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Pangolin Photo Safaris - Day Tours

#2 of 18 Outdoor Activities in Kasane Features Animals
| Chobe National Park, Kasane 8005, Botswana
+267 76 429 758
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Photographic River Cruise on The Chobe
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| Chobe National Park, Kasane 8005, Botswana
+267 76 429 758
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Professional assistance, exciting and one of our absolute highlights during our 4 weeks travel in Africa. Was wonderful the get close up and "personal" with the big beast of Africa and "hunting" them through the lense of excellent equipment on the boat of Pangolin.

Thank E S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Pangolin Houseboat in Chobe is a photographic and game viewing experience like no other. The guides are extremely helpful and know how to ensure that clients have excellent photographic and game viewing opportunities. The accommodation and food is exceptional as is the service from...More

Thank Anne-MarieM77
Reviewed 28 December 2016

As part of a safari with another company, we were booked for a late afternoon/sunset "cruise" on the Chobe River. Cameras were provided with a very long telephoto lens (600 mm). The young woman (sorry, forgot her name) who helped us operate the camera also...More

Thank Anne M
Reviewed 25 November 2016

My wife and I can heartily recommend this tour. It was the highlight of our trip to Africa. The staff did everything to make our trip the best possible experience. You cannot go wrong with them. We also learned a lot about wildlife photography.

Thank David C
Reviewed 15 November 2016

We attended the basic photography academy at Pumba Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape. Aside from teaching us great photographic skills, our guide Neale Howarth treated us to the best wildlife sightings we have ever experienced. A Cheetah and Lion kill kept us busy with...More

Thank Carl G
Reviewed 13 November 2016

We spent two days in the middle of our Botswana Safari with Pangolin on the Chobe. Three trips on the PhotoBoat and one in the Unimog into Chobe National Park. The design of the boat is something every photographer should experience. The adjustable chair and...More

1  Thank Bob G
Reviewed 27 October 2016

Came away from our morning river cruise with some amazing photos. We should have done the afternoon one too! Very professional, thank you Pangolin Photo Safaris!

Thank readsx4
Reviewed 25 October 2016

I did there 11 day chobe/madikwe Safari, and from there seamless booking process to there awesome vehicles everything was A+, The river cruises up the Chobe river in there special photography boats with mounts and 360 chairs was definitely a highlight and with expert knowledge...More

Thank Lindsay T
Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

We did the Pangolin weekender photo safari. We were picked up promptly at the airport and delivered to the Mowana Lodge where we stayed for 2 nights. Overall we did 3 river cruises (1 in the am and 2 in the pm) as well as...More

Thank Krw1961
Reviewed 22 September 2016

In the world of nature the pangolin is a rare animal, and in the world of photography Pangolin Photo Safaris is that rare company that delivers at the highest level in every capacity. Their equipment, from boats to seats/mounts to cameras/lenses (if you choose to...More

1  Thank thorsavage
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