If you haven’t experienced a wildlife trip to Africa, then Uganda has most things you could wish for. Just be prepared to have your senses overwhelmed.
by Rob Ripma with photography by Brian Zwiebel While visiting Uganda late last year, Murchison Falls was my favorite of the many national parks that we explored. One reason I liked it so much was it's sheer size. Murchison Falls is Uganda's largest national park at 1,503 square miles. In such a large park, you don't feel… Read more »
We had an amazing time and the whole trip went flawlessly. We would recommend Nature’s Wonderland Safaris and Joseph Mwangi without reservation. We ended up with a list of 316 birds and saw an amazing amount of wildlife.
The Caprivi Strip is a narrow finger of land belonging to Namibia but extending 280 miles further east than the rest of the country. The German Chancellor Leo von Caprivi bargained with the British to get this strip of land so they could have access to the mighty Zambezi River and thus a route to the east coast of Africa – the only problem being that Victoria Falls stands in the way. Travel photographer Ted Stedman visited Namibia earlier this year and came back with these winning shots of birds he encountered.
Birding trip report for the Western Cape in South Africa, October 2012 (Birding Ecotours)