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Snap Uganda Tours is a Ugandan based innovative company specialising in Wildlife, Nature, Cultural Photographic Safaris, Photography, Filming, Stock images and Wall Decor. At Snap Uganda, we equip our clients with basic photography skills through workshops to enable them capture
We specialize in: Product, Interior, Nature, Wildlife, Travel, Macro, Still, Photojournalism, Culture, Development work, Photo Essays, Photographic trainings and also execute special assignments from all over the world.
At Snap Uganda, we equip our clients with basic photography skills to enable them capture the raw beauty of the Pearl of Africa. Our commitment to share our photography skills through workshops and hands -on training while on trips. This ensures that regardless of your photography skills level, you will always get the best memorable images to share with your loved ones. We also do private photography training for individuals or groups.
Wall Decor is a great idea that that can help create a homely ambiance and the illusion of space within a place in a home, hotel lobby or an office. Impact your visitors by displaying our custom photographs featuring the beauty of Uganda. Your visitors should learn more about the country from the pictures displayed because Uganda is a country gifted by nature with friendly people and diverse cultures. At Snap Uganda, we help you design, print and install the relevant Wall Decor.
We make films and develop scripts from ideas. We have vast experience in taking clients’ through all phases of a Project Life Cycle. We work on all types of documentaries based on research. Our documentaries present facts objectively.
With thousands of high quality pictures about Uganda, we make it easy for pictures buyers, tour operators, publishers and advertising agencies to pick what they want from our collection thus saving them money and time.
Uganda, also known as “The Perl of Africa” is a country gifted by nature with friendly people and diverse cultures. Uganda measures 241,559 sq with about 34% of the country covered in wetlands with a dense network of rivers, lakes and swamps. Uganda is a landlocked country bordered by Kenya in the east, Sudan in the north, Democratic Republic of the Congo in the west, Rwanda in the southwest and Tanzania in the south.
The natural wonders of Uganda include snow-capped mountain peaks that include Africa’s biggest and tallest mountain range – The Rwenzori Mountains. Uganda has varied landscapes that include: plains teeming with wild life, and tropical forests spiced by the biggest concentration of water bodies not found anywhere else on the African continent.
The country is the source of the Nile, the longest river in the world which was the mother of human civilization in ancient Egypt. The southern part of the country includes a substantial portion of Lake Victoria, which it shares with Kenya and Tanzania. . Generally, the country is endowed with fertile soils. Uganda has some of the largest lakes on the continent including Lake Albert and Lake Victoria. The average temperature is about 26 degrees C, with a maximum of 18-31 degrees and minimum of 15-23 degrees depending on the part of the country.
The rain season is March-May. Light rain season is November and December. Wet seasons are March –May and October-November; dry seasons are December to February and June to August. Rainfall ranges between 500mm to 2500 mm and the relative humidity is 70 – 100%.
The varied habitats have enabled the country to host 1060 recorded bird species representing 50% of the birds in Africa and 11 % of the birds’ global population in addition to 364 species of mammals Uganda is also home to half of the global population of the endangered Mountain Gorillas. Most of the country’s wild life and natural endowments are found in its 10 National Parks, Wildlife Reserves and Sanctuaries.
FACTS ABOUT UGANDA
Population: 35.6 million
Area: 241,038 sq km (93,072 sq miles)
Languages: English (official),
Ethnic groups: Baganda, Banyankole, Bahima, Bakiga, Banyarwanda, Bunyoro, Batoro, Langi, Acholi, Lugbara, Karamojong, Basoga, Bagisu, and others.
Major religions: Christianity, Islam
Life expectancy: 54 years (men), 55 years (women)
Currency: Ugandan shilling
The Government type: Republic.
Constitution: Ratified in July 12, 1995 and promulgated October 8, 1995.
Branches: Executive–president, vice president, prime minister, cabinet. Legislative–parliament. Judicial–Magistrates’ Courts, High Court, Court of Appeals (Constitutional Court), Supreme Court.
National holiday: Independence Day, October 9.
Investment And Trade
Uganda Investment Authority:
The Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) is a semi-autonomous government agency operating in partnership with the private sector and Government of Uganda to drive national economic growth and development.
Chamber Of Commerce
The Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI) draws its membership from the entire private sector, particularly the sectors of ; tourism, agriculture, manufacturing, hospitality, construction, import- export, transport, financial services, Small and Medium Enterprises etc.
Uganda is a member of the UN, the Commonwealth of States, member of AU, the Organization of the Islamic Conference, the World Trade Organistion (WTO), COMESA, East African Community (EAC)
Uganda Tourism Board serves the country in ensuring the success and growth of tourism in Uganda in conjunction with the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities.
Privacy and Time:
If you there is anything of interest that you would like to photograph whether insect, scenery or a lion stalking a Uganda kob you need to sit or wait. No problem. Anticipation and patience result in great images. This is the difference between our Photographic Safaris and other normal safaris. It is not about how many different animals you have seen but how many great natural moments you have captured.
Private Boat Rides:
We arrange private motorized boats, or canoes depending on the need so that you get the same privacy and time needed to get your shots. Private Nature Walks: Nature walks are private and lead by local guides who know the area except in cases like Chimp and Gorilla tracking that is done in small groups. The guide who knows the area, the wildlife is helpful as he can point out things you might otherwise miss
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Explore Uganda's epic landscapes, wildlife and dynamic cultures. Grow your birding checklist as your camera clicks and you enjoy your ultimate photographic Uganda Safari in The Pearl of Africa.
Without women and sex there has been no population growth on Musambwa Island since the
We were on a game drive in Ishasha, the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National
The Rwenzori Mountains were known to Europeans long before Jesus was born. Between 386 -354
Nature and travel photographer Matthias Mugisha failed to scale Margherita Peak on his last climb