South African Wildlife Safaris
South African Widlife Safaris – Wild Expressions Photo Tours and Safaris is proud to be associated with select operators in South Africa and select Private Game reserves in South Africa. All are photographer friendly and comfortable for all levels of travellers and photographers.
A South African Wildlife Safari is high on the bucket lists of many travellers, and promises endless memories and adventure. South Africa boasts a huge collection of private and public wildlife areas and parks. This leads to a huge diversity of wildlife and birdlife species. South Africa is the proud home of no fewer than 20 national parks. This includes two of the world’s most famous wildlife reserves, the Kruger National Park and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. These have massive biodiversity and world-class safari opportunities.
Below are our premier South Africa Wildlife Safaris and Photo Tours packages for all travellers and photographers. These are privately guided with a registered Photographer and Nature specialist. We are in a unique position, as we are able to give you options for all requirements from your home to the destination and return. Including flights, visas, PCR tests, transfers and hire cars and much more.
Sabi Sands Wildlife Safari
These private safaris are conducted in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. It is located adjacent to the Kruger National Park in the Lowveld of Mpumalang. Here the sightings often include the Big 5 but a highlight is the incredible density of Leopards. Many photo opportunities can be had.
South Africa Wildlife Safaris
For Wild Expressions Photo Tours and Safaris, the guest experience is the most important concern. It starts with building a relationship with the client, sharing a love for the wilderness, and providing a quality expedition. When you have experienced one of the Private Wildlife Game reserves, you will truly be in love with Africa.
“Many of the earth’s habitats, animals, plants, insects and even micro-organisms that we know to be rare may not be known at all by future generations. We have the capability and the responsibility to act; we must do so before it is too late.”
His Holiness – The Dalai Lama