Originally termed by big game hunters, "The Big Five" refers to Africa's iconic wildlife quintet: lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, and rhinoceroses, which are now top sights for safari enthusiasts and symbolic of African wildlife.
The green season transforms the Chobe into a haven for migratory birds, making it an ideal spot for wildlife photography. Our Pangolin Photo Hosts share their top five birds to photograph in the Botswana summer.
Pangolin Photo Host, Sabine Stols, shares everything you need to know about how to photograph hippos when you're on safari!
Our Pangolin Photo Hosts share everything they love about African Wild Dogs as well as what to look out for when photographing them on safari.
Pangolin Photo Host and wildlife photographer Danielle Carstens shares her top tips for photographing giraffes.
Pangolin Photo Host and wildlife photographer, Charl Stols, shares his top tips for photographing leopards.
Learn the simple rules of how to master photographing birds in flight. We'll share which of our Youtube videos to watch and what techniques to practice to get you capturing birds in flight.
Resident photo hosts Janine and Sabine share their wisdom about what to keep in mind when exploring elephant photography.
We sat down with award-winning primate photographer Nelis Wolmarans to talk about his top tips for gorilla photography as well as the upcoming trips he will be hosting for Pangolin.
Learn more about our home and wildlife photography paradise, the Chobe National Park.
Learn more about one of our favourite birds to photograph on the Chobe River. The African Jacana is fascinating and makes for great photo opportunities.
Janine shares her top Lion Photography Tips. The article contains top advice plus a video explaining her methods and techniques.
The Chobe is home to large numbers of African Fish Eagles and they are always a highlight to see and photograph. Here is how!