Landscape photography workshops in South Africa are well worth the trek. With 1,219,090 square kilometres, there are ample sights to see in this epic country.

South Africa’s climate is predominantly semi-arid, with subtropical regions along the eastern coast. This means that it has sunny days and cool nights, perfect for spending loads of time outdoors capturing stunning landscapes.

Landscape photography workshops and tours to South Africa will not disappoint. The country has a unique terrain that will please even the pickiest of photographers.

De Hoop Nature Reserve is not a location to miss out on, either. This nature reserve boasts a multitude of different activities. From whale-watching to birding, De Hoop Nature Reserve needs to be at the top of everyone’s list. Around 120 Southern right whales come back to this area to mate and give birth every year.

The Hole in the Wall is a magnificent archway and has plenty of landscape photography potential. Pack a nice lunch and sit at this picturesque scene to watch waves crash into the towering cliff sides.

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