Wildlife Photography Internship

Volunteer Program

Tour Details

Tour Style Volunteer Program
Length From 56 days
Countries Visited South Africa
Starts Kruger
Ends Kruger
Age Range All Ages
Tour SKU VOL0101
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What You'll Experience

  • Enhance and develop your photography skills by working with a professional photographer
  • Develop a portfolio that demonstrates your expertise in wildlife photography and other genre-specific photography
  • Promote conservation and other local and global issues through your photographs
  • Gain experience in pre-visualization, production, and editing of photographs
  • Volunteer and work with a team of wildlife and conservation experts
  • Live near the Kruger National Park in one of South Africa's most beautiful regions

Why You'll Love this Tour

Embark on an exciting photography journey by joining our photography internship program. Gain invaluable insights from a seasoned wildlife photographer as well as other talented photographers specializing in various genres. This immersive experience will enable you to master the art of wildlife photography and explore other genre-specific techniques, setting you on the path towards becoming a skilled photographer yourself. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from professionals and fellow enthusiasts alike!

By joining our internship program, you will have the incredible chance to make a meaningful impact on wildlife conservation in the stunning Greater Kruger Area. Through the power of photography, you can actively contribute to preserving and protecting the diverse ecosystems and fascinating species that call this area home. Your valuable contributions will help raise awareness and inspire others to join in these important initiatives.

Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity for both personal and professional growth. It's a chance to enhance your skills and achieve new heights in your career. Seize this unique opportunity and unlock your full potential.

Tour Price

Currency conversion estimated. Base currency is South African Rand (ZAR)



Price Disclaimer: Tour is Priced at Prices varies depending on the duration of your internship program starting at USD 5995 (8 weeks) – USD6495 (9 weeks) - USD 6995 (10 weeks) - USD 7495 (11 weeks) - USD 7995 (12 weeks). Currency fluctuations may occur

Dates Tour Length: From 56 days

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Tour start → end dates Price Enquire
01 Oct 2023 → 26 Nov 2023


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29 Oct 2023 → 24 Dec 2023


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26 Nov 2023 → 21 Jan 2024


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24 Dec 2023 → 18 Feb 2024


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  • Custom-built safari vehicle with Airconditioning
  • Professional English speaking guide
  • Accommodation with en-suite facilities
  • Most meals
  • National park entry fees (2 days Etosha & 1 day Sossusvlei)
  • Game drives
  • Sossusvlei excursion (including 4x4 shuttle) and cheetah tracking activity at Solitaire
  • Pick up and drop off within Windhoek city limits


  • International Airfares
  • Travel insurance (Get Adventure Travel Insurance)
  • Personal spending money
  • Visa costs
  • Border taxes
  • Passports
  • Vaccinations
  • Personal taxes (including departure and border taxes)
  • All optional activities, unscheduled or optional national / game parks and other activities
  • Gratuities
  • Restaurant meals (other than those listed)
  • All drinks
  • Tips
  • Laundry


Some of the activities you can take part in on this tour.

Other Activities

  • Explore the Panorama Route
  • Kruger National Park
  • Magoebaskloof Activities



A number of private wildlife reserves are located in the Greater Kruger Area in South Africa on the west side of the world-famous Kruger National Park. As a result of the merger of these private reserves, one large reserve is created. One of the last remaining wildlife strongholds in the world, contributing significantly to wildlife conservation efforts.

A total of almost 5.5 million acres of unfenced land covers the entire area, which is home to a diverse range of animals roaming freely across wild savannah. There are countless opportunities for wildlife encounters in the Greater Kruger Area, which is a major conservation hotspot and offers elephants, lions, rhinos, and wild dogs. There are a number of endangered or vulnerable species among these species.


In the heart of the African wilderness, you will be staying at Olifants River Camp. It is a traditional bush lodge located in a big 5 reserve equipped with all the amenities and furnishings you require for a comfortable and authentic stay in Africa. The management is dedicated to environmental conservation and it is reflected in the way the lodge is operated. Among the many aspects of life at Olifants River Camp is recycling, sustainable use of resources, environmental education, and using locally grown produce and ingredients that are ethically sourced.

A total of seven large dormitories overlook the Olifants River are available in the accommodation. There is air conditioning in every room as well as a bathroom. We have a swimming pool and an outdoor fire pit where we cook braais (BBQs) as part of a fantastic shared social environment.


Through the study of food and food customs, we are able to gain a better understanding of a people and a culture. As part of our delicious and nutritious menus, our local chefs prepare traditional South African dishes such as bobotie, potjie, a Cape Malay-style curry, or a South African braai cooked over an open fire.

One of our most beloved traditions is the braai (an African style barbecue). Even vegetarians and vegans can enjoy this proudly South African tradition, even though meat is the preferred braai food. At Olifants River Camp, a variety of dietary preferences are catered for seven days a week.


WiFi is available at the lodge, allowing you to use WhatsApp, Zoom, etc., to make contact with home. In addition, it is easy to purchase a Sim card and add credit to your phone so that you will be able to stay connected while using your own phone.


Greater Kruger has two distinct seasons, despite South Africa’s four seasons. Generally, Kruger’s climate is classified as subtropical with hot temperatures throughout the year. It is generally believed that the dry winter season is the best time to view wildlife. Because there are limited water sources, animals tend to congregate around them, and the vegetation is not so dense, making it easier to observe them. However, during the rainy summer season, the scenery is more lush and beautiful, as well as the number of baby animals is high.

Onward Travel Plans

Due to circumstances beyond our control while on tour (such as border crossings, traffic, breakdowns and delays, etc), the end time on the last day cannot be guaranteed. Therefore we strongly recommend you stay the night and fly out the next day. Please consult with your booking consultant.



Price Disclaimer: Tour is Priced Prices varies depending on the duration of your internship program starting at USD 5995 (8 weeks) – USD6495 (9 weeks) - USD 6995 (10 weeks) - USD 7495 (11 weeks) - USD 7995 (12 weeks). Currency fluctuations may occur

Currency estimated. Base currency is South African Rand (ZAR)

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