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Photographic Tours Adventure at Mulati Safari Camp

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"Don't shoot what it looks like. Shoot what it feels like" - David Alan Harvey. Any photographer tries to capture what they feel at a specific theme. Wedding photographers wants to capture the love of the newly weds. Sport photographers captures a great victory of a sports team or the proud moment of winning an Olympic gold medal. Wildlife photographers captures a moment in time, a sighting rarely seen or even use the animal as back groud to show something small instead.

At Mulati Safari Camp we can offer photographers an adventure as well the ulitmate luxuary bush experience. Our camp is located on the Cottondale Game Farm where many birds, animals, plants and insects roam freely. The shade trees during the summer months plays home to many local and summer visiting birds like the Woodland Kingfisher (Hylcyon senegalensis), European Bee Eater (Merops apiaster) and Euorpean Roller (Coracias garrulus). Other birds you can find is the Crested Guineafowl (Guttera pucherani), Crested Francolin (Francolinus sephaena), Laughing Dove (Streptopelia senegalensis), African Green Pigeon (Treron calvus) and the Red Chested Cuckoo (Cuculus solitarius) just to name a few.

While photographing birds might tickel the fancy of bird watchers through the day we must not forget the non-curual birds like the Barn Owl (Tyto alba), African Scops Owl (Otus senegalensis) and European Nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus). Mulati professional guides can provide a birding photographic tour within the camp site or a drive in the reserve seeking the summer visitors and resident birds.

 

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But what of the game at Mulati Safari Camp? Well since we are located on the Cottondale Game Farm who prides itself in its reputation for excellence in the capturing, rehabilitation and relocation of game such as Buffalo, Rhino and Sable amongst others. To allow guests to experience this conservation system, a special package involving this unique process is available. This makes for never seen before photographic oppertuinites. Of course for the those seeking more the tradional bush experience then experienced and trained guides with trackers can track animals while on the drive to bring you to the bush.

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Mulati Safari Camp has so much to offer for photographers seeking a photographic safari that you simply can not come to the hill overlooking an endless horizon of bushveld with the blue mountains in the back ground. Our tents are fitted with everyday luxuaries of home with an open shower on the dry rivier bed, braai space, swimming pool, bathroom...a piece of bushveld heaven.

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