Your Safari, Your Schedule

There is no schedule, other than the one that you choose. You make up your own safari. Just tell us what you would like to see and photograph and we will get you there. The vehicle stops, goes, wherever you choose. There is no moving from one group of animals to another unless you decide to do so.

At Your Disposal

Your Vehicle: Choice of 4 wheel drive Toyota Land-Cruiser converted to Safari use or Safari Van – large non-tinted side windows that open nicely. You will have the comfort and space to bring all the equipment you need, traveling right next to you without the worry of it getting in the way of others You can easily use a bean bag or window mount to rest your camera on for steady and clear shots of the scene.

Your Experienced Guide

Our guides understand the needs of a photographer and has only one agenda and that is to make sure that you get the best photo opportunities during your time. Sensitive to your needs he will move the vehicle as per your instructions to allow for the best possible pictures. Many of our staff are keen photographers so this is something we are very passionate about.

Private Boat Rides

In cases such as the Murchison Falls area, Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth Park. Lake Mburo, Lake Bunyonyi, Lake Victoria and one of the many other bodies of water in Uganda we can arrange private motorized boats or canoes to give you the same privacy that you would have in a vehicle.

Private Nature Walks

We will arrange private walks in most instances. In the case of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest for Mountain the maximum group size is eight. In most other instances it will be a private walk with a Ugandan guide who knows the area, the wildlife intimately and can point out things you might otherwise miss.


There is no need to move around the next bend and there is not just the emphasis on the what is considered the “Big Five” of Africa, but whatever animal or scene you want to photograph. If you need to sit for an hour there is no problem . Patience is one of the keys to get the best photos of any animal you have spotted. We know that unlike a normal safari it is not about how many animals one spots on a game drive but to capture that one special moment, no matter how long it takes.

How To Arrange

• Dates: Let us know as to how many days you have and when.
• Number of People involved: The size of your party determines the type of vehicle we will be using.
• The Wildlife – Primates – Scenery -Birds: You would like to photograph. That determines the places we would take you too. If you have any specific places in mind, let us know.
• Accommodations: In most instances you have the choice of Budget – mid-range or moderate and luxury Lodging