A unique opportunity to participate in a fantastic workshop: from the top of the waterfalls on the River Nile, to the photographing chimpanzees and gorillas in their natural habitat.
Elephants and hippos taking “the bath”, gazelles, warthogs, giraffes, lions on trees, leopards and many other animals, without ever losing the sight of landscapes, sunsets and the colors that only Africa can offer. A workshop for nature photographers lovers and for real fans of the nature: NOT TO BE MISSED!
The workshop will extend for over 1500 miles, passing by the Murchison Falls National Park, to the Kibale National Park; from Lake Bunyony (Little African-Switzerland) to Lake Mburo. We will cross by Queen Elizabeth National Park through Ishasha, a town known for the lions “sleeping” on the trees.
Murchison Falls National Park is the largest national park in Uganda. The park includes several equatorial habitat and tropical regions, at altitudes between 1500 and 4500 feet above sea level. In addition to the lake and river environments, are included in the park savannah areas and rainforests. Kibali Forest National Park is a Uganda western national park and it consists of approximately 200 acres which include different habitats: rainforest, grassland and swamp. The park is best known because there is variety and the highest concentration of primates in East Africa with 13 species represented, but also for the great multitude of butterflies.
Uganda Itinerary in Italian: PROGRAMMA
Uganda Itinerary in English: coming soon!