Few national parks offer better opportunities for wildlife photographers than Zambia’s South Luangwa, either from a walking safari, an open vehicle or a photographic hide. The range of wildlife, the dense populations of many iconic species, and photogenic scenery combine to offer an abundance of good material.
Peter Geraerdts, who has been fortunate enough to combine his passions for Africa and photography in order to offer photographic safaris in the South Luangwa. Being a professional safari guide means that he is able offer a personalised photographic experience from his lodge, Track & Trail River Camp, on the banks of the Luangwa River.e bring you this selection of stunning images from
TA Tips: a good zoom lens, 200mm or longer, will prove very useful on safari. And be sure to carry your equipment in a well-padded heat-and dust-proof case.
In 2003 Peter completed his ‘immobilisation’ course in Zimbabwe with a view to helping wounded animals who had become victims of poachers. He is also a member of the HWPO (Honorary Wildlife Police Officers) who are non-governmental officers helping local wildlife authorities with certain conservation projects in their free time.
As a keen photographer, Peter uses the following equipment:
- Canon bodies: 5D mark III – 1DX
- Lenses: 16 – 24mm – F2.8 / 24 – 70 mm – F2.8 / 70 -200mm II USM- F2.8 / 200-400mm IS USM F4.0