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Our purpose is to change the way people see the world – whether through their travels to some of the most pristine wilderness regions in Africa, or through the viewfinder and lens of their camera. Part of this change comes in the form of our range of specialist expeditions aimed at those who have a specific agenda in mind when they travel. These offerings range from a dedicated birding safari in the South Lungwa (...

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Dethroned by a catfish

We’ve been traveling to Mabalingwe Nature Reserve for a few years and the highlight of each trip has been a pair of African fish eagles who reigned over the ... read more

Lions on the Dunes

Everyone who has visited the Kgalagadi wants to capture the iconic Kalahari lions on the photogenic typical red sand dunes of the Nossob and Auob fossil riverbeds. Yet, ... read more

Another one bites the dust

It was a lovely winter's morning in the Savute. We were driving around looking for some interesting sightings while the light was still sweet. As we entered a clearing I ... read more

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About Wild Eye

Our purpose is to change the way people see the world – whether through their travels to some of the most pristine wilderness regions in Africa, or through the viewfinder and lens of their camera. Part of this change comes in the form of our range of specialist expeditions aimed at those who have a specific agenda in mind when they travel. These offerings range from a dedicated birding safari in the South Lungwa (Birding Safaris), a mountain bike trail through Botswana’s Tuli Block Adventure Safaris), walking along the banks of the Levuvhu River in the Kruger National Park (Walking Safaris) and even heading out in search of the Dugongs of Benguera Island (Scientific & Conservation Safaris). On the photographic side of things, our mission is to build a vibrant community of photographers who are no longer intimidated by photographic safaris and the perception that one’s photographic abilities are directly proportional to the size of ones lens. This is reflected in our photographic courses which aim to take you on a photographic journey starting at the very beginning (Digital Photography Course) before heading out on one of our photographic workshops (eg. 5 day Tuli Nature Photography workshops). Your journey culminates in one of our unique photographic safaris ranging from 4 nights in the Timbavati, right up to 10 nights in Svalbaard.