Big Cats of the Northern Sabi Sands Safari
Looking to witness the glory of South Africa’s big cats? If you’ve got the guts, this 5-day photographic safari is where they come out to play! Figuratively speaking, of course.
In the Sabi Sands, Africa’s big cats are on display as they go about their business in their natural habitat. The park is renowned for its spectacular leopard sightings – the most elusive of the Big 5!
Witness these powerful animals, their beauty, majesty, and raw, untamed spirit while enjoying the landscapes and atmosphere of the region. Your perspective is about to change – are you prepared?
Meet and greet upon arrival.
Briefing about the day’s proceedings will follow.
Enjoy lunch and prepare for your first safari.
Other than the famed Big 5, fortune could smile in your favour as you’re treated to sightings of the elusive wild dog, as well as cheetah.
Stop for a break and sundowner drinks and snacks.
Our expert photographer is available to provide guidance and ensure you’ve got the optimal camera settings for what nature offers.
Return to camp.
Dinner and overnight stay.
Wake up to warm drinks and biscuits to start the day before moving out in search of the region’s wondrous wildlife.
Return to camp and enjoy a well-earned breakfast.
Learn about wildlife photo editing with guidance from our expert photographer (who is available throughout the day).
Rest and relaxation follows, with the option to take a guided walking safari (no extra fee).
Tuck in to lunch.
We’ll then follow the same routine as on Day 1.
Wake up to the comfort of warm drinks and biscuits to begin the day.
We’ll move out on safari, searching for the glorious wildlife of South Africa.
Return to camp.
Tuck in to breakfast.
Prepare to leave the lodge and bid farewell for a renewed sense of adventure, life-changing memories, and stunning photographs.
Rates & Dates:
- Maximum 6 guests
- 30% deposit secures your spot
- 3 daily meals
- 2 game drives daily
- Optional daily bush walk
- Legend Safaris Photographic Guide
- Photographic tutoring
- Entry fees
- Items of a personal nature
- Gratuities to staff
- Daily conservation Levy