Cheetah Plains Game Reserve

Photographic safari par excellence

Cheetah Plains Private Game Reserve
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Unrivalled, the Cheetah Plains photographic safari, in a specialised vehicle, promises to have you on the edge of your seat - and to provide unforgettable photographic opportunities.
 
Diarise November 9, 2012 for the next photographic excursion in Sabi Sand Game Reserve’s Cheetah Plains, world renowned - particularly for Big Cat photography - this safari experience promises a lifetime of memorable moments.
 
A professional photographer will ensure you benefit from one-on-one instruction on everything from how to achieve the best position for the ultimate wildlife shot to professional tips on image editing. Pre-game-drive and post-game-drive briefings are included.
 
A comfortable lodge, friendly environment, professional wildlife photographer, custom built photographic vehicle and superb game viewing provides an unforgettable experience.
 
Cheetah Plains, in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, is world renowned for Big Five game viewing.
 
The lodge offers intimacy, exclusivity, charming service, a warm welcome and restful accommodation in a place you’ll start calling “home”.
 
The photographic safari package includes:
Three nights’ accommodation
Three meals daily
Only four photographers per vehicle – three spouse seats available
Tuition by a professional wildlife photographer
Post image editing
Daily game-viewing activities
 
Rented equipment can be arranged.
 
A notebook or tablet, card readers and enough memory cards are strongly recommended.
 
All levels of photographers are welcome
 
To book phone +27 13 751 3270 / +27 08611 64566 or email: reservations@cheetahplains.com / info@africaphotographictravel.co.za
 
Direct media queries to Stephanie Back of Nicky Arthur PR – phone: 021 424 0384 or email: stephanie@nickyarthurpr.com
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