Join the Big Cat People on an eight-day trek in the Okavango Delta

Award-winning photographers Jonathan and Angela Scott lead the way

Duma Tau Camp, one of the stops on Cazenove+Loyd’s eight-day journey through Botswana’s Okavango Delta and Linyanti Wildlife Reserve
Duma Tau Camp, one of the stops on Cazenove+Loyd’s eight-day journey through Botswana’s Okavango Delta and Linyanti Wildlife Reserve | Image: Duma Tau Camp

“The Big Cat People”, Jonathan and Angela Scott, the photographer-conservationists who have lived in Africa since the 1970s, earned their moniker through decades of dedication to preserving wildlife. In June, they will lead a lucky group on an eight-day journey through Botswana’s Okavango Delta and Linyanti Wildlife Reserve. By day, the Scotts will impart instruction on optimal photo composition; in the evenings, they’ll lecture fireside on local conservation efforts – occasionally joined by leaders in community empowerment. An added feel-good factor comes from knowing a portion of profits will go to Tusk (www.tusk.org), which supports such projects in 18 African countries.

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