Our collection of wildlife photography safaris in Uganda have been developed to offer once in a lifetime wildlife experiences, awesome photography opportunities and award-winning support from our team.
Known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’, Uganda is one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world. The mountain landscapes are a haven for a wonderful variety of birds and mammals. Down on the open plains Lion and Leopard predate the meadows, while down in Uganda’s wealth of water Shoebill and Eagles make for stunning views.
Uganda has 10 National Parks, offering rewarding game drives including the rare tree-climbing lions of Ishasha, huge herds of elephants and endangered rothschild’s giraffes. One of the safest destinations in Africa with fewer visitors than most means Uganda gives you exclusive sightings.
The world’s premier destination for primates, Uganda has largest mountain gorilla population on earth, over 5,000 chimpanzees, rare colobus monkey and Bush babies among 100’s of other species of primate all can be found in this amazing region.
A wildlife photography safaris in Uganda offers any photographer something unique and very special. For most people a once in a lifetime holiday. From the critically endangered mountain gorillas, to the documentary images of conservation, our photographic holidays will take you on a journey of a life time.
All of our photography safaris for wildlife have been designed alongside our responsible travel policy and 2020 vision . “To see our overseas workshops, by the end 2019, to physically and directly contribute to wildlife conservation and support local communities”.
The majority of our wildlife photography tours in Uganda are designed for you to join one of our set date trips, allowing you to join a small group of like-minded enthusiasts and our expert wildlife photographic guide. We are able to offer South Africa as a tailor made holiday. If you’d like us to design a bespoke photography tour please contact us.
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