Exclusive Photographic Safaris in Uganda
Unleash the travel imagination and explore vast Africa, with Photographic safaris in Uganda – the pearl of Africa and make the statement manifest “For magnificence, for variety of form and color, for the profusion of brilliant life-bird, insect reptile, beast – for vast scale – Uganda is truly the pearl of Africa”, noted down by Winston Churchill, a former British prime minister in 1907. Uganda is thus a wonderful choice for a photographic safari in Africa, which offers a great chance to capture and keep your memories in the African wilderness.
Uganda is notably one of the world’s most bio-diverse countries, habituating 13 types of primates and 330 mammals, with six of which are found nowhere else, the country is home to over 1000 bird species and also encompasses the vast range of landscape that varies from Africa’s highest mountain ranges to the source of the world’s longest river, River Nile, and harbors the largest lake on the continent, Lake Victoria. Travel to the wildlife areas however requires patience and experienced photographers who can get you to the right spots at the right time.
The country’s natural endowments are a great pleasure and a mare photograph here is one of the hilarious things recognized worldwide and appreciated by many, take on the challenge and be one of the few to have this experience. Imagine taking a photo at the world’s longest river, a photo at the largest lake on the continent, and the second-largest freshwater lake in the world.
Best Places to have a photographic safari in Uganda.
Murchison Falls National Park
Take the challenge of a photographic safari to Uganda’s biggest National Park, covering a total land area of 3,840 square kilometers. Murchison Falls National Park was gazetted as a National Park in 1952.
The Park offers great Photographic Safaris Uganda wildlife photography, with the most commonly taken to include the Elephants, giraffes, leopard, African cape buffalo, Nile crocodile, hippo, warthog, lion, different types of antelopes, and Major bird species, including the shoebill stork.
Here there is also a great opportunity to photograph while on game drives, boat safaris, a hike at the top of the falls, and also on a hot air balloon. A visit here will open your imagination to being at the world’s most powerful waterfalls. The world’s longest river at a pointed squeeze through a narrow gorge approximately 8 meters wide and plunges with a thunderous roar into the “Devil’s Cauldron”, which creates a trademark rainbow that is awesome to view.
Kidepo Valley National Park
The park is located in the far North-Eastern part of the country. Kidepo Valley National Park is one of Africa’s most beautiful National Parks and thus a photographic safari here is really rewarding. The sweeping plains of Kidepo and the Narus Valleys that shadow the Morungole are a great picture to capture on your Uganda photographic safari. The park is a top place for wildlife sighting and is famously known to have large herds of buffalo of about 4,000, and the total population approximated at 13,000. Grab the chance to visit the most beautiful park in Africa ranked by CNN.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
The park is the highest tourist destination in the country, a visit here is what any travelers shouldn’t miss. The park was founded in 1952 as Kainga National Park, however after two years; it was named after the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth. A photographic safari here has more success than you can imagine.
The Queen Elizabeth National Park has a diverse ecosystem with a savanna, humid forest, lakes, and fertile wetland that manifests the large numbers of wild animals such as elephants, buffalo, lions, leopards, and all the primate species. The park is also home to large numbers of birdlife with over 600 bird species live here. A photographic safari is much more awful and spiced meeting the locals where you will enjoy stories, the local dance, and music.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park
A World UNESCO Heritage Site in southern Uganda. The park is home to the most endangered Mountain Gorillas, and a visit here offers a great opportunity to take photographs of gorillas, waterfalls, and birds.
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
Mgahinga is the smallest National Park in Uganda with a total area of about 3.7 square kilometers. The park has a high altitude ranging between 2,227 and 4,127 meters high, which is compassed of the dense forest that inhabits the endangered mountain gorilla species and many more forms of wildlife.
Mgahinga National Park also holds a huge cultural significance to the locals; the Batwa pygmies, where the hunter tribes usually gather in the forest, despite their knowledge and secret have never been rivaled. A photographic safari here is remarkably wonderful with a great chance to photograph the extinct volcanoes in the region