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Date: October 9, 2019
Time: 12:00 am  to  12:00 am

A 9-day photographic safari through two of Botswana’s most wildlife rich regions, led by photojournalist Ami Vitale.

Renowned photojournalist Ami Vitale leads this safari through Botswana’s Chobe National Park and the remarkable Okavango Delta, where guests can make use of Ami’s extensive knowledge as well as specially adapted safari vehicles and on-site photo labs, an experience which provides budding wildlife photographers with everything they need to craft the perfect shot.

The safari will take place Oct. 9-Oct. 17. Come join in!

Learn more at Natural World Safaris.

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