Jaci’s Lodges’ Photographic Safari


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Whether you’re an aspiring amateur snapper with a passion for wildlife or a professional papparazzo with lots of glass looking for that perfect photographic moment, the Jaci’s Lodges‘ photographic safari options guarantee an encounter with some of the most sought-after wildlife subjects.

The ‘Terrapin Hide’ is a submerged photographic hide that is located in the Jaci’s Waterhole providing incredible water level photographic opportunities as the animals come down to drink at the waterhole. Accessed via an underwater tunnel which starts under the star bed, and due to the camp being fenced, it is accessible 24/7 without the need for a guide.

In addition, Jaci’s Lodges has developed a specialised ‘photographic vehicle’, equipped with Gimpro game viewer mounts and professional level DSLR equipment. All guest’s need to do is book a seat and be willing to learn from one of the best photographic guides in South Africa.

Acclaimed wildlife and nature photographer, Andrew Aveley, has joined the Jaci’s Lodges team as the resident photographic professional. Mr Aveley will guests on safaris, teaching them everything from basic operations of the equipment to aperture and composition, as well as being available to guests in the editing studio after photographic safaris. Andrew will be at Jaci’s Lodges for eight residency stints in 2016, with each residency ranging from 10 to 14 days.

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