 2 nights at the Ngorongoro Crater, 3 nights in the central Serengeti, and wrap up with 2 nights in the Serengeti’s north. Highlights in July are cooler temperatures and a chance to see the wildebeest herds cross the Mara River. In October, the dry season means the wildlife in Tarangire must come down to drink at the Tarangire River, the only water source in the park which makes it easier for us – and predators – to see them. Click here for details on the July safari and click here for details on the October safari.

If you are at all interested in joining us for an incredible experience, contact me asap at info@daveburnsphoto.com.

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Sleepy Hippo
Sleepy Hippo

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 July 2020. Dave’s images are in private collections and galleries. To contact him, use the contact page on this site.

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