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South Africa – Leopards of Londolozi Signature Workshop 2020

South Africa – Leopards of Londolozi Signature Workshop 2020

FULLY BOOKED

14 Feb 2020 – 19 Feb 2020

ORYX Photo Tours and World Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013 Greg du Toit are proud to present a carefully crafted expedition to one of Africa’s ultimate wildlife photographic destinations, South Africa’s Londolozi Game Reserve.

 

For decades, Londolozi has enchanted wildlife enthusiasts the world over with the remarkable sightings it routinely produces. The “Big 5” are common here, but it is most famous for the incredible sightings of the big cats. Lion, Cheetah and Leopard are routinely seen, however it is the viewing of the enigmatic Leopard that is widely regarded as some of the best on earth! The Endangered African Wild Dog and Spotted Hyaena also occur, completing the quintet of Africa’s large savanna carnivores.

 

Hands-on tuition by photographic master Greg du Toit is sure to take you photography to the next level, bringing out your best in the big cat paradise that is Londolozi.

Why this Photo Safari is for You

Destination Allure

Londolozi represents some of the finest opportunities in Africa to photograph Leopard – these cats have for many generations grown up in the presence of game drive vehicles, and this habituation will allow you unparalleled opportunities to observe and photograph these remarkable felines.

Wildlife

The Sabi Sands region is known for its wildlife saturation and its healthy herbivore population in this area guarantees an excellent food source for a barrage of large predators such as Lion, Spotted Hyena and Cheetah. White Rhino, Elephant and Cape Buffalo are gentle giants in the bushveld and will also offer great photographic opportunities.

Luxury at its Best

Stay at one of the finest camps in the Sabi Sands and indulge in 5-star accommodations with the highest level of comfort and service.

Small Group Departures

Travel to wildlife saturated Sabi Sands region with a maximum of only 3 individuals for a private photo safari experience.

Guided Experience

Wildlife Photographer of the Year winner 2013 Greg Du Toit has visited the Sabi Sands area numerous times over the years, and local knowledge of the region and its wildlife is key to crafting the ultimate photo safari. Greg will provide hands-on tuition to ensure that you obtain your dream images.

ORYX LEADER
Greg du Toit

6 Days
3 Guests + 1 ORYX Leader
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Londolozi Private Game Reserve
  • Photographic Highlights
    Leopard, Lion, Cheetah, Spotted Hyaena, Cape Buffalo, Elephant
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Day 1: Arrival in Londolozi Game Reserve

Today is the first day of our South African photo safari as we arrive at Londolozi Game Reserve.
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Days 2 to 5: Londolozi Game Reserve

The root of the word Londolozi is the Zulu word for protect and means “protector of all living things” – an ambitious conservation ethic that Londolozi Game Reserve embraces in its sensitivity to the wildlife in South Africa. Breeding herds of Elephant and Cape Buffalo roam throughout the area, while White Rhino and Lion are likely to be seen. An open area of grassland often attracts Cheetah, while Londolozi is also famous for its Leopards. Over three decades, a remarkable relationship between wild free ranging Leopards and trackers has developed, which makes Londolozi Game Reserve world famous for an idyllic African photo safari. There is no disputing that viewing the Leopards of Londolozi is one of life’s truly treasured experiences!
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Day 6: Londolozi and departure

After breakfast and your final morning game drive, this incredible South African photo safari sadly comes to an end.

Location

South Africa – Big Cats of LondoloziDelmar Hoogendoorn, South Africa

I actually do not have the words to describe how incredible this journey was. I can only thank you for bringing back this little piece of heaven called the Sabi Sands back into my life again. Your ORYX friend for life.

South Africa – Big Cats of LondoloziDeborah and Russell Keener Brown, USA

Thanks so much for all you did to make our Safari experience epic! We really appreciated all the extra efforts to each detail. Especially, our bags and transport service….what a way to get through the airports with you guys – we were whisked away from the gate and escorted through customs. And, we love our Oryx bags – especially Russell.

It was such a privilege to spend a week with Greg. On all levels he is a joy to spend time in the bush with. It’s really apparent through his passion, knowledge and talent why he is The Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

We had some amazing sightings. From following mating leopards for 5 hours on my birthday to packs of wild dogs, cheetahs, and 19 different leopards. Oh, and two snakes! And of course, spending some time with Claire was very special to us.

South Africa – Big Cats of LondoloziCody Linde, United States of America

Greg DuToit is incredible! He took the time to make sure everyone understood the technical aspects involved in getting the shot, even if it meant he had to sacrifice not getting the shot for himself. His focus is getting the client the results they desire. Not only is he knowledgable about photography, but he teaches you about the animals and environment. As 2013 wildlife photographer of the year he is an excellent source for providing you with a critique should you ask for an analysis of your work. Also, he is one of the most humble human beings on this planet.

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