Safarious has some of the world’s best professional and amateur wildlife and nature photographers. It’s no surprise that we also have some of their best photography, check back for the daily Wild Shot, which highlights the best we see each day.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 - all the winners
Safarious-Wild Shots Photo Competition Winners
Congratulations to the winners of the Safarious-Wild Shots "Conflicts in Nature" Photo Competition!Hilton Kotze wins a ticket to the Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Symposium in Johannesburg with his arresting image of a baboon at the mercy of a lioness. Robert J. Ross wins a ticket to the Symposium in Cape Town with his stellar image of a lioness and hyena standoff.
Safarious-Wild Shots Photo Competition Finalists
Congratulations to the finalists in the Safarious-Wild Shots "Conflicts in Nature" Photo Competition! Click on the headline to see all the finalists.
The Photoshoot, and how I lost my tail.
Created by Warts and All •
Curated Aug 24, 2016 • by Clare Townsend
Curated Aug 24, 2016 • by Clare Townsend
A warthog's attempt at fame backfires during a photo safari in Kruger National Park.
The challenge of photographing a baby elephant
Patience and gaining the confidence of the herd are key to photographing these cosseted creatures.
Celebrating the world's most iconic species
"Guarding our temples, adorning our flags, decorating our coins and capturing our hearts, the lion is beyond doubt the world's most iconic species." To celebrate World Lion Day, we bring you a collection of our favourite images from some of our talented contributors. To read more about World Lion Day go to worldlionday.com
Wild Shots Registration now OPEN and Programmes Finalised!
The programmes for Wild Shots are now finalised and registration is open! We are delighted to announce that this year’s keynote will be given by Jonathan and Angela Scott, of BBC Big Cat Diary, and the only couple to have won the Overall Award in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition as individuals. With many other local and international speakers, this year's event is not to be missed!
Yanbaru, Forests of the North. - Ep.1
Filming exclusively with an iPhone6S Plus and the odd cameo use of a GoProHero4 'Stunt Cam' for underwater and snake strike sequences Safarian Mark Thorpe recently headed to the forested Northern areas of the island of Okinawa in Japan.
Moonbows light up Victoria Falls
Whoever said “don’t go chasing waterfalls“ has never been to the Victoria Falls. The spectacular cascade is considered the largest stretch of falling water in the world and is among the Seven Natural Wonders in the world. But very few people know to visit during the phenomenon that is known as a Moonbow or Lunar Rainbow.
Clout's Wood Nature Reserve
A visit to one of the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust's nature reserves, complete with birds, bugs and butterflies!
Bush Spa Delights at Garonga
Calming massages, scent awakening aromatherapy and relaxed reflexology sessions surrounded by wild Africa. This is what awaits guests seeking a soul-soothing experience with the help of Garonga’s sala spa. A safari bush bath or a combination of some other pamper offerings is a welcome addition to the traditional safari experience.
I doubt it…Temperatures in the North look like they are headed for the hottest on record yet again. Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) on melting ice. Somewhere above the Arctic Circle, near Svalbard, Norway.
Guests get their hands dirty at the Ant Collection
The Ant Collection recently hosted their annual Game Census Safari and it was, once again, a roaring success! Traditionally, a game census is conducted by helicopter but The Ant Collection likes do things a little differently and prefer to use their trusty steeds. This is not only less disruptive to the wildlife, but also allows the guests to get involved and get their hands dirty. Guests who chose to participate were afforded various opportunities to help out, from game counting and darting, to capturing and relocating wildlife.
South Luangwa Wildlife
A selection of images taken in South Luangwa National Park, Mfuwe, Zambia. It Never fails to deliver!
A pair of Redbilled Oxpeckers (Buphagus erythrorhynchus) hang on tight as their ride moves deeper into the bush.
Photographer Dana Allen has a unique ability to capture a place in the most mesmerising of ways. Here, a performance frozen in time, as the petrified Camelthorn Trees (Vachellia erioloba) seem to take on the shape of figurines cast in graceful positions. In the Dead Vlei, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia.
Yanbaru, Forests of the North - Teaser
This is the teaser trailer for the soon to be completed series of short wildlife films that intrepid Safarian Mark Thorpe recently filmed in the dense jungles of Northern Okinawa in Japan, a region known as the 'Yanbaru'. What sets this apart is that he filmed everything in this, apart from the underwater and risky elements such as snake strikes, with an iPhone6S+! Watch on Safarious now!
The largest mammal migration on earth - Kasanka, Zambia
A few pictures from Kasanka National Park and the annual bat migration. An unreal experience!
Tiger Sharks, Great Hammerheads and Oceanic Whitetips
A small collection of underwater images taken in the presence of one of the oceans most notorious predators!
It’s In the Wind…
An alert lioness (Panthera leo) scents the breeze while her young cub looks on.