Group Size Matters

July 19, 2013 Roho Ya Chui
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There are plenty of photographic safaris, wildlife photography courses and team building photographic safaris available and it can be difficult to make the right choice. Always go for quality and one of the main criteria is the group size.


Make sure there are not more than 6 people on the game drive vehicle. Otherwise you might end up on a middle seat like on the plane, a seat nobody wants to sit on and definitely not on safari.


If you attend a wildlife photography course and you want to make sure you learn what you need and want to learn, not more than 6 people should be in the group, rather less. If you are part of a bigger group, split the group into smaller groups with each small group having their own instructor.


With team buildings it depends what their purpose is, what the team wants to experience and also here, the experience can be customized for the best results.


Keep it in mind when you plan courses or similar activities. It makes a huge difference.


Happy learning!



Ute Sonnenberg for www.rohoyachui.com




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