TBC 2022
Kwantu Game Reserve, South Africa
£3860 per person

Celebrate the influence of video and photography as a conservation tool by joining us in South Africa for a worldwide conservation photography festival.

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Learn about the importance of photography in conservation during this South Africa Wildlife & Conservation Photography Course. You will directly help to promote the protection and survival of Africa’s Big 5 in this beautiful conservation area, whilst gaining practical experience in nature photography and help raise awareness of environmental and conservation issues.

Why a South Africa Photography Holiday?

The Kwantu South Africa Wildlife & Conservation Photography Course is the most comprehensive wildlife photography qualification in South African Wildlife, where students get the opportunity to learn new skills with an award-winning professional photographer, in a ground-breaking conservation project.

This conservation photography holiday see’s you join a fantastic conservation project, near Port Elizabeth, in their mission to save Africa’s Big 5 – Elephants, Lions, Rhino, Cape Buffalo and the elusive Leopard. Improve your skills as a photographer and learn about how photography is important in conservation, all whilst working with the wildlife that calls this location home.

Our extensive curriculum covers many aspects and techniques, from basic to advanced, including wildlife portrait, animal behaviour, fine art, documentary and camera trap photography.

During the course you will gain practical experience in wildlife photography, while contributing to the conservation of South Africa’s wildlife. Using your new skills, you will support NGO’s and help raise awareness of environmental and conservation issues throughout Africa.

Each day will bring a new challenge and new skill to learn, progressively getting more advanced, until you finally achieve Kwantu African Wildlife & Conservation Photography Qualification.

In addition to the Big 5, the reserve is home to 100s of species such as Zebra, Hippos, Giraffes, Monkeys and Baboons plus over 250 species of birdlife. The reserve and work undertaken here is at the forefront of conservation, with 20,000 trees per year planted to enhance the many habitats found within the park.