Explore the park with the host photographer giving camera guidance
Led by the safari park keepers to get the best vatage points
Rhinos, elephants, tigers and monkeys can be captured on camera
Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire is filled with beautiful creatures and is the perfect place to bring a camera and get snapping. This part driven, part walking tour of the park is guided by Woburn Safari Park keepers and an experienced host photographer. It's a great chance to get some unique and special snaps. Visit a variety of animals including an African lion pride, a breeding group of amur tigers, wolves and North American black bears. Venture closer to the enclosures to get close-up shots and take wide, long shots from the safari car, access to the park reserves is via VIP Land Rovers driven by the guides. The class lasts for half a day and as the package includes park admission, the rest of the day can be spent exploring the park.
All year, weekends and half term dates only available from November to March. Please note the parks are shut weekdays from November to March so guests cannot stay in the park after the event.
Minimum age is 14, any under 16's must be accompanied by a participating adult.
The course may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions (e.g. snow, ice or severe rain). Please call the venue if in any doubt.
The session lasts for three and a half hours and run in mornings and afternoons.
Numbers on the Day
There will be a maximum of eight participants on the day.
Unsuitable for spectators.
Much of the experience will take place outdoors, so please dress appropriately and wear suitable footwear.
The course trainers are all hand-picked working photographers who share a passion for photography. Please note, participants must bring (and be able to comfortably carry) their own cameras and equipment.