Into the Blue - Half Day Photographic Safari

£128.95 (£108.00 register to get this price)

Create an ActivePlus account adding in your AXA PPP healthcare number to receive member discounts

This item is worth 128 points

Don’t be camera shy, live life on the wild side with this safari and wildlife photography workshop! Choose from locations in Merseyside or Bedfordshire and you will be spending a half day discovering just how to snap those skilful shots of rare and exotic animals that are just so photogenic. Under the watchful eye and informative tuition of leading animal photographers David and Janet Southard, you’ll be taught how to capture majestic safari animals on a DSLR camera.

What’s more, there’s no need to head to the savannahs of Africa for these fabulous workshops, we have our two wildlife photography venues to suit your location and needs right here in the UK. Woburn Safari Park is a well established safari park in Bedfordshire with immense animal enclosures offering a full range of both non native and indigenous species for your camera clicking session. Knowsley Safari Park in Merseyside also has a fine collection of animals and provides lots of close up wildlife photography positions without intrusive fencing, all of which you’ll be shown during your workshop.

Access to both sites is by Land Rover, driven by the park rangers who’ll make sure you get in the very best positions for taking photographs of these wild animals in a very natural setting. There’ll also be the opportunity to capture some shots from on foot, for an authentic safari feel. Your designated photography expert will be on hand throughout the experience to offer support, advice and assistance as you encounter the animals and to help you get the best photographic quality from your camera.

Group sizes for the workshops are limited, giving you plenty of time with the expert photographers to ensure you achieve the best results your equipment is capable of producing when faced with the amazing wildlife. This marvellous photo shoot is designed at DSLR camera users looking to improve their skills by focusing on tricky subject matter such as safari animals, but it’s great for nature lovers too. Whether you opt for a morning or afternoon session, you’re welcome to spend time at your leisure in the wildlife park either before or after the photography workshop, taking in your fill of wild and wonderful creatures.

Our wildlife photography workshops are a rip roaring experience for animal fans and amateur photographers of all levels and are sure to make for a memorable day out that will see you enjoying at least two trips out on the drives and heading home with hundreds of top quality images on your camera.

More Information
Brand Into The Blue
Availability Choose from a morning or afternoon experience on selected days through the year. 9am or 1pm arrivals. Please note the parks are shut on weekdays from November to March so guests cannot stay in the park after the event.
Location Knowsley, Merseyside, baboon, lion, rhino, buffalo, eland and elephant.Woburn, Bedfordshire, rhino, giraffe, wolf, black bear, baboons, lions, lemurs and tigers
Spectator Facilities Spectators are not able to accompany you on this experience but they may purchase standard admission tickets for the venue on the day direct
Voucher Expiry Vouchers are valid for one year from the date of purchase.

Fulfillment of this order will be via email once the transaction is complete. Please check your email for details, please note the email may have gone to your spam folder.

Your delivery options will depend on your choice of product as well as the value of your order. You will be given the option to choose your applicable delivery method at the checkout. Our range of options are:

Standard UK Delivery On Orders Over £20 (Up To 3 Working Days) - Free

Standard UK Delivery On Orders Under £20 (Up To 3 Working Days) - £3.95

Heavy Item Delivery (10 working days) - Free (selected products only)

We ship orders from several warehouses so if you've ordered multiple items they may arrive separately.