DAY 1 - Arrival - Kilimanjaro

Our journey starts at Kilimanjaro Airport. We'll pick you up and continue to the Marera Valley, where we'll go to our lodge to relax, enjoy a tasty dinner, and get a good night's sleep before our adventure begins early tomorrow morning. Marera Valley lodge

DAY 2 - Action begins

After breakfast, we will head to one of the best sightseeing spots in all of Africa: the edge of the Ngorongoro crater, one of the world's largest complete craters. Then, we will continue our journey to Ndutu to start our first safari in the amazing reserve – home not only to the cheetahs, but also lions, giraffes, zebras, hyenas and much more. We'll turn in for the night at the Mbugani Tented Camp.

DAY 3-7 - Ndutu

Every morning, we will head out at sunrise and concentrate our efforts on tracking the cheetah families, mothers hunting every day to the feed their cubs. Thanks to our expert rangers, we will reach the best points for photography, taking into account the lighting, angle, and movement of animals. We will take advantage of the light hours in the reserve until sunset, and then we will return to the Lake Ndutu Tented Lodge for dinner and time together to get feedback on your work, a lecture or a fun conversation, time permitting. This is one of the best benefits of our photo expeditions - to be with people like yourself, guided by a pro, from morning until evening, doing what you love! Mbugani Tented Camp

DAY 8 - Ndutu/Karatu

After an early breakfast, We'll take a sunrise game drive in Ndutu to get a final glimpse of the untamed wild. After a tiring week, we'll continue to the Marera Lodge for a scrumptious final dinner together and a deep sleep before tomorrow's trip home. Marera Valley lodge

DAY 9 - Departure

After breakfast, we'll drive back to Arusha for lunch at Mount Meru Hotel, before continuing to Kilimanjaro airport for your departure.

important information 

Cost includes:

  • Accommodation
  • Highest level of vehicles– only 3 travelers in a vehicle for 8

  • English speaking rangers

  • Photo guidance by the Phototeva team

  • Full board including 3 meals a day

  • All park fees 


Not included:

  • Flights 

  • Visa to Tanzania 

  • Personal expenses

  • Health and baggage insurance 

  • Anything which is not mentioned under “Included” section

COST: 5890$


From registration to 90 days before departure – 80% refund.

From 99 to 60 days before departure – 50% refund.

From 59 days to 40 days to departure  - 20% refund.

From 39 days to departure – no refund. 


(Working days only)


We strongly recommend getting travel insurance that covers unexpected cancellations as well.


You must purchase a comprehensive and extended insurance policy that covers all the activities during the trip you signed up for, including personal insurance, luggage, full medical coverage for adventure travel, including rescue from dangerous and remote places
Important note: Phototeva does not insure or provide insurance coverage for travelers or their equipment. Participants must purchase full insurance for all the usual and adventure activity expected on the trip, including accidents and medical insurance. The participants are responsible for purchasing the required insurance coverage. It is very important to take care of this as soon as possible. 

  • As in any trip, especially to a remote destination whose infrastructure of tourism, transport, rescue, evacuation, and medical services are very poor, problems and injuries may occur. By signing up for this trip, the participant declares that he/she understands and accepts the expected and unexpected dangers that may occur and could cause serious injury and even worse and that his/her physical health and mental strength are sufficient for such a journey. The participants must ensure that they have received all the information they need before embarking on the trip. 

  • You must purchase a comprehensive and extended insurance policy that covers all the activities during the trip (including winter sports and air medical services). This includes personal insurance, baggage insurance, full adventure travel insurance, including medical evacuation from remote and dangerous areas and subsequent treatment in Israel or your home country, as well as trip cancellation insurance.  To be clear, Phototeva does not insure or provide insurance coverage for participants. Participants must purchase full insurance coverage for all the regular and extreme activities expected on the expedition, including accident and medical insurance. Participants are responsible for purchasing the required insurance policy

  • As with any trip, preparations are required, such as vaccinations, visa arrangements, etc. Phototeva cannot provide such information as it varies from person to person.

  • Local authorizes are likely to ask you to show a proof that you have received needed vaccinations.

  • If the participant has a medical problem that may interfere with or prevent him/her from taking part in the various trip activities, he/she must notify the company before registration and tell the guide at the start of the trip. In some cases, you will be required to provide a doctor’s note from the attending physician in order to join the trip. Without this permission, you cannot participate.

  • If a visa is required, it is the responsibility of travelers to make sure it is obtained. Phototeva will not be responsible for the refusal of entry for visitors or even the entire group. The decision is made only by local authorities. 

  • The trip is contingent upon a minimum number of participants. 

  • Phototeva and the trip organizers cannot guarantee that you will sight or photograph any particular animal. Nature is totally wild and there are many variables that can affect this.​

  • Changes and schedule delays may occur due to reasons including, but not limited to: extreme weather, animal location, mechanical faults, local government decision, and more. The final decision on the schedule will be determined by the training team. 

  • In very rare cases, the instructor may be replaced before the start of the trip.

  • In rare cases, Phototeva may cancel the trip at any stage and provide a refund.




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Cheetah Kingdom

One of the most powerful places in the natural world is Ndutu in Tanzania, and we will be there in the strongest season of the year, when the cheetahs have to hunt almost daily to feed their young cubs. Prepare for an action-packed safari experience like never before! 

Tour Highlights
  • Full board and all meals included

  • In-depth safari in the Ndutu Nature Reserve - the habitat of the noble cheetahs.

  • 3 passengers in an 8-seater Toyota land cruiser -very convenient for sighting and taking photos.

  • Full days in the field

  • A route which takes into account the special locations, daylight hours,
    and the animals’ whereabouts.

Why Phototeva?

We have organized extreme expeditions in Ndutu with over a thousand travelers who have already had the experience of a lifetime with us. As wildlife photographers, we try and get as close as safely possible to the wildlife, and teach you all the best tips and tricks on capturing your desired photos.

About the Guide

The pampering conditions, the spacious vehicles, and especially the personal guidance of Roie Galitz, an award-winning wildlife photographer– all make this a once-in-a-lifetime experience. With Roie, you get real-time photography guidance, so you can return home not only with the best photos and experiences, but also with new knowledge.

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Guided by: Roie Galitz

Cost: $5970

About Tanzania

Tanzania, officially the United Republic of Tanzania, is a country in East Africa within the African Great Lakes region. Approximately 38 percent of Tanzania's land area is set aside in protected areas for conservation. Tanzania has 16 national parks, plus a variety of game and forest reserves

Tanzania Facts

  • Size: 947,303 km2

  • National Language: Swahili

  • Human Population: 56,313,438

  • Capital: Dodoma

  • Largest city: Dar es Salaam

  • Temp. during stay: 24°C / 75°F

  • United Republic of Tanzania