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Aunue Photo Safari
If you want to hone your skills in photography safari, you’ve found the right company. We offer remarkable photo safari tours to Argentina and Tanzania.

Photo Safari in Argentina
Wildlife photography fans travel to Argentina hoping to see some of its most significant and admirable animals, whether it is land or marine mammals.

Photo safari takes time to master but the effort is worth it. Let us, at Wildlife Argentina Photo Safari help you!

Patagonian Puma

The Patagonian puma is an exclusive feline. The population is now beginning to regenerate because of different protective measures. It is one of the most popular animals in Patagonia, and wildlife spotters travel far to search this big and magnificent feline.


Patagonia is known for a huge population of guanacos. They are fast and smart camelids related to the llama. Guanacos are one of the largest mammals in South America. They wander in herds consisting of one young dominant male with his females. Single camelids form their own large separate herds.

Hairy Armadillo

The Patagonian hairy armadillo is one of the largest armadillos in South America. The hairy armadillo is a fabulous digger and thanks to its four limbs, it coordinates burrowing into the soil. It eats insects, worms, and plant roots, and is mostly nocturnal. Patagonia is also home to the dwarf armadillo, or pichi, a small armadillo that hibernates in the winter.


The elephants move through the Serengeti region in big herds during the migration season. Tarangire National Park is the best national park to see the elephants. It has the biggest population of elephants in Tanzania.


It is the leopard’s cunning and patience that differs from the other big cats of Africa. The Serengeti is the best place to see them.

Banded Mongoose

Banded Mongoose are small carnivores, which live in groups of about 20 animals and sleep together in underground lairs at night. All the pack members take care of each other, the mothers suckle each other’s offspring, and each young pup has an adult that catches prey for it.

African Hoopoe

These gorgeous birds can be spotted in the Ngorongoro Crater quite frequently. The hoopoe has a very charming appearance that makes them stand out among other birds. If alerted, it raises its distinguish crown, making it even to look more special.

Some Tips on
Animal Photography

01. Choose A Good Camera

There are many types of cameras but only some of them are unique enough for a photo safari. The best choices you have are SLRs and mirrorless cameras. The mid- and pro-level models are typically protected for any weather conditions, and they can be set manually and can use different lenses.

02. Use The Right Lens

For a starter lens, get a telephoto zoom to allow more shooting flexibility. If you look properly you will find some that feature optical stabilization. If you want to get a telephoto with a fixed focal length (no zooming), look for one that's at least 100mm. Old film cameras are the best option because they not only use quality glass but are also affordable and longevous.

03. Lots of Practice

If you’ve ever tried following animals around you, whether it's a bird or a stray cat, you know they’re very deft and usually run away before you get closer. Many other animals do the same. Before you set off in the woods with your camera, practice snapping little creatures in your neighborhood, so you'll know what to do once you meet more elusive animals in the future.

Jasper Duncan
Photo Safari Expert
Aunue Photo Safari