Where Fun, F(ph)otography & F(ph)ilanthropy Meet!

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As a professional photographer, I am passionate about travel, experiencing different cultures and getting to know and improve the lives of the people I meet along the way!

Philanthropy is a huge part of our tours as we together, will endeavor to change the lives of girls in third world countries by teaching them photography, starting with Uganda, my homeland.

On most travel and/or photo-tour’s, you will be taken to see the sights, maybe improve your photography and then come home and resume your life.

On our tours, not only will you be enriched with in-the-field photo-training, but you will come back with amazing photographs, stories to tell and the knowledge you helped to change a girls’ life forever!


Trip Highlights

This amazing tour to Uganda is designed for amateur-intermediate photographers and is perfect for singles or couples!

Join us in Uganda for a photo-tour you will never forget. As a group, we will travel from Toronto to Uganda; where you will experience thrilling adventures, such as Gorilla & Chimpanzee Trekking in the wild at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Kibale National Forest; Safari’s in Murchison Falls & Queen Elizabeth Park; Hiking in Rwenzori Mountains, Bird Watching from the river boat along the Kazinga Channel; Opportunities to improve your photography skills with notable photog, Martin Ingles and much much more! It's difficult to sum up the beauty and awe you will encounter traveling with us to Uganda.


Here’s what you can look forward to on this photo tour:

  • 14 Day Tour; 2 days for travel and 12 days on the ground;

  • 12 Guests, 2 Pro Photographers, 1 Local Guide, 2 Driver’s;

  • Head out on walks, safaris and other activities designed to maximize your photographic opportunities;

  • Trek gorillas in the breathtaking Bwindi Impenetrable Forest;

  • See Interesting Animals, such as Lion, Leopard and Elephants on a Safari at Murchison Falls and Queen Elizabeth National Park; the two biggest Safari Park’s in Uganda;

  • Join Martin and Amina as they train 15 local girls in the art of photography (read more about this experience here)

  • Spend time with the locals in their village; enjoy a rare chance to take pictures and portraits while observing their culture and way of life;

  • Cross the famous Equator line;

  • Try the local food – it’s very diverse and tasty;

  • Learn the best way to work with light and movement as you frame and photograph stunning herds of gorillas, lions, elephants, beautiful trees, and a colorful range of birds;

  • Explore the river Nile – the glorious river that flows through eleven countries in Africa;

  • Relax by the very picturesque Lake Victoria;

  • Take a boat tour down the Kazinga channel and fill your lens with scenes of Hippos, Elephants, Nile Crocodiles and local culture;

  • See the Male and Female Hot Springs at the Semuliki Hot Springs, while you try to spot the elusive monkey’s howling in the canopy above;

  • Trek the Chimpanzee’s in Kibale Forest – hear them howl and screech as you run in groups, being led to where they live;

  • Take rest amongst the picturesque Rwenzori Mountains and immerse in the local culture.

And much much more!

All locations and excursions will give you excellent opportunities to improve your photographic skills, get hands-on training on the spot and be around other participants with the same passion for photography, adventure and travel.

Imagine It!

Only 12 spots on this incredible life-changing trip!


Book Your Photography Tour Today!

June 2-16, 2019

$8,507

CAD

  • Includes cost of Gorilla Trekking. If you are not able to do the Gorilla Trek, please let us know at the time of booking and we will deduct the cost from the price.

  • All flights booked by Cara Weese of Vision Travel Solutions (TICO agent)

For more info call 416 697-5443 or email bookings@triplefphototours.ca

Don’t want to wait until June 2019? 

We can plan your trip for you!  Send us an email today and we can set you up for a full itinerary with our partners both here in Canada and Uganda.

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