Who doesn’t appreciate a quality photo, which tells a unique story without words? – The kind of photo that brings out unexpected emotions, that leaves one intrigued and imagining what it would feel like to be in that moment.
Here are clues on where to capture amazing photos:
On your way to the Canyon lodges, make a photo stop at the Quiver Tree Forest and climb or sit on some rocks at Giant’s Playground, just a few kilometres outside of Keepmanshoop.
Canyon Roadhouse, Canyon Village or Canyon Lodge be sure to book the Canyon Drive to experience and learn about the captivating geological formation of the Fish River Canyon. Or enjoy a sundowner drive in the Gondwana Canyon Park.
Explore the red sand and fossilised dunes at the Namib Desert Lodge and don’t miss out on breath-taking photo opportunities at Deadvlei.
At the Etosha Safari Camp, you shouldn’t miss out on a few snapshots in our quirky Oshebeena bar or Okambashu restaurant while you enjoy the sounds of our in-house band, the Etosha Safari Boys – who happen to be very photogenic. Get a stellar shot of that giraffe or lazy lion you had to wait over an hour for to wake up in the Etosha National Park.
The mokoros (dug-out boats) at Hakusembe River Lodge, on the banks of the Kavango River, make the perfect illustration for a great story to tell your friends.
While you enjoy your morning coffee or tea on Chobe River Camp’s deck, capture a dazzling photo of the herd of cows or Zebras grazing across the Chobe River.
As you unwind on a boat cruise at the Zambezi Mubala Lodge and take in the beauty of the Zambezi River, you will most probably come across a myriad of Carmine Bee-eaters. So, stop and shoot a spectacular photo of these colourful birds.
Enjoy a boat cruise at the Namushasha River Lodge and catch hippos trying to dunk into the Kwando River because they need a little bit of privacy from the paparazzi, or get an action photo of elephants tackling each other in the river as they cool themselves off on a hot summer’s afternoon. Also visit the Namushasha Heritage Centre for a cultural experience and just capture just a few more photos.
Do enjoy the experience beyond snapshots and take the time to simply immerse yourself in each moment.