Born and live in Luxembourg, Pro. Wildlife & Lifestyle photographer.
You can see more from Bradt Travel Guide Article; In photos: a Tanzanian adventure
I always had an affinity for adventurous travel. During his trips, I mostly drawn to people and living heritage, photographing different cultures and religions across the globe, and crossing the greatest wildlife parks for wildlife photography.
Eternally since the first lockdown in March, I had been keen to get back to travelling far from home. So when Tanzania opened its borders to international travellers in the summer, I decided this would make the perfect first trip.
Having booked the flights for the end of October and arranged a local guide under local Safari Company in Tanzania, I still found myself writhing to get into the “travel frame of mind”. Considering the ever-changing situations, I remained cynical, fearing that something – a positive Covid test, a cancelled flight, a new lockdown – would again threats our travel plans.
But nothing happened. After a very positive flight experience with KLM and a warm welcome from our local guide Sebastian from Katikati Tour & Safaris, I had arrived. It was really only when we set foot on the ground in Kilimanjaro that I could believe it. Our adventure was about to start!
Tanzania is a long way from Europe. My goal is to make sure you arrive photographically prepared. I don’t want you to leave anything behind and I can help you dodge unexpected photographic surprises. Trust me and you’ll come back with epic photographs that your friends and family alike will be amazed by. (Well, actually that will happen regardless.)