African wildlife photography safari takes you to the Queen Elizabeth National Park where you can spot various wildlife species like the lions, elephants, buffaloes, bush and water buck, leopards, Uganda Kobs, warthogs, bush pigs among others. Activities to encounter include the game drives, boat ride and much more time available! Nature Adventure Uganda offering the car rental in Uganda has the treasure to offer you such wonderful safaris.
On day one, after breakfast from your hotel, meet our guide and after transfer to western Uganda via Masaka – Mbarara highway with en-route stop at the Uganda equator for amazing photographs and snacks, thereafter transfer to Mbarara town at Agip motel/Regency Hotel for lunch. Then after proceed to the park and as you enter take en-route game drive spotting some of the wildlife like the buffaloes, elephants, Uganda Kobs, warthogs, water and bush bucks among others. The availability of a variety gives the opportunity to take direct shots when you are in the 4×4 nine seater land cruiser. Dinner and overnight at a lodge of your choice ranging from luxury, mid- range and budget.
On day two, have breakfast or an early morning cup of coffee, after proceed to the Kasenyi mating group looking for several wildlife species like the lions, leopards, buffaloes, elephants, water and bush bucks, warthogs, bush pigs, Uganda Kobs and other types of antelopes. This experience takes 3-4 hours, after return to the lodge for the refreshment and lunch. Thereafter in the afternoon continue to the Mweya peninsula at the information centre checking for your scheduled boat cruise along the Kazinga channel which connects the Ramsar Lake George to Lake Edward and while on cruise expect the clear view and panoramic photographs of wildlife and birds along the shores of the channel. Thereafter return to the lodge for dinner and overnight, meal plan: F/B
On day three, enjoy breakfast and go for a whole day bird watching drive to the Ishasha and Kyambura Gorge where you have high chances of seeing the Harlequin and Blue Quails, Small (Common) Buttonquail, African Crake, White winged Warbler, Martial Eagle, African Skimmer, Verreaux’s Eagle-Owl, Papyrus Gonolek, Amur Falcon, Ovampo Sparrow hawk, Lowland Akalat, Greater and Lesser Flamingo, Black Bee-eater, Caruthers’s Cisticola, Terek Sandpiper, Secretary Bird, and Temminck’s Courser as well as Proceeding to the Kyambura gorge for the chimpanzee walk in the gorge, but before you enter into the gorge take panoramic view of the gorge over the raised platform and amazing photographs can be shot.