Oct 06 2012

Announcing Dave Burns Photo Tours

Published by at 8:44 pm under Uncategorized

Hello to all of our readers and subscribers! I just realized I never posted the big news on this blog. If you are a subscriber here, be sure to go to http://www.daveburnsphoto.com for news about my new photo tour business including my upcoming photo safari to Tanzania in March 2013. Here is an announcement I emailed recently:

Hello, everyone!

I’m excited to announce the launch of my newest adventure: Dave Burns Photo Tours. This is an opportunity to share my love of adventure travel with other photographers, from aspiring to pro. My safari tours are different from most safaris out there because they are designed especially for photography. I’ve put a lot of thought and planning into it and my trips have unique features that cater to people who want a better experience. For example, a professional photographer guide, extra room in the vehicles with unobstructed views, access to power throughout the trip, etc. If you want more details on the differences, see my web-site below.

My first tour is in March 2013 to Tanzania where we’ll photograph wildlife in the Serengeti and other parks. I’m also leaving for Africa in a few weeks to scout a safari trip I’ll lead in fall of 2013. Please check out my web site for more info: http://www.daveburnsphoto.com/.

I can also run a private tour for a group to customize the experience. My standard itinerary is an outstanding value but if you want things like ultra-luxury private camps and flying from park to park instead of driving, I can work with you to design your dream safari.

My primary way of getting the news out is word-of-mouth so please forward this note along to anyone and everyone you think might be interested.

Safari njema (Safe travels),
Dave Burns

Dave Burns Photo Tours

www.daveburnsphoto.com  |  info@daveburnsphoto.com | 877-768-0055


Like the note says, please do pass this news along if you know someone who might be interested. Thank you!

— Dave



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