Bespoke Best of Tanzania

I have designed incredible private Tanzania photo safari itineraries. Get in touch via the contact form at the end of this page to plan your own bespoke Tanzania photo safari.

Explore the Tanzania ‘photographic safari possibilities’ portfolio by scrolling down and clicking on any image to enlarge…

Design your own ultimate East Africa photo safari from this list of iconic destinations…

Watch this fun YouTube video from a safari to a private concession in the Serengeti.

Read my African photographic safaris FAQ and see Guest Testimonials.

There are very few countries as diverse as Tanzania making it one of the ultimate countries for a private African photography safari. A Tanzania private photo safari offers it all, from remote islands and deep sparkling lakes, through to some of the largest and remotest parks and game reserves on the continent. Mountains, craters, great apes, vast plains and remote bush are all combined in this country and this is what sets it apart from any other. The famed Serengeti is a diverse park and by combining various elements and parts of it, you will be exposed to incredible predators and ‘predators within vistas’. The Ngorongoro Crater is quite simply the 8th natural wonder and a short visit is all that is required to obtain incredible photographs and memories.

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The Mahale Mountains are home to the largest wild population of Chimpanzee in the world and a Mahale chimpanzee photo safari experience is hard to beat.


The camp, aptly named Greystoke, is widely acknowledged as one of Africa’s most sublime safari destinations. Then, as if this is not enough, the Tanzania southern circuit photo experience which includes a combination of a Selous photo safari, a Ruaha photo safari and a Katavi photo safari is all about wild bush country. You will explore the far-flung corners of Ruaha with one of Africa’s finest safari guides. A Tanzania southern circuit photo safari is all about combining a luxury African photo safari with canvas camping, fly camping, boating and walking.

Tanzania, of all the countries, has the best ability to combine iconic destinations like the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater, with remoter destinations like the Selous and Ruaha.

Watch this YouTube video from the wild heart of Africa.

Photographing baobabs and stars in Ruaha is a must!

This country has such a wide dynamic range that it is recommended that you divide it into a northern and southern circuit, with each requiring about two weeks of travel time. Of course we can combine the two circuits into one ultimate Tanzania private photographic safari for you, selecting the best of both the north and the south.

Fill out the form at the end of this page now and let’s begin designing your Bespoke Best Of Tanzania safari itinerary.

* See this incredible Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti safari and extend your stay in East Africa to make it the best East Africa private photographic safari.


Bespoke Best of Tanzania photographic safari possibilities

Bespoke Photographic Safari Guest Testimonials

'Good morning Greg. I trust you got home safely. Thanks for being such an incomparable guide and company. See you in February, if not before (maybe October).'

Stephen and Eric Cheek (UK)
'It was such a privilege to spend a week with Greg. On all levels he is a joy to spend time in the bush with. Its really apparent through his passion, knowledge and talent why he was The Wildlife Photographer of the Year. We had some amazing sightings. From following mating leopards for 5 hours on my birthday to packs of wild dogs, cheetahs, and 19 different leopards. Oh, and two snakes! And of course, spending some time with Claire was very special to us.'

Deborah Keener Brown (USA)
'Dear Greg, the training and experience with you has been even better than we expected. You bring out the best of Africa as you teach us each day to appreciate the animals and capture the best moments with pictures. You are patient and professional and we look forward to another journey with you. Best to you, Bob 'the camera caddy' and Jacquie.'

Bob and Jacquie Paul (USA)
'Hey Greg, It took three days to download and organize my 5412 files! You blew me away with your kindness, graciousness, and expertise. Okay, so now I am bit and I can't wait to go back. The wild is the only thing that makes sense and I understand what motivates you. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for introducing me to your world and for sharing your experience, strength, and hope for the future of conservation.'

Nell Dickerson (USA)
'Greg, thanks so much for the outstanding private safari in the Okavango Delta. The itinerary that you developed gave us a terrific mix of magical Delta experiences, with fine camps and excellent local guides. The most important ingredient in this terrific experience, however, was you. On the photographic front, we were inspired by your commitment to artistic creativity and excellence, as well as ethical practices, in the capturing of wildlife images and greatly appreciated your graciously shared world class photographic expertise. We were delighted to find that you are also a knowledgeable naturalist, with wide-ranging expertise and engaging stories (and a voluminous reference library on your phone!) about both the fauna and the flora of Africa. We were encouraged by your commitment to conservation! We look forward eagerly to joining you in the Masai Mara next year and in the South Rift Valley!'

Mark and Bonnie Overgaard (USA)
'Since our very first contact, Greg gave me lots of advices about safari destinations and about photography. He always answered my hundreds mail (sorry Greg 😉 ) helping me to find and book the best travel for shooting hippos and to buy some photographic stuffs I have never seen before. I have known a man who really loves Africa and wildlife and most important, who knows lot of things about Africa and wildlife, but at the same time you can talk to him as you talk to one of your friend. I dont write about his knowledge of photo gears and technique as it would be superfluous. I can only say that my skill level is increased by several steps. His advices during safaris were, in my opinion, the best part of my entire time spent in Kenya. During my time spent in the bush, I really feel myself like a photographer, not like a tourist. Thank you, thank you so much!'

Nicola Cappelletti (Italy)
'We all really enjoyed our family photographic safari with you in Zambia. The Lower Zambezi is a beautiful destination and the most scenic we have seen so far. Robin and I have improved our photographic capabilities which we hopefully won't lose till we see you again😁. Thank you for the personal message in your wonderful AWE book. Have fun with your next trips and hope to see you again soon.' See the adventure on YouTube

Ute, David and Robin (Germany)