LOCATION Woburn Safari Park, Bedfordshire
TIME 13:00 to 16:00
Group Size   7
Highlights
  •  Fully Escorted session with VIP access to the Elephant paddock with your guides
  • Private Land Rover tour of the safari park reserves
  • Small group ensuring each guest has a window seat in the vehicles & individual attention
Included
  • Entrance to the Safari Park
  • VIP access to
  • Refreshments
  • Photographic Guide
  • PDF Handout
Not Included
  •  Camera
  • Spectators unavailable to join the group

Woburn Safari Park is one of our most popular venues, and our Elephant Safari Photography Workshop combines an exclusive opportunity to photograph the beautiful group of Asian Elephants with a VIP, Land Rover tour of the extensive animal reserves.

After arrival at the park and a briefing from your guides over a tea/coffee, we will begin the afternoon by joining the daily Elephant talk and demonstration. This should enable the keepers to set the scene and provide some useful information on these wonderful creatures. Once the talk is finished and the normal visitors have left the arena, our small group will be able to access a good position for unobstructed views of the Elephant group in the top paddock area. The keeper should still be on hand to answer any question you might have and the Wild Arena photography guide can make sure you are making the most of the opportunities with your camera.

Once we feel we have exhausted the opportunities with the Elephants, we will climb aboard our VIP Land Rovers for a drive around the Safari Park reserves. We should have good ‘off road’ access and be able to attain positions for photography that would be impossible for normal visitors. Guests will have their own window seat for their comfort and convenience. Species we may encounter include, White Rhinoceros, Eland Antelope, Sable Antelope, Forest Buffalo, Wildebeest, Bears, Wolves and Barbary Macaques.

The focus for these afternoon workshops will be looking to get into the best possible situations for pictures and offer support and advice regarding your photography. With the help of the keepers and special access, we will be able to deliver opportunities simply not accessible to normal park visitors.

You are welcome to arrive at the park earlier in the day and spend time at your leisure exploring the rest of the exciting animals Woburn has to offer.

Wild Arena at Woburn Safari Park

Woburn Safari Park is situated South of Milton Keynes, just off the M1 motorway. The park is one of our most popular venues, offering a fantastic range of animals set on hundreds of acres of beautiful parkland. During our Elephant Safari Photography Workshop we will not only get an opportunity to see the parks group of Asian Elephants but also have a VIP, Land Rover tour of Woburn’s Safari reserves.

13.00 Arrival at Safari park and meet your guides outside the Safari Lodge Restaurant

13.15 Arrival briefing and introduction

13.30 Join the Elephant demonstration and talk in the Elephant Arena

14.00 A private Elephant photography session from the sand yard & paddock area

15.00 Board the 4X4 vehicles for a drive around the safari park reserves

16.00 Return to Safari Lodge Restaurant for summary and close

Guests can arrive earlier in the day to have time in the park at their leisure before the event starts.

PLEASE NOTE: Our itineraries are listed as a guide and we may need to alter them depending on unforeseen circumstances, weather conditions or the availability of the subjects. Start and finish times are fixed to enable transport planning.

13.06.19 pm – SOLD OUT

03.07.19 pm – SOLD OUT

04.07.19 pm – SOLD OUT

12.09.19 pm – NEW DATE ADDED

How to Book

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Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
July 17, 2019

Thanks for the most amazing time yesterday at Woburn, Anthony and I had a great time. I've suggested that he send you some of his photos as I think they're better than mine! Being up on the hill just made the experience so so special.

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