Zimbabwe's painted dogs are the focus of this exciting trip, where you can learn about one of Africa's most endangered predators in one of their last remaining strongholds: Mana Pools National Park. In addition to getting an insight into the remarkable social structure of the dogs, you'll also have the chance to spot a host of other wildlife, from lions, leopards and crocodiles to elephants, zebra and buffalo. The award-winning wildlife photographer Nick Dyer, who has worked extensively with painted dogs, will be your guide.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Utilise the expertise of wildlife photographer Nick Dyer, who will teach you all about photography, painted dogs and the African experience in general.
- Search for the painted dogs of Mana Pools on game drives in your own private safari vehicle.
- Venture into the bush alongside a qualified walking safari guide, giving you the chance to approach the dogs on foot.
- Contribute to the Painted Wolf Foundation, an organisation co-founded by Nick, as part of your safari fee.
- Spot a huge variety of other wildlife in this rich and verdant ecosystem.
- Stay in three well-appointed and excellently located camps in the Mana Pools wilderness: Zambezi Expeditions Camp, Kanga Camp and Nyamatusi Camp.
A unique safari experience tailored to the painted dog aficionado.