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BEST BIG CAT

PHOTO SAFARIS

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WELCOME TO RHULANI SAFARIS

  BEST AFRICAN BIG CAT PHOTO SAFARIS

Rhulani Safaris offers guests some of Africa’s best big cat photo safari experiences in South Africa, Botswana and soon Zimbabwe, Zambia and Kenya! Our safaris are specifically planned and designed to give guests the best possible opportunity to see and photograph the iconic African wildlife.

Rhulani was established in 2017 by Professional Nature Guide, Author and Wildlife Photographer, Armand Grobler. With over 10 years’ experience in the field of nature and photography, Armand ensures guests get the very best experience possible.  We strive to give enthusiastic guests the opportunity of a lifetime with our African photographic safaris, and on our trips you’ll have a truly authentic African Big Cat Photo Safari experience.

We have a diverse range of tours, but we specialise in photographic safaris, workshops and private tours in the Southern Africa region (Kruger, Kalahari and Okavango Delta).

Since being established in 2017, Rhulani Safaris have made countless dreams come true with guests from all across the globe. We’ve been lucky enough to travel with both first-timers and experienced travellers.

Want something a little more personal? Why not contact us regarding our Tailor-made Safaris. We’ll design these according to your requirements to offer you the best experience possible.

Join us on an unforgettable Best Big Cat Photo Safari for the Ultimate Africa Safari Experience!

Best Big Cat Photo Safari

At Rhulani Safaris we are passionate about wildlife photography and authentic safaris. Our safaris offer guests the best quality experience at a low and efficient cost that won’t break your budget.

Rhulani Safaris is a South African-based company that operates Photographic, Private and Small Group tours in Southern Africa (Sabi Sand Game Reserve, Manyeleti Game Reserve, Kruger Park, Okavango Delta and Kalahari).

Check out our Rhulani Safari Photo Safari Trip Advisor page to see why you should book with Armand Grobler and Rhulani Safaris!

PHOTOGRAPHIC SAFARIS AND WORKSHOPS

WITH PHOTOGRAPHER, ARMAND GROBLER

ABOUT ARMAND GROBLER

Armand Grobler is an internationally accredited, South African wildlife photographer. He was first recognised for his ‘Elephant Itch’, images, which made news headlines across the globe.

Today, Armand is an acclaimed photographer, having successfully published a top-selling coffee table book titled PHOTO SAFARI KRUGER. The book was created in collaboration with South Africa’s premier publishers, HPH Publishing (of which Armand is their youngest ever author).

The book showcases the unique beauty of the Greater Kruger region through the lens of a ‘photo safari’ experience. It seamlessly combines inspiring images with creative text to captivate viewers on every page.

The book has almost sold out in nearly 12 months, with the last remaining copies available in exclusive stores and art galleries around South Africa. Additionally, it has caught the attention of media powerhouses, SABC News, The Citizen Newspaper, Getaway Magazine, #I’mStaying campaign and recently Mojo Radio Station in Texas, USA.

You can purchase a personally signed copy of his book and Armand’s safari pictures under the Safari Explorer Store on this website.

You can read about previous experiences from guests who have joined us on our Safaris on our Trip Advisor page. Here you’ll find reviews from many travellers, both inexperienced and experienced, about their African photography experience with Armand.

Contact Armand personally and join him on one of his crazy BIG CAT adventures.

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