Experience photographing birds, big cats,
and other animals in Uganda and Rwanda

Photographing birds, big cats, and other animals, Akagera park, Queen Elizabeth park and Bwindi (mountain gorillas), lake Bunyonyi ...


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Date: TBA
We will photograph: Tree-climbing lions, birds, big cats, and other animals
The trip is led by: Gorazd Golob
Price: TBA
Max. number of attendees: 6
Demanded knowledge of photography: Suitable for beginners and experienced photographers
Is the trip physically demanding: No

Tree-climbing lions

Tree-climbing lions dwell in the north of Uganda. They prey on their victims from the treetops. They can climb up to 6 meters high.

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Plan of the trip

We will leave in September of 2018, flying to Kigali, where we will be met by the local guide, who will drive us to the hotel. We will stay there until late morning.

The first day we will explore Kigali and the area. We will stay there another night and depart for the Akagera Park in the early morning hours. There we will encounter beautiful nature, woods, savannah, and wild animals. We are to spend one night in the park and then leave for Ntungamo. We will visit the Queen Elizabeth Park near there. It has a unique landscape with the Kazinga Channel (connecting two lakes). We will observe many wild animals on the banks of the channel.

After three night we will depart to the location with the tree-climbing lions. They prey for their victims from the treetops, where they spend most of the day. They also have many other animals on that location.

After three days we will go to The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, where you will be able to pick between observing gorillas, waterfalls, the Pygmy people, or searching for other animals in the nearby forests. Then we will go back to the Kigali airport and return to the homeland.