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"Experience natures beauty through your lens"

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Wayne was born in a remote one-man station situated in the Western part of Namibia's famous Etosha National Park. His father was the warden of the park. This is where he learned and grew to love nature and all its raw beauty.

Over the years having the privilege to live and grow up in the wild it has given him the opportunity to hone his photography skills and love for nature and wildlife. Wayne came to understand animal behaviour and will be able to push boundaries when it comes to getting you that perfect shot.

He started his photography at a young age using his fathers old Minolta film camera and lenses. He soon realised his true passion was wildlife photography. After a few years working as a professional guide, he was able to save up enough to get his own equipment and changed from film to digital. It was a dream come true.

At the moment he still lives in a remote wildlife area, Sandveld Game Ranch. Situated in the North East of Namibia. His main goal is to show natures raw beauty through his lens and have people experience natures emotions through his photos.



Featured Safaris

Below are the photographic destinations we have to offer. Choose one or multiple of the following and we will design a tailored photographic safari to your satisfaction and needs.


Swakopmund  (Skeleton Coast)

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Etosha National Park

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Caprivi (Zambezi Region)



Accommodation during your photographic safari will all depend on the destinations you have chosen. From five star Hotels and Lodges in Swakopmund, Bush camps in Kamanjab, Luxury Chalets in Brandberg, Bush Chalets in Etosha and outdoor camping in Bushmanland and the Caprivi. Read more about each destination and what the magnificent opportunities it has to offer by clicking the Learn More button under each destination, The options are endless and we will make sure that your needs are being reached. Some of the lodges etc will be subject to availability. Sharing a bush chalet or a campsite will be an option, but we will work hard on getting you the best deal possible.


Mostly, Namibia has a subtropical desert climate characterized by great differences in day and nighttime temperatures, low rainfall and overall low humidity. Namibia experiences winter and summer at opposite times as Europe and North America and they correspond to the Dry and Wet seasons. If seeing wildlife is your main objective, the best time to visit all parks, especially Etosha, is in the Dry season from May to October. Namibia is a scenic country and can be visited throughout the year. The colours will be most vibrant during and after the Wet season. October to February can be unpleasantly hot.


As we can only accommodate a maximum of 4 clients at a time, we focus more on quality than quantity. We want to give you the ultimate photographic experience and one on one with our experienced photographer and guide. An extra vehicle is available on request if you have a minimum of 6 guests or a maximum of 8 guests. Transport will be included in your tailored quote.


  • DSLR camera

  • A good zoom lens or fixed lens for wildlife and birds

  • Good wide-angle lens for landscape photography

  • Spare batteries

  • Extra memory cards or portable storage devices to store your images

  • Camera cleaning kit as you will be going to some remote and dusty areas.

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Images by Wayne Cilliers. Photos are*subject to copyright
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