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On the wildlife photojournalism program participants explore a variety of reserves and sanctuaries throughout the 28 day photographic training safari

Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve

Mount Camdeboo (“Place of green hills or pools” in ancient Khoisan) Private Game Reserve lies a short way to the east of Graaff-Reinet in the heart of the Great Karoo. Learn more about this beautiful reserve on the website.


Monkeyland is the world’s first free roaming multi-species primate sanctuary. Its mission is to educate and foster greater understanding of our primate cousins and the threats and challenges they are facing.

Birds of Eden

Birds of Eden’s unique two hectare dome (the world’s largest) spans over a gorge of indigenous forest. Currently it is home to over 3,500 birds from over 220 species, with the main focus being African birds. Visits to Birds of Eden are usually self-guided; however, guided walks are offered on request.

Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary

At Jukani our mission is to maintain and manage a sustainable wildlife sanctuary, with the focus on creating widespread awareness about the plight of large predators in captivity, in South Africa and all over the world.

White Shark Africa

White Shark Africa staff have a proud history in White Shark
research, conservation, filming and education so you can be sure that we have a passion and love for these animals and their environment.

Bottlierskop Game Reserve

With the magnificent Outeniqua Mountains as a backdrop and sweeping views out over the glistening Indian Ocean below, lies Botlierskop Private Game Reserve. We explore this incredible wildlife reserve on horseback