In 2012 and 2018, I was lucky enough to take two glorious trips to Tuli Wilderness in Botswana. Tuli Wilderness is a private reserve located in a remote part of Botswana, situated on the Limpopo River. There are no fences or physical boundaries to its borders, so the animals can move freely across the vast landscape. The first trip was a six week voluntary trip where I assisted in the conservation work of the area, studying elephant migration, predator movements, game counts, bird records, bush craft and tracking. The second return trip was more of a holiday.
Both trips enabled me to see and photograph animals that I had dreamed of seeing in the wild. This gallery shows just some of the wonderful encounters I had with these beautiful creatures during both visits.