Our team building wildlife photography experiences are available as pre-designed safaris on flexible dates and as tailored itineraries. The team building experiences take place at top-rated safari destinations with outstanding Big Five sightings and are accompanied by expert safari guides and presented by Ute Sonnenberg, specialised in wildlife photography and presenter of photography workshops for Hapag Lloyd cruises. Wildlife photography tuition is provided throughout the safari. The team building experiences are suitable for all levels in photography, from beginner to advanced.

Value added team building experiences – available at request:
Outside-in perspectives for each team member and for the team as a whole are achieved during these team building wildlife photography experiences. The viewfinder of the camera simulates the outside-in perspective of an external mentor, yet the mentor are the team members themselves, but with a different perspective looking at their own team. This speeds up the learning process like a Silicon Valley incubator. Insular thinking and mindsets are busted; potentials are unearthed and tapped into and focus and goals are realigned. Once learned how to utilise photography for the team, it is a reliable, powerful and efficient tool, applicable in various work situations to continue the team building process also after the session is finished. The role of the team building presenter is to guide the team members throughout the learning process and to enable them to maintain their achievements for long lasting benefits.

All team building experiences are presented in English, Dutch and German. Please contact us for more information and questions.

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