Pangolin Photo Safaris

African Based Travel Specialist

Address:
Pangolin Chobe Hotel , Kasane
Member Number: 204437 Tel: +27 21 418 2312

Pangolin Photo Safaris is the regions most photo centric tour operator. With packages and offerings across sub Saharan Africa (and beyond) we seek out locations that can accommodate the specific requirements of today's photographically oriented client. We have a permanent base in The Chobe, The Pangolin Chobe Hotel where we operate all year round.

The Pangolin Chobe Hotel sits on the plateau overlooking The Chobe River and Namibia’s Caprivi floodplains which stretch out to the far horizon. The Chobe National Park boundary is a few hundred meters away meaning that with our proximity to the gate we are more often than not the fist vehicle through the gate for game drives. Our boats are moored on the river directly below the Hotel and its a quick five minute transfer to get to them and then straight into the park.

The Pangolin Chobe Hotel is also a short transfer from Kasane International Airport and the Zimbabwe and Zambian Borders.

Our safari planners are on hand to create an itinerary for you that exactly matches your photographic and game viewing ambitions 

Where we operate

  • Botswana
  • Namibia
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • South Africa
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

Activities offered

  • Bird Watching
  • Flying Safaris
  • Mobile Safaris
  • Overland
  • Photography
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp

News

04 June 2020

Learning will be the new luxury on a post Corona safari

If there is one thing, we have learned over the last few months, it’s that time is a very precious commodity and “holiday time” even more so. With the world taking a sabbatical from travel for the immediate future our attention, as members of the safari industry, turns to what will clients be looking for when they return.

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28 April 2020

Pangolin endorses the global conservation declaration to #EndTheTrade of wild animals.

24 April 2020 Pangolin.Africa, the conservation non-profit organisation funded by contributions made by guests of Pangolin Photo Safaris, has formally endorsed the #EndTheTrade Coalition and campaign launched this week by Global Wildlife Conservation, Wildlife Conservation Society and WildAid.The Coalition aims to permanently end the commercial trade and sale in markets of wild terrestrial animals for consumption, worldwide. They will be implementing a joint strategy fo…

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17 January 2020

Airlines teaming up to save a species

A number of international airline companies will be taking the message of pangolin conservation to the skies this year. British Airways, Swiss International Air Lines, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines have all committed to screening the ground-breaking documentary Eye of the Pangolin on their long-haul routes. Pangolin Photo Safaris who co-produced the film through their non-profit organisation Pangolin.Africa , is also in negotiation with several other key carriers to include the film in their inflight entertainment programmes.

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01 August 2018

Pangolin Chobe Hotel now open!

Pangolin Photo Safaris is proud to announce that Pangolin Chobe Hotel is officially open. What’s in a name? When something is described as a lodge it conjures up images of a thatch and wooden structure with that same traditional building methodology that has been used for decades.

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11 January 2018

Amy Knight-Dawson has joined Pangolin Photo Safaris team effective 1 January 2018 as Channel Sales Manager

Pangolin Photo Safaris, Africa’s premier photographic safari company is expanding its offering. The first half of 2018 will see the launch of Khwai Pangolin Camp (opens March 2018) and the latter half, Pangolin Chobe Lodge (opens July 2018). Amy has been appointed to assist with Sales at Pangolin Photo Safaris, dedicated to the valued travel trade market segment.

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14 August 2017

Pangolin Photo safaris scales up with new camp in The Delta

Pangolin Photo Safaris has teamed up with Natural Selection to open the Pangolin Khwai Camp in the Khwai Private Reserve – a 200,000ha private concession bordering the Khwai River. As with the operations in the Chobe, Pangolin will be designing the guest experience around the needs of modern day photographers and safari enthusiasts. The camp will have a maximum of 12 guests, at any one time, utilising three game viewers. The reserve allows for off-roading at special sightings, as well …

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