Photographic Safaris

There are few places on Earth that can rival Africa for its spectacular diversity of wildlife and awe-inspiring landscapes. Across this vast continent, the range of desert, swampland, forests and savannah habitats provide plenty of opportunity for a variety of experiences - there is no better way to enjoy these incredible world treasures than with an authentic, privately guided, traditional tailor-made safari.

Sybarite Safaris is a sister company to Sybarite Sporting, which organises and hosts authentic, traditional luxury safaris with an emphasis on sustainable integrated conservation and minimum footprint impact in:

•          Kenya

•          Tanzania

•          Mozambique

•          Zimbabwe

•          Namibia.



The luxury safari was born in the 1920s when well-heeled flocked to Africa to see the remarkable wildlife. Reflecting the excess of the Roaring Twenties they travelled in style - tented camps outfitted with satin sheets and silver servings, gramophones and gourmet food and, of course, endless gin and tonics - Kenya set the safari bar higher than anywhere else in Africa.

And it continues that way today. Kenya continues to push the outer edge of the wilderness envelope in ways that visitors in the 1920s could not ever have imagined.

From the Masai Mara National Park, renowned for its abundant wildlife and annual Great Migration to a beach holiday overlooking the turquoise waters and fluttering palm trees of the warm Indian Ocean, Kenya offers incredible wildlife, unique landscapes with warm and friendly people.

Big Life Foundation

Co-founded in September 2010 by photographer Nick Brandt, award-winning conservationist Richard Bonham, and entrepreneur Tom Hill, Big Life was the first organization in East Africa to establish coordinated cross-border anti-poaching operations.

"Big Life's vision is to take the successful holistic

conservation model in the Amboseli-Tsavo ecosystem and replicate it across the African continent."

The Amboseli National Park and Tsavo East & West National Parks are just north-east of our Tanzanian Burko Masiland and Lossimingor Mountain safari concessions.

Using innovative conservation strategies and collaborating closely with local communities, partner NGOs, national parks, and government agencies, Big Life seeks to protect and sustain East Africa’s wildlife and wild lands, including one of the greatest populations of elephants left in East Africa.

Conservation research and communities that implement sustainable wildlife management is a very important part of what we represent.


Sybarite Sporting, together with sister companies, Sybarite Safaris and Sybarite Cellars supports the Big Life Foundation through donations from the

sales of:

•          Elephant Gin;

•          Tusker Lager;



With unrivalled game numbers, large and remote wilderness habitats and some of the most beautiful national parks on the continent, gives Tanzania a unique character in the traditional safari world.


By combining some of the most luxurious lodges in Africa with our exclusive private game reserves we are able to create unique safari itineraries.


Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park and the famous Ngorongoro Crater are very close to our Masailand private game reserve, and can be very easily included in a safari itinerary without the expense of private air charters to get in and out of camps.


Together with the exclusive private reserves in Rungwa, southern central Tanzania, and Luganzo, in western Tanzania, we can tailor traditional tented camping itineraries with permanent lodges, in these remote wilderness areas.



Mozambique is a well-known destination for coastal expeditions but its little travelled interior, offers an unspoilt sight of Africa. The wildlife and its National Parks are being rehabilitated to their former state, and as one of Africa’s largest wilderness areas, it is fast becoming a true wilderness wildlife safari destination.


The Nhacainga Conservancy consists of large granite outcrops, huge areas of savannah woodlands, tambooti forest and large seasonal rivers with thick riverine bush - it a classic example of true wildlife rehabilitated wilderness.



The Lower Zambezi Valley remains a huge and untamed wilderness, sparingly inhabited by local tribesman, rich in big game and bird life - this provides some of the best of Zimbabwe and makes for a fantastic, diverse wild bush and river safari.


On Zimbabwe’s western border lies Hwange National Park, the country’s largest and most pristine national park renowned for its fantastic concentrations of elephants; just north are the thundering Victoria Falls ("The Smoke that Thunders").


Moving north-east, the Zambezi River continues through Lake Kariba into the Lower Zambezi Valley, it’s journey east is flanked by National Parks - this remote section of dotted with reed islands, takes in Mana Pools National Park, a World Heritage Site, renowned for its population of Elephant, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard….and over 350 bird species!


Through the wide game-rich floodplain and towering escarpments of both Zimbabwe and Zambia, the Zambezi flows on through the tripoints borders of Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia, and on to the Mozambique Indian Ocean.



Namibia is an arid country of surprising contrasts, home to two great deserts. Along its length, the vast shifting sand sea of the Namib sprawls inland along the Atlantic coastline, cooled by the Benguela current, which, when it clashes with the desert heat, creates coastal fog that supports entire ecosystems.


In the interior, the rolling red dunes at Sossusvlei give way to the plateau slopes that move away to the north, taking in Twyfelfontein’s 'open-air gallery' of ancient rock engravings in the Damaraland area, and then east to meet the Kalahari Desert.


Together with The Skeleton Coast, and its littered shipwrecks and desert-adapted species, the iconic Etosha National Park, and the surrounding reserves of the Waterberg region, finishing with the Zambezi Region (Caprivi Strip) makes for a compelling Namibian bush safari.


Namibia offers such a rich feast of landscapes, peoples and wildlife that it is not surprising that Namibia photographic safaris are now considered some of the finest in Africa.



“I never knew of a morning in Africa when I woke up that I was not happy - there’s nothing quite like a sunrise in Africa.” – Ernest Hemingway

African Atlantic to the Indian Ocean


...from the Atlantic Namibian desert through the middle and lower Zambezi

river in Zimbabwe, to the pristine, pearl beaches of Mozambique’s Indian Ocean.

..a real luxury wilderness safari adventure!


Please contact us on +44 (0)20 3196 1962 for further information on authentic traditional African safaris, or please visit the Sybarite Safaris website.





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