Africa Middle East Photography camp opens in Botswana By Dorine Reinstein / September 29, 2017 Share 1 A rendering of the public spaces at the Pangolin Khwai Camp in Botswana. -- Pangolin Photo Safaris has teamed up with Natural Selection to open the Pangolin Khwai Camp in the Khwai Private Reserve, a 500,000-acre private concession bordering the Khwai River on Botswana's Okavango Delta.The camp will have a maximum of 12 guests at any one time and will make use of three game-viewer vehicles. Each of the vehicles will be adapted for photographers with bean bag mounts. Limiting each vehicle to a maximum of four clients enables more freedom of movement of the photographer at a sighting. The camp will be hosted by a resident photography guide, with cameras available to clients traveling without their own photographic gear."As a company, Pangolin has always had the needs of photography clients at its foremost thoughts, and the potential of this camp to become a world class photo safari destination is immense" said Toby Jermyn, co-owner of Pangolin Photo Safaris.The Pangolin Khwai Camp will host clients beginning in March and will offer high season all-inclusive rates at around $750 per person.For more information visit http://www.pangolinphoto.com/safaris/pangolin-khwai-camp.