Blue Photo Safaris


My name is James Blue – and it’s a pleasure to be included in the ADS blog. If you are a past client of ADS, here’s something I’m sure we’ll agree on: a safari in the Serengeti is an amazing experience – and Africa Dream Safaris is simply the best at delivering that experience. Their dedicated team is always striving to exceed expectations, and in my third year of working with them, they have earned my utmost trust, and I am sure your’s also.

If you’re looking for a private safari, one tailored exactly as you wish – their is no one better than ADS in providing that experience. That said, joining a small group of like minded photographers has it’s advantages too: In addition to the camaraderie and learning experience offered in a photo group, the quantity and quality of the photo ops increases due to our joint efforts. Our groups have a maximum size of 9 persons, divided 3 persons per vehicle. Our itineraries focus on the most select parts of the Serengeti – the best times to be there – and maximum photographic opportunities. We have two fantastic safaris offered in April, 2012, that have limited seats still available – please have a look and we hope you will consider joining us. Full details in links:

“Big Cats and the Great Migration” , April 16-25, 2012, includes a very exclusive “off road filming permit” for our entire group. Imagine holding the keys to the hidden side of the Serengeti – where only you could go and photograph wildlife up close – that’s what this safari offers! (only 2 spots left) We will have signs posted on our vehicles stating “Do Not Follow”, which should put the exclusivity of this safari into perspective.

“Photographic Serengeti”, April 6-15, 2012. This safari has an outstanding itinerary and offers a real value for such a quality experience.

My best to the extended family of ADS,


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