Oryx Photo Tours

Oryx Photo Tours

ORYX Photo Tours was born out of our desire to offer the world’s best photographic tours in response to a rapidly growing passion for photo safaris amongst naturalists worldwide. Oryx have teamed up with the best professional photographers and photo safari leaders in the industry to create one of the world’s finest photo tour companies, geared to both amateur and professional photographers alike. They are proud to be market leaders in our industry, and strive to continuously offer you tours and experiences that exceed your expectations. Their team is amongst the most accomplished wildlife and photographic professionals available, with many years of field guide experience that is complimented by a wide range of fauna, botanical and cultural expertise. Whilst their Photo Safari Leaders have impeccable photographic skills, they are also personable, professional, friendly, attentive and dedicated to delivering a rewarding and successful photo safari, ensuring you emerge with an incredible portfolio of images from every tour!

Since the Coronavirus pandemic, the team is adapting and working to still deliver these tours in the near future. Although there have been a lot of changes recently, one thing that remains unchanged is their desire to deliver a world-class photographic and holiday experience to guests.

They look forward to welcoming you on an ORYX photo tour! #ORYXliveyourdreams.

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Ambassador Q&A

Marius Coetzee

Marius Coetzee, CEO, Award winning wildlife and culture photographer and expedition leader

What’s the most breath taking moment you’ve had as a wildlife photographer?

Photographing 250 ,000 pairs of King Penguins in South Georgia’s Salisbury Plain. The sounds, and site was breath-taking as the wildlife was completely oblivious of ‘man’s’ presence.

What’s your favourite piece of Craghoppers gear and why?

The incredible AquaDry Jacket I received for Antarctica. It’s very, very warm, waterproof and breathable, which is perfect for long sessions shooting in bitterly cold conditions.

How did you get into photography?

I was a safari guide for more than 10 years at some of the most prestigious private game reserves in South Africa. Photography just came naturally to me, as I want to capture and share the incredible experiences I witness everyday with friends and family.